Summer is coming up, but that’s no time for kids to stop learning.

Osmo is here to help parents continue their home schooling with the launch of a new virtual classroom for live learning, called Osmo Live.

Osmo is a hands-on learning system used by kids and elementary schools in the U.S. The virtual “Bootcamps” will feature live-streaming from trusted elementary school teachers to give kids a better learning alternative to Zoom. Each Bootcamp will last six weeks and will cover a critical life skill, such as art and creativity, coding, and math. The programs are designed for grades K through five.

Osmo Live includes interactivity with a speech-to-text function, a live chat feature with emojis, and in-class poll questions for instructors to incorporate live Q&As into the curriculum. Multiple kids can actively participate in discussions at the same time without interrupting the entire classroom, lessening distractions. The learning doesn’t stop once class is over — at the end of each session, teachers will give kids an extended learning activity and provide personalized feedback on all activities to make sure every kid understands the content and stays on track.

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Each weekly session lasts one hour, with two to three hours of extended learning activities. Kids can learn drawing techniques in the art and creativity class, develop critical STEM skills in the coding course, and explore how to use mathematical concepts in the real world in the math sessions.

Osmo Live is designed for use on any device. Each Bootcamp is priced at $150 and signing up for multiple courses will give parents a $25 discount. Visit osmo.live to register for an Osmo Live Bootcamp today.