Our daughter is a visual learner. Therefore, as traditional homeschool parents we’re always incorporating fun and engaging activities into her daily curriculum. Today’s Story is sponsored by Osmo; although we did receive products in exchange for this review all thoughts are our own.
We’ve used Osmo learning games for years in order to help our daughter grasp different concepts. From teaching her how to count money to learning her spelling words, Osmo alway been one of our essential learning tools. What’s more, our daughter happily does any activity that we assigned, when it includes an Osmo game.
Recently, we were blessed to check out “Magical Workshop” from Osmo new Math Wizard series. Click on the video to see Imonni’s Review.
Now our daughter happens to love math. However, that is not the case for every child. Osmo new curriculum-inspired Math Wizard series makes learning math fun!
In Magical Workshop, kids can practice addition, subtraction, place value, and number comparison by brewing potions with dragon claws and sparkle dust, and counting balloons to help dragons fly. The set includes a collection of four games and accessories, such as a mixing mat, sticker sheets, a spell book, counting cubes, and counting rods.
Here 3 reasons we Osmo new curriculum-inspired Math Wizard series.
- A Perfect Tool for Homeschoolers –The series is designed for kids ages 6-8, with self-paced games that help kids build confidence in their math skills through stealth learning. Making, it a great way for parents to supplement their home-schooling and remote learning curriculum.
- Hand-on Learning – The games is an adventure-driven, educational which helps kids learn math by experimenting how it is used in everyday life rather than memorizing formulas.
- Story-Based Learning – Studies show that active learning can boost critical thinking skills, information retention, motivation, and interpersonal skills. By incorporating physical game pieces, Osmo ensures kids learn by doing, even in front of a screen.
The Math Wizard series first titles include Magical Workshop and Secrets of the Dragons. My daughter loves both games and can’t wait to see the other title they rollout.