The Coding Starter Kit, which retails for $99, uses hands-on learning games to teach kids ages 5-10 coding concepts, such as problem solving, computational thinking, sequencing, looping, and pair programming. The kit combines Osmo’s Coding Awbie, Coding Jam, and Coding Duo, which are no longer sold separately. It features new coding blocks/game pieces that kids can use across all three games.
The Genius Starter Kit + Family Game Night, which retails for $139.99, gives kids ages 6-10 a deeper dive into STEAM learning through collaborative gameplay so families can participate together. The kit includes physical pieces that kids can use to transform their tablets into a hands-on learning tool by arranging the game pieces in the physical world to interact with characters on the screen. There are five of Osmo’s best-selling games included in the kit, as well as two new games: Lettertopia and Math Buzz.
Lastly, the Little Genius Starter Kit + Early Math Adventure, priced at $119.99, is designed to help kids ages 3-5 build core learning skills in math and reading. The kit includes 38 silicon sticks and rings, and 19 costume pieces that kids can use to transform their tablets into a hands-on learning tool. Kids can play four of Osmo’s classic games with this kit, in addition to two new early math games: Counting Town and Shape Builder.