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Osmo for Elementary Math

Tangram






The game Tangram has been around for almost a thousand years, but Osmo reinvents this classic using a fully interactive video experience. With visual and audio feedback, multiple levels of difficulty, achievements and more. Tangram is not only fun, but it’s good for the brain too. Playing Tangram is a great way to exercise spatial and visual problem-solving skills. Start thinking with shapes!The game features over 500 different puzzles of different shapes and forms. Animals, numbers, humans and more — there’s so much to create. Complete puzzles to unlock new challenges.



Osmo Numbers


Kids arrange physical tiles, including dots and digits, to make numbers and complete levels. Add by putting more tiles, subtract by removing tiles and multiply by connecting tiles together. Experimenting becomes fast and intuitive. Kids play math without the pressure of time or the fear that they’ll get the wrong answer. Osmo’s real-time feedback lets kids learn through experimentation in a stress-free environment. With a counting, addition, concatenation and multiplication mode, there is a challenge for everybody. As kids get more confident in one mode, they can move on to the next one, allowing them to learn at their own pace.





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