Osmo – Creative Starter Kit for iPad – Ages 5-10 – Creative Drawing & Problem Solving/Early Physics – STEM – (Osmo Base Included):
OSMO IS MAGIC: Fun-filled & award winning learning games that interact with actual hand held pieces & an iPad, bringing a child’s game pieces & actions to life (No WiFi necessary for game play).
AGE & CAPABILITY: Ages 5-10+. Games are designed for beginner to expert levels. Osmo enables the continuation of learning.
TEACHING: Travel on an adventure & solve story problems with personal drawings brought to life instantly on the iPad (Monster) along with drawing problem solving/early physics (Newton), creative drawing skills (Masterpiece).
WHAT’S IN THE BOX: Osmo Base for iPad, new Creative Board, 4 dry erase markers, microfiber eraser pouch, Stackable storage for each game & 3 Game Apps: Monster, Newton, and Masterpiece.
OSMO PROMISE: Designed with fun & learning in mind, in Palo Alto, California. 90 day . An iPad & Osmo Base (iPad is not included) are required to play. Compatible with iPad (2nd-7th Generation), iPad Mini 2-5, iPad Air 2-3, iPad Pro 9. 7 & 10. 5 inch (minimum iOS version iOS 9). Fire Tablet is not compatible with this base.
COMPATIBILITY FOR IPAD: Compatible iPads: iPad 2, iPad (3rd Generation), iPad (4th Generation), iPad (5th Generation), iPad (6th Generation), iPad (7th Generation), iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Mini 5, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 3, and the 9. 7-inch and 10. 5-inch iPad Pro. Osmo is currently NOT compatible with the 11-inch and 12. 9-inch iPad Pro. The minimum iOS version needed is iOS 9. Fire Tablet is not compatible with this base.
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