With many of us on lockdown in our countries and many parents wondering what to do with there kids, as normally they are in school we have some ideas for you from a company called Osmo.
So while the Easter holidays are upon us so the daily routine may relax a little, parents still need ways to keep their kids entertained and stimulated over the coming weeks.
Osmo gets kids to think and play in the real-world and see those creations come to life on the screen through augmented reality – it turns their tablet into a fun, educational tool and inspires little ones to love learning. Osmo’s collection of starter kits suit a range of ages and help kids develop skills in everything from English to maths and art. Osmo has also just launched two free pieces of software to help children and teachers stay connected during these unprecedented times.
Osmo’s Little Genius Starter Kit takes the creations your child makes with physical objects in the real world and turns it into fun and engaging content on a tablet screen. Osmo technology encourages children to engage in hands-on play while capitalising on their love of screens to offer a highly personalised and engaging learning experience.
The Osmo Little Genius Starter Kit comes with four games that help children learn critical skills like the alphabet, problem-solving and creativity while sparking their imaginations and having fun at the same time.
- Suitable for children 3-5+ years of age
- MSRP £79.99
The award-winning kit thousands of children already love is updated for 2019 with a brand-new look, even more advanced hardware and new engaging content.
Osmo combines digital fun with hands on learning with its Genius Starter Kit, compatible with both iPads and Amazon Fire Tablets. Ideal for 6-10 year-olds, each of the five games included in the Genius Starter Kit promote problem solving alongside maths and spelling skills.
- MSRP £99.99
- Suitable for children 6-10+ years of age
Osmo Kaleidoscope app:
This highly creative app empowers kids to design and create beautiful kaleidoscopic images with everyday objects, toys, art materials, or seasonal items from nature. For example, it helps them create beautiful symmetrical patterns from items found in nature, like a butterfly, leaf, clover, in addition to learning the alphabet or numbers.
Osmo Projector app:
The brand new free app helps teachers project their real word notes onto a professional-looking, virtual blackboard.
Osmo’s powerful reflective AI technology, used in over 30,000 U.S. classrooms, allows the camera to “see” the desktop in front and project a teacher’s real world text, notes and drawings onto the screen, while being compatible with Zoom and other video conferencing technologies.
If you enjoy games and gaming and want more NEWS from the Gaming World Click Here