Where kids learn the life skills they need to succeed

Teaching kids the lessons they won’t find in textbooks

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It takes more than a good school to raise a good kid.

We want our kids to ace not just tomorrow's quiz but also life's everyday tests, so they need to learn responsibility as much as arithmetic. Ever Scouts teaches the life skills they need to better prepare for life — like collaboration, problem solving, and empathy — so they can help themselves and others, no matter what comes their way.

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How it works:

An interactive game show for life skills

Show your scout this video so they can see what awaits!

New This Week

Quest for the Stolen Snowflake

Every year, the residents of Snowscape, Washington gather to celebrate the dropping of the Snowflake – a beautiful structure that glows bright over the entire town. Preparations are underway for this year’s drop – but their mayor has just discovered that the Snowflake has gone missing! The only thing left in its place is a mysterious puzzle. Can we use our problem solving skills to navigate this scavenger hunt and successfully retrieve the Snowflake before the clock strikes 12 – or will the town of Snowscape lose out on their beloved holiday tradition?

Created by experts, designed with kids.

Our program was developed by leading educators from Yale, Duke, and Harvard - who know that for kids to truly engage, they need to have a voice. Scouts provide product feedback, design ideas, and control their own learning.

Konnor shows iPad app to the group of scouts

“It’s like Peloton for
personal growth.”

/ Tami, Brooklyn, NY

Try Ever Scouts for free!

/ We’re on a mission

We want to make learning life skills accessible to all 7-10 year olds through our live, collaborative Missions.

/ It’s truly free

As we grow our program, Ever Scouts is completely free to join through the end of 2022.

/ Featuring all new content

Each week, new interactive, story-based Missions are released. Can your Scout and the rest of their group use their skills to get Mission success? Or will the group fail and live to try again another day?

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Ever Scouts Stories

Usually when our son gets home from school - the first thing he says is that he’s hungry - now he runs straight to the iPad and says, IT’S TIME FOR EVER SCOUTS!"

/ Sofie, NY

We've seen a general expansion of wonderfulness."

/ Jennie, CA

We can see him practicing fairness with his brother in new ways - overhearing 'it’s only fair that you get a turn too."

/ Dina, NY

Every week my daughter tells me how creative and fun the activities are - she's always excited to see what's next."

/ Abbie, CA

I love that the RQ is individualized to each child. It identifies strengths and areas for growth."

/ Neha, NC

We homeschool - and he truly looks forward to Ever Scouts as a part of his day- unlike other digital classes and tools we use."

/ Sabrina, NY

I noticed my Scout balancing his options and waiting his turn."

/ Parkavi, NC

My son explained to me the difference between equal and fair over the weekend - I was impressed!"

/ Jieh, NY

Usually when our son gets home from school - the first thing he says is that he’s hungry - now he runs straight to the iPad and says, IT’S TIME FOR EVER SCOUTS

Sofie, NY

We've seen a general expansion of wonderfulness

Jennie, CA

We can see him practicing fairness with his brother in new ways - overhearing 'it’s only fair that you get a turn too

Dina, NY

Every week my daughter tells me how creative and fun the activities are - she's always excited to see what's next

Abbie, CA

I love that the RQ is individualized to each child. It identifies strengths and areas for growth

Neha, NC

We homeschool - and he truly looks forward to Ever Scouts as a part of his day- unlike other digital classes and tools we use

Sabrina, NY

I noticed my Scout balancing his options and waiting his turn

Parkavi, NC

My son explained to me the difference between equal and fair over the weekend - I was impressed!

Jieh, NY