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About Age of Learning
Age of Learning® is a leading education technology innovator, creating engaging and effective learning resources to help children build a strong foundation for academic success. Based in Los Angeles, the company is Bringing Learning to Life® by blending educational expertise, innovative technology, and insightful creativity. Age of Learning’s flagship product in the U.S., ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy, is a comprehensive curriculum for preschool through second grade, available on all major digital platforms and used by tens of millions of children to date. In 2019 the company launched Adventure Academy™, the first AAA educational massively multiplayer online game (MMO), serving elementary- and middle-school-aged children with thousands of learning activities in a fun and safe virtual world.
For many years, the company has helped educate millions of children by offering the full award-winning ABCmouse curriculum at no cost to teachers and community institutions. In January 2020, the company launched the Age of Learning Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to fundamentally improving the education of children in low and lower-middle income countries around the world.
For more information on all of Age of Learning's products, please visit our programs page.
ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy is the leading and most comprehensive digital learning resource for children ages 2–8. With more than 10,000 Learning Activities and 850 lessons, the standards-based ABCmouse curriculum is available on computers, tablets, and smartphones and is used by millions of children at home. The program has also helped to educate millions of children in U.S. classrooms and from more than half of all U.S. public libraries.
Large-scale research studies assessing the effectiveness of ABCmouse have concluded that ABCmouse accelerates learning and helps children make significant gains in early literacy and math skills.
ABCmouse is regularly ranked as the leading children's learning iPad®, iPhone®, and Android™ app in both the Kids and Education categories; to date, children have completed more than 8 billion ABCmouse Learning Activities.
ABOUT ADVENTURE ACADEMY
A massively multiplayer online game (MMO) for elementary and middle school age students, Adventure Academy brings learning to life as it builds critical knowledge of essential curriculum topics in language arts, math, science, and social studies. In this immersive virtual world, young learners explore hundreds of high-priority topics that are essential for success in school. Reading comprehension, mathematical operations, world geography, scientific inquiry, and more become an adventure!
Adventure Academy offers thousands of highly engaging and effective learning activities, including videos, games, books and other reading experiences, quizzes, and many other interactive elements. In this ever-expanding world, learners can customize their avatar, complete quests, unlock new zones, and interact with other players. Safe social elements fuel additional engagement that leads to more learning.
How to Reference ABCmouse
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ABCmouse® for Schools should always be referred to by its full name.
How to Spell ABCmouse
ABCmouse should be written as one string of letters. "ABC" is capitalized, but “mouse” is lowercase.
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