Stay in the loop with Osmo!
With Osmo Parent, adult Osmonauts can stay in the loop with what their child is learning on the Osmo Play System!
- Track time played in each game and view what skills your Osmonaut learned!
- See daily reports on words spelled, lines of code written, drawings created, and more!
- Get tips and tricks for each game and learn about new games in the Osmo system!
- See drawings your Osmonaut created in Monster and Masterpiece!
Osmo is connecting over 1 million kids around the world to a new, healthy, and hands-on learning experience that promotes creativity, problem solving, and social interaction.
Learn more at www.playosmo.com
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Osmo parent is childish
This app while proficient at describing basics of the child’s process, is basically a waste. If the company truly wanted to make it adaptable to parents. They would include support so the parent could discuss issues, critique and recommendations. There is nothing through this app or any of the games for requesting this type of help. Have all of the games and apps for the Osmo World. Spending considerable amounts, hoping to encourage growth in learning of our grandchildren. One of the main complaints on every platform is the lack of concise information on how to play and use the individual apps. What’s wrong with a doc section with details of play. Most assume it’s intuitive. If an adult can’t understand the care and use of these apps and learning methods how can you expect child of five to do it. On one of the most recent $4.99... Numbers Toybox; the apps pace is slow, with again no support for how. The app crashed in as much that it would stall and at times repeat the same segment of the game before moving on. (E.g) recipe game... how would know to leave tile on board until the timer ended.., or to remove the tile after so it would not re-add it.
Kids love it. Not phonetically correct
I have recently received my Osmo. My kids love playing it. As a former elementary teacher I have a concern. The alphabet game doesn’t not pronounce the sounds of the letters correctly. I have noticed it in two of the sounds. For the letter c- the sound that Mo says is “cu”. This is not phonetically correct. Also for the letter a- Mo says the sound “uh”. This is confusing for my kids and I have to make sure that I say the sounds correctly for them. This is a major issue in teaching small children phonics. This needs to be fixed. I love this concept of incorporating technology and learning but it must be done phonetically correct. Hope this helps and gets fixed.
Our child is 6 and until today, has been reluctant to attempt to engage with numbers counting and letters. As an educator with a learning behavior specialist endorsement and 10 years in the classroom I can say THIS is a game changer and life changer! Tears literal tears of joy as I heard our child say Wow! I’m smart! I did it! See Mom! Look 1 dot and another dot makes 2 dots! I get it now!
Imagine that, 3 years of frustration and self doubt transformed. It’s open ended, not overwhelming with extra sensory overload and somehow able to engage even the most reluctant of learners. Our son has an average of three minutes attention span, he spent 47 minutes actively engaged and proactively solving puzzles, using his own methods of problem solving and was able to achieve self confidence in his abilities! Imagine what this can do for neurotypical thinkers as well! This is by far and away the most amazing learning experience I’ve ever seen! THANK YOU OSMO!!!!!!
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