Osmo Genius Kit £65.99 at Amazon
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Osmo Genius Kit £65.99 at Amazon

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Found 26th Mar
Osmo is a magical, award-winning game system that encourages creativity and problem-solving skill development for kids through hands-on play. The Osmo Genius Kit includes the Osmo iPad Base and 5 award-winning games: Tangram, Numbers, Words, Masterpiece, and Newton that transform your iPad into a hands-on tool for learning and laughter. iPad not included.


Box Contains:

Tangram Puzzle Pieces, Words Tiles, Numbers Tiles, Osmo iPad Base.



  • Five award-winning games that transform your iPad into a hands-on learning tool
  • Turns core subjects, like maths (Numbers) and spelling (Words), into fearless fun. Number sense and math confidence
  • Encourages visual thinking (Tangram), problem solving (Newton), and creative drawing skills (Masterpiece)
  • Designed to adjust to kids aged 5-12 skill level. Toy-Of-The-Year-2015|TIME-Best-Inventions-of-2014
  • 2017 Genius Kit comes with the Osmo Base (stand & reflector), game playing pieces (including upper and lower case Word's tiles) and stackable storage containers. Requires iPad to play.
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Anyone got one of these that can provide a quick review? The idea and concept look great, but wondered what they're like from someone that has used it in anger... Not a huge fan of plonking a young'un down infront of a screen to play games.
nice idea but still seems very expensive for what it is, additional Osmo products that add to this are expensive also.
Coffeee9 h, 16 m ago

Anyone got one of these that can provide a quick review? The idea and …Anyone got one of these that can provide a quick review? The idea and concept look great, but wondered what they're like from someone that has used it in anger... Not a huge fan of plonking a young'un down infront of a screen to play games.


Hi, we have it and it is great, although my son doesnt play with it a lot. When I encourage him to play with it he loves it. Numbers is good for mental arithmetic. My son practised addition and timetables on it. There are more levels to explore but that is how far he got. There is a game around learning so he keeps engaged. He likes the most Newton where he needs to navigate a little ball to certain places on the screen. There are videos on youtube. There is also a drawing app but my son isnt very artistic. We also have the coding pack which is again a great concept but he hasn’t played much with it yet. And we also have the pizza co which is my favourite and great to practise with money. Just shame that the coins are not the same value as the pennies in the Uk.

All in all I think it is good. You need an ipad for it tho. I think it might be best for home schooling or for younger kids.
Coffeee9 h, 17 m ago

Anyone got one of these that can provide a quick review? The idea and …Anyone got one of these that can provide a quick review? The idea and concept look great, but wondered what they're like from someone that has used it in anger... Not a huge fan of plonking a young'un down infront of a screen to play games.


By the way when I was thinking to get it or not I saw that it keeps its value pretty well so if it doesnt work out for your kids you always can sell it on ebay.
Ordered one yesterday and went to get he coding ones today and all have gone back up in price . Thanks for posting.
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