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Osmo Classroom + Coding Kit


"Osmo enables the iPad to merge the power of physical play with the digital advantages of real-time feedback. Playing beyond the screen invites students to collaborate on tables or floors while manipulating tangible game pieces such as number tiles, letter tiles, and coding blocks."
-- Osmo (Tangible Play)

Curriculum concepts:
*Kits available: 2

Please note: Kits require a compatible device and app.
There are no devices included in this kit.
Each kit will require four iPads to use it.


Kits Contain:

OSMO CLASSROOM KIT + CODING
Four Learning Systems
    Each contains: one base & one reflector

Four Sets of Words Tiles
    Each box (blue) contains: two sets of tiles, one red, one blue, with each
    letter of the alphabet (capital on one side, small on the other)

Four Sets of Numbers Tiles
    Each box (orange) contains: two sets of tiles numbered 0-9, ten tiles with
    one dot, six tiles with two dots, and four tiles with five dots

Four Sets of Tangrams
    Each box (yellow) contains: one large red triangle, one large blue triangle,
    one yellow square, one medium green triangle, one small turquoise
    triangle, one small purple triangle, one yellow square,
    and one orange parallelogram

Four Sets of Coding Blocks
    Each box contains: one green block with a “play” button, one gray
    end block, one red jumping block, two orange hand blocks,
    one gray repeat block, four blue walking blocks, one purple star block,
    one yellow 1 & 5 end blocks & two yellow 2, 3, & 4 end blocks

Two Sets of Pizza Co.Game
    Each box contains: five each of 1 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 25 cent,
    1 dollar, 2 dollar, 5 dollar, & 10 dollar; 1 pizza; and
    eight each of toppings: pepperoni, pineapple, bell pepper,
    mushroom, olive, and fish.

Two Teacher’s Guides

Plastic Storage System - Three Bins with Lid



Please Note:
Osmo only works with iPads. It doesn't work with iPhones or Android devices.

Please see the compatible device & app page for details on which iPads work.




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Amy Lillard,
Apr 14, 2017, 10:16 AM
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