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- 年龄和能力：3-5岁以上。 游戏适用于年幼的群体。 OSMO使学习得以继续。 在父应用程序上使用子游戏配置文件跟踪游戏进度
- 包装盒包含：适用于iPad的OSMO底座，19个服装装扮卡纸板，38个硅胶棒/环（不含BPA和适用于洗碗机）用于练习组建字母，硅胶游戏垫，可堆叠的游戏物品储物盒和4个游戏应用程序：ABCs ，服装派对，故事和涂鸦魔法。
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Osmo学习游戏将玩具作为教学工具，让孩子的学习变得有趣。Osmo是神奇的！在2013年，Osmo创造了一款充满乐趣且屡获殊荣的学习游戏，可与实际的手持设备，iPad和/或fire平板电脑进行互动，使孩子的游戏创作栩栩如生（游戏无需Wi-Fi）。 Osmo将触觉探索与创新技术相结合，使儿童积极参与学习过程。 Osmo游戏开发各种技能，每种游戏的技能各不相同，包括：创造力，解决问题能力，建立信心，以孩子为主导，亲手实践，不分性别，课程融入，社交技能/提高情商，STEM /steam（科学，技术，工程数学与艺术）以及更多的教育能力。游戏包括从初学者到专家级别。 Osmo使学习得以持续。家长可以使用父应用程序上的子游戏配置文件跟踪游戏进度。冒险旅行；通过在iPad（怪物）上即时呈现个人栩栩如生的绘画作品来解决故事问题，以及解决绘画问题/学习早期物理（牛顿）和培养创造性的绘画技巧（杰作）。已获得全球家长和老师的认可，已在30,000多个教室中使用。使用#osmomagic在社交媒体上标记您的照片，使其成为特色！
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Still thinks we have the tutu on the character.
There is no number practice, only letters, and I wish there were more learning - phonics, and as I said, numbers, colors, etc. I think this is a good first attempt but I think there is a lot that can be improved. Scripts and character development, more attention to detail, and some additional games not requiring more to buy. This is pretty expensive for what we got. I pay less for Marco Polo for a year and feel like I get more value out of that.
This Little Genius kit is much better for both of them, perfect for the last years of pre-school/pre-K and K. So far it seems that they can play the games independently, or with my oldest helping her younger brother. It reminds me a lot of the activities they've been doing in "school" the last few years. Also this is something we could bring with us on vacation because there are fewer little parts and pieces that could get lost compared to the Genius kit.
As always with Osmo the pieces are high quality and cute and well packaged. I wouldn't expect any less for the price point but good to be reassured that they are still making a good product.
Anyways, highly recommend for 3-6yrs age group!
The materials themselves seem high quality and the silicon pieces do not seem the sort to easily break from heavy use. The costume pieces are varied and the mat you place things on is made of a nice material.
As for the games themselves they seem alright:
ABCs (4/5): You are shown letters which you then can create using the silicon pieces. The letters shown have colors so it's pretty straightforward for figuring out the best pieces to use once kids get the hang of it. My three year old had fun doing this and was able to make the letters pretty easily without issue. If you get the letter close to what it looks like the avatar gets excited and tells you that looks good but if you fail it only gives you a generic message. I guess the intent is to enforce the good and not punish the negative but once my son realized he could put anything there his mischievous side surfaced and he stopped following the directions creating all sorts of random shapes laughing his head off. I still think it's a good game but I wish it had better structure for showing the correct representation or some form of grading for how close he is so he can strive for a goal there.
Squiggle Magic (5/5): This game reminds me of the creative games Osmo has. You can make pretty much anything using the silicon pieces and it'll be treated like the item you were asked to make. I think this is a positive here as this app is more about self expression than meeting some defined goal (like the letters above). You're given tasks to accomplish which, after doing a certain number, unlock new areas to head to. One for example was some underwater area and tasked my son with creating lots of creatures which moved around somewhat after they were added. My son, of course, went mischievous mode and created all sorts of sea life abominations but he did so with a big grin and lots of laughter so I think it was a huge success here.
Costume Party (3/5): Another neat game. You dress characters up for a party and can configure colors, etc. My son wasn't really interested in this game as he found the others to be more involved. Personally I feel like this game may have been added to justify the addition of the costume pieces as perhaps they felt the stories app wasn't enough of a use case. The stories app is the place where the dress up is of more use.
Stories (4/5): Stories is an interesting game as you are tasked with helping your character through some struggles they encounter in a given narrative. One story for example required the use of the boat feet costume piece to cross some water. Other interactions involve both placing the clothing piece down and then touching some aspect of it on the app itself to trigger its response. For example you may be required to scare something away so you go grab the helmet with a cat on top, put it as your characters hat, and then single tap the cat to activate it. I feel it encourages creativity and problem solving skills. The costumes are pretty varied as well which is nice. My only dislike about the app was that sometimes it felt a bit slow with the transitions between each task.
In general my 3 year old loved the little kit and I wasn't disappointed by it. I do feel like the older kid genius kit comes with more value for what you spend but I don't feel ripped off either. I feel like it's a solid kit that would be a definite recommendation if they could find additional uses for the pieces here and if they improve on some of the experiences in the apps themselves. I'd recommend it if you are looking for an entry into the Osmo ecosystem though as it's a good place to start with kids.