Wish your child should be a programmer? Try Osmo Coding Blocks
Learning coding was never so easy!
Kids learn a lot when they play. Giving them those toys with valuable study material can contribute major growth in development of brain. It is not easy to compile curriculum with games, it requires a lot of research. Few Startups are trying to bring tools that can entertain as well teach kids. This can be through an online platform, toys, apps, etc. But a Startup Osmo has playable blocks that can teach coding to kids in playful manner.
Osmo is a California based startup, provides set of smart toys to teach numbers, words, drawing, etc. Recently it introduced a new playable blocks, which can teach coding to kids. Knows as Osmo Coding, it works with iPad through a game and playful character Awbie. The package comes with coding blocks, each with set of different functions. Kids require arranging the blocks with step count to control Awbie. The arrangement helps Awbie to move in different location, eat berries and do many other things.
Osmo Coding blocks are designed to give kids a feel of coding. It also contributes in development of logic and problem solving skills. By arranging the blocks they try to find path for Awbie, solve puzzle and enjoy with other kids as well. It also supports multiplayer, where a group of kids can play together on a single iPad. Its interactive learning is entertaining for kids, as well a good platform to get a touch of coding. Osmo’s wide variety of tools is designed with a perspective to introduce knowledge with entertainment.
- Osmo is founded in 2013 that brings platform to engage creative thinking and social interaction.
- It offers a wide range of smart toys that can teach coding to kids.
- Overall Osmo has raised $14.5 Million in overall 2 rounds from 3 investors.