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How does the Atlas Mission Improve Your Child's Knowledge of Geography?
The Atlas Mission improves preschool and kindergarten geography skills by having your child take part in an epic worldwide adventure. During the adventure:
- They complete a number of activities set in different countries (the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the U.K., India, China, Brazil, Australia, etc.)
- They travel from one country to another using our unique (and fun!) virtual globe so that they understand where each country is located in the world map.
- In each country, they are taken to different locations so that they learn about the incredible range of geographical features that are found around the earth.
- And within each location, they play age-appropriate games so that, apart from improving their knowledge of geography, they also improve their reading, writing, STEM and 21st century skills.
Help Your Child Learn About Other Cultures
Each mission also helps your preschool or kindergarten going child understand some of the unique cultural characteristics of the countries they are visiting.
That's because the Atlas Mission also includes a huge number of stories through which kids learn about how people around the world live, work, eat, and play.
So instead of boring curriculum focused lesson plans and worksheets, your little explorer gets to improve their knowledge of geography by actually experiencing first hand the wonders of the real world!
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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.
Stephanie Martin from Australia loves how she can use the Atlas Mission to distract her son while she is busy and how she herself has learnt a lot from it!
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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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