Mission Force One: Connect and Protect

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Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Fun STEAM-themed space shorts are charming, educational.

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Educational Value

Lots of lessons about space and technology; solutions are STEAM-based. 

Positive Messages

The universe should be an open place for everyone. STEM and the arts can be combined to solve problems. Leadership, teamwork, and problem solving are themes, too. 

Positive Role Models & Representations

Miles is the leader, but the team works together. Boys, girls, and technology, and aliens equally represented. 

Violence & Scariness

Some very mild fantasy violence, including space chases and potential dangers. 

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The series is part of the Tomorrowland franchise.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Mission Force One: Connect and Protect are animated shorts that are part of the Miles From Tomorrowland family. There’s some very mild fantasy violence, but overall the series is an easy watch for kids who enjoy space and technology-themed entertainment. Aside from the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math)-focused lessons, it also contains positive messages about leadership, teamwork, and problem solving. 

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Teen, 16 years old Written byJ.Ali March 30, 2018

Great show for kids to discover how amazing space even though it’s fictional

It’s an amazing show and will get kids interested in space, and along with this it has an amazing protagonist and antagonist!

What's the story?

MISSION FORCE ONE: CONNECT AND PROTECT is a series of children’s animated shorts based on the series Miles From Tomorrowland. Miles Callisto and his team of four highly skilled friends work for the Tomorrowland Transit Authority (TTA), which is responsible for making sure that everyone in the universe remains connected. They're constantly working against a new force called the Nemesystems, which is stealing the technology the TTA has created to control the universe. Miles leads his team, which uses STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) on space missions organized to ensure that the universe remains a welcoming place for species of all walks of life. 

Is it any good?

This bright and imaginative 8-installment series uses STEAM to create a foundation for creative and unique stories. Thanks to consultations with organizations like NASA, Google, and the Space Tourism Society, it tells these tales in ways that are both entertaining and educational. Guest characters voiced by actors like Yara Shahidi, Bill Nye, and Mark Hamill also add to the amusement. 

Children who like space and adventure will be drawn to the the narratives featured here, as well as the range of tools, colorful space outfits, and other technology highlighted during each adventure. Each approximately three-minute installment is short enough to to keep them engaged, too. Mission Force One: Connect and Protect offers a great opportunity for learning while having some screen time fun. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, and math). How do the arts relate to STEM? Why is it important to teach these things? 

  • Do all the solutions in Mission Force One: Connect and Protect require technology to work? How does the team figure out what to do? 

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