Ready to take on the world?
Sparking kids' sense of adventure and curiosity.
Atlas Crate is designed to help your child develop an appreciation for other world cultures.
Through immersive, hands-on STEAM activities, we hope to connect kids creatively and intellectually with communities and customs beyond their own experience.
We're excited to help your kids explore the globe. Because the world around us is a real trip!
How it works
Pick a line.
We offer projects for every age and interest!
Choose your plan and the first crate ships in 2-3 business days. Pause or cancel anytime.
Our science and art projects inspire kids to become creative problem solvers.
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Awesome projects & more in every crate
The journey begins with your first crate, where you'll meet travel buddies Anya and Milo. Explore your world map and master basic navigational skills. Build a real spinning globe! Collect Atlas cards to make your own travel book, filled with fascinating facts and photos.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture! Join the celebration of Children's Day by making your own koinobori fluttering carp windsock. Use a mini mallet to take a whack at a traditional game, daruma otoshi. Follow the recipe to make delicious onigiri rice balls. Expand your travel book with pages of awesome activities and insights about Japan!
Join Anya and Milo as they discover Peru. Make a fluffy alpaca and try your hand at making local textiles by weaving a mini blanket and matching chullo hat. Play an ancient tossing game called sapo and test the accuracy of your aim. Discover the mysteries of the Nazca Desert and create your own Nazca Line art. Whip up some sweet quinoa con leche for a taste of a local treat. Make music with a DIY antara flute.
Meet Anya & Milo
Meet your travel buddies, Anya the Cricket and Milo the Sandpiper. Inspired by a found globe, the little duo decide to embark on a big adventure to see the world. Join them as they journey from country to country exploring local cultures, foods, traditions, and more!
Build your Adventure Book
Each crate features seven Atlas Cards highlighting each country’s geography, customs, landmarks, history, and foods. Try out a few Karate moves from Japan, explore the history of Machu Picchu in Peru, make delicious coconut shuku shuku treats from Nigeria, and more!
What you get
2 globally-inspired projects to build a sense of adventure
Detailed step-by-step instructions
DIY activities to discover geography, customs, history, and foods
Atlas Adventure Book
Collect and build a globally-inspired keepsake of amazing activities
Geography, culture, and STEAM for kids 6 to 11
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Every crate has at least 2 activities, a recipe and info about the country. I love that there are book options as well.
I homeschool and find this subscription box is an excellent addition to our curriculum. It compliments so many subjects and is something my daughter loves to guess where she will be visiting next.
The atlas crate provides both fantastic learning materials and very fun crafts. my daughter is excited to be able to cook for us as the recipes require very little adult help. Furthemore, the help required is only for safety reason. Hence, a strong sense of accomplishment for the child.
My kids love the kits. They love having mail come for them!
My 2 grand daughters share a crate each month. They always seem to be able to decide very quickly who gets which craft. I help the 7 year old most of the time and the 10 yr old is able to complete her task independently. They really look forward to seeing the crate. I am impressed with both the accompanying book pages and the crafts. This week the seven year old asked me when she would begin to study countries in school so she could take her book and tell her friends what she already knows about MANY countries because of the crates...cant ask for a better advertisement!!!!