How low will you go? Grade levels and elementary students gaming

In reading your FAQs I noticed that the game lab is designed for middle/high school students. If I decided to participate in your program, would the training you provide be conducive to including elementary (4th and 5th grade) students into the beta program? Are there plans for work at the elementary level?
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    Hi, can you let me know where you saw that information, as it's not correct. 3D GameLab is a quest-based learning platform that can be used across age groups, including elementary school, college, or corporate environments. Our early testing has been with middle school through graduate college age learners, we have yet to bring in elementary students.

    Very young student require more graphic based buttons instead of text, and more video and visuals. As long as the teacher creates these types of quests, I could see it being used easily as early as the kindergarten level. All Common Core standards, K-12, are included in the system.
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  • It came from "What groups can use this? What cost?" FAQ. The exact quote is:

    "lisadawley (Customer) 3 months ago"

    "Hi Beth,

    Yes, the platform can be used by any school, afterschool program, university, training company, homeschooler, etc. The tool's current "skin" and the Common Core Standards we've preloaded in the system gear it toward middle/high school/college age students at this time, but the functionality supports anyone who wants to teach anything using a quest-based approach."

    I probably just misunderstood it. It seems that the elementary levels are quite often forgotten or the last into the studies/programs is all. My mistake. Thanks for the reply.

    I am very interested in your program. I'm trying to find the registration fee to join in. It sounds like an exciting program! Would love to find and work with other music teachers. Are there any signed up?

    Thanks!
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