Any educator can tell you that kids learn best by “doing”. Meaning that being active, feeling, hearing and manipulating objects to determine the outcome of something is a more effective teaching mechanism than paper and pencil. Sure you can load up the iPad with educational apps, and yes many of those apps are indeed effective. However, letting electronics babysit your child all the time isn’t the best idea either. The first thing my son does after school is grab the iPad, and I let him. Why? Well because I’m usually cooking dinner and can’t quickly think of another activity. So the iPad is usually the best solution.
Storied Myth understands the parent’s need to keep a child busy, the child’s need to learn, and the need for kids to keep up with modern technology. They were able to satisfy all of these needs by meshing them all together and creating the Storied Myth, Adventure & Wisdom Await game. Their goal is to “offer more enriching screen time and merge it with physical toys so children get to experience the best of both world’s and expand their imagination.”
What you can expect from Storied Myth:
Full of puzzles and activities that intertwine with the app.
An ongoing adventure story and other fiction and non-fiction content. Downloadable companion app available in the App Store (iPad only)
Solve puzzles with the characters and scan the documents to unlock 3-D content
Purchase the Adventure Kit from storiedmyth.com. Your child can read the quests and use the kit to solve puzzles at the end of each chapter. He or she can also read stories about each character, scan clues to move along the quest and take selfies. After all, it’s 2015 & who doesn’t love a good selfie?
Download the app and order the Storied Myth Adventure Kit today so you can feel better about letting the iPad instruct your child. You can even register to receive your first puzzle free and subscribe to receive all offline activities.