Help me give my students more ways to practice creativity while interacting with technology. My students need more programs to use with the Osmo Kits we already have to help them understand coding and work on creativity.
This project expired on February 6, 2019.
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We are a family in our first grade classroom. We are a classroom made up of 20 fun, happy, and loving kids! Each day I get to watch them explore and learn. They are always enthusiastic about growing as learners. They are creative. They are problem solvers and each day they are growing as communicators and collaborators.
At our school we focus on the 4 Cs...Creativity, Collabration, Communication, and Critical Thinking.
Our school is a project-based learning school with a strong focus on technology integration.
Did you know that technology can be hands-on? Students of all different learning styles have enjoyed the Osmo kits that we already have in the classroom. Osmo is an award-winning game system that changes the way a student interacts with the iPad by providing them with hands-on play. Osmo provides students the opportunity to learn in key areas such as: creative problem solving, art, and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). They are able to practice math facts, spelling, and geometry in a hands on way through technology. Osmo is a wonderful program that allows students to manipulate tiles, shapes, etc. and what they do with the tiles interacts with a iPad.
Osmo offers additional resources that allows students to learn coding and allows artwork to come to life.
We will use the new resources to grow our skills that will always be useful.
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