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Osmo Numbers Game

Item #: 655 | Grades K-5
$29.00
Status: Osmo base required
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Osmo Numbers Game

Play with the physical tiles to count, add, and multiply. When your results match the numbers on the screen, cartoon bubbles burst with a satisfying POP! Osmo Base required.

Overview

Playing with numbers makes math intuitive and fun. That’s why, with Numbers, kids add, subtract, and multiply by zooming tiles in and out of the Osmo play space. As they master new skills, players collect zany fish, unleash special effects, and advance to higher levels. Before you know it, kids will be sailing from simple counting all the way to multiplication. Who knew math could make such a splash?

What's included

  • Number tiles
  • Dot tiles
  • Numbers app


What they'll learn

  • Counting
  • Addition and subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Math confidence


Awards and Press

Innovation by design, FastCompany Award, 2016

“Osmo Numbers takes the fear out of figures.” — Forbes

“once again, Osmo has built something wonderfully creative and interactive.” — VentureBeat

“revamp the unimaginative worksheets educators use to teach math now.” — TechCrunch

About Osmo

Osmo is an award winning educational games system for use with iPads and iPhones. The system has been adopted in over 30,000 schools in 42 countries around the world. Teachers are raving about how their students love experimenting, exploring, creating and collaborating with Osmo.

Osmo enables the iPad and iPhone 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’s growing collection of apps for iPad and iPhone cross subject areas and include various challenge levels for students of differing abilities.
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Accessories

Osmo Base for iPads
$29.00

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