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What is the Atlas Mission?
The Atlas Mission™ is a groundbreaking new educational game for iPads, iPhones, and Android tablets and phones.
The game involves your 4 – 6 year old child taking part in an epic adventure along with his or her friend Atlas Finch™, the traveling Robot!
During the adventure, your child will complete a number of missions set in different countries (the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the U.K., India, Brazil, Australia, etc.)
Improve Your Child's Reading, Writing, STEM & 21st Century Skills
Each mission involves games designed to significantly improve your little one's skills in the following key areas:
- Vocabulary, Spelling & Reading
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)
- 21st Century Skills (Creativity, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving & Coding)
The Atlas Mission game also includes a large number of age-appropriate stories that will further improve your child's reading skills.
Help Your Child Learn About Other Countries and Cultures
Each mission will also help them understand some of the unique cultural characteristics of the countries they are visiting.
So with the Atlas Mission, your little explorer can experience first hand the wonders of the real world!
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Why do Parents and Teachers Love the Atlas Mission?
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Retired teacher Luci Bultman from the U.S. loves how the Atlas Mission helps kids learn complex educational concepts while having fun and enjoying the adventure.
Dr. Melissa Fry from Australia loves how each game in the Atlas Mission helps her daughter learn by building upon the knowledge obtained from the previous games.
Helen Secrette from the U.K. loves Atlas Mission's parent-controlled timeout feature and how kids don't realize that the timeout is actually controlled by their parents!
Dr. Liz Aumand Wilson from the U.S. loves how engaging the Atlas Mission is and how her daughter has been able to connect with the game.
Simon Avril from France loves how the Atlas Mission improves kids' reading skills and how it gradually becomes more challenging as the child gets better at reading.
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Has Eye Exercises to Help Your Child’s Eyesight
The Atlas Mission includes a unique Eye Robot feature that periodically asks your child to stop playing the game and instead perform a number of fun eye exercises that he or she will love!
This helps to significantly reduce the possibility that children are going to cause excessive strain on their eyes while using a digital device.
The Atlas Mission is the ONLY educational game meant for children that is designed to minimize strain on their eyes in this manner.
Gives Real-Life Context to What Your Child is Reading
Many of the stories present inside the Atlas Mission ask children to apply what they have just read in the offline world.
For instance, if they encounter a story on English afternoon tea, they will be given a recipe for making homemade English scones with jam and cream and encouraged to bake their own English scones (with your help of course)!
Studies show that giving real-life context to what children are reading helps to significantly improve their reading skills.
Has a Timeout to Prevent Screen Addiction
Atlas Mission is an extremely engrossing game that your child will absolutely fall in love with.
However, kids should spend an equal amount of time in the offline world – playing with their friends, getting their hands dirty with paint, and generally just being kids!
Atlas Mission has an anti-addiction timeout built into it. Once your child has crossed the time limit that you’ve set, the game gets locked and can only be accessed again the next day.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does it cost?
Is the game meant for boys or girls?
Are there any ads or popups in the game?
Will my child be asked to buy anything while playing your game?
Is my child's privacy protected at all times?
Does my child need to know the alphabet and letter-sounds before using your game?
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What devices is the Atlas Mission compatible with?
Which versions of iOS or Android do I need to install the game?
Can the game be played when the device is offline and not connected to the Internet?
How is this different from all the other educational or reading apps that are present in the app stores?
The Atlas Mission is not just another “app”.
The Atlas Mission is eventually going to become a complete game-based learning platform for ALL your child’s educational needs:
- While the first version of the Atlas Mission is focused on Reading, later versions will also help your child become better at Math, Science, Art and Music.
- Later versions of the Atlas Mission will also teach other equally important 21st Century skills like Coding, Creativity, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, etc.
- As your child grows older, the game will grow with your child and cover more advanced topics for each of the curricular and non-curricular areas mentioned above.
- The advanced algorithm that powers the Atlas Mission will track your child’s progress in each area and present a completely personalized game experience and content to your child based on YOUR child’s unique learning requirements.
6 Principles That Guide The Atlas Mission
Given the right tools, support and intrinsic motivation, kids have the ability to teach themselves without necessarily always needing the help of adults.
2. Learning = Adventure + Fun
Research behind the Science of Learning has shown that kids learn best through a combination of play and exploration guided by a specific learning objective.
3. 21st Century Skills
Kids need to learn 21st century skills like creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving to realize their full potential in the world that they are going to be living in.
4. Celebration of Diversity
The Atlas Mission will help kids learn about other kids around the world who are similar in some ways and different in others from them - in terms of culture, skills, interests, etc.
5. Delayed Gratification
Research shows that kids who delay gratification are more successful as adults. Our game emphasizes the importance of pursuing long-term goals instead of short-term rewards.
6. Gender Neutrality
The Atlas Mission is designed to appeal equally to boys and girls. Our games, characters and stories have been created so that both boys and girls can relate to and love them.
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