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Learning About World Music with Little Passports


This is our third Little Passports package, Max in particular has been absolutely loving Little Passports and looks forward to the postman delivering the package each month.

Each month is a different theme, last months was world landmarks and this months is world music. Max loves music so I knew this one would be a big hit with him.

Here is what we received in this months package:

  • Passport to world music activity book
  • Letter from Max, Mia and Toby
  • Stickers
  • Luggage tag
  • World music sing-along CD
  • Flashlight adventures
  • World music fact cards
  • Postcard


We loved the world sing-along CD and as Max has a CD player in his bedroom the first thing he did was to go straight up and have a listen to it. After a little dance around his bedroom, we sat down to look at the other things we’d received.


Evie enjoys sticking the stickers on the suitcase each month (she’s sticker obsessed!) and as you can see we have quite a collection now!

Next we got out our giant world map, which we received in our very first subscription and stuck our musical instrument stickers on the countries that they originate from. This was a really fun activity to do with the kids and it helped them to understand where different countries are located on the map.

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After we’d finished with the world map, we moved on to the activities in the passport book. This has always been Max’s favourite part of the Little Passports subscription as the activities are right up his street. There are lots of activities included in the book such as dot to dot, spot the odd one out, colouring in and much more.

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We love Little Passports here and would highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for an educational subscription for their children. There are different options available for older children too which is great, for more information please visit Little Passports.

Thanks for reading.