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Osmo - does it get played with?
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Posted 23 November 2016 - 11:44 AM
I've never seen one only the screenshots/movies/descriptions.
I can't see that the coding will teach that much more than Scratch (which is free!) but it does have a advantage of being tactile. So if you had a child that needed to be pushing buttons or moving things around, maybe it would help. But then I'd be looking into Lego Mindstorms then....
We've gone Turtle Draw and Robot School rather than the hands-on programming approach. Not as slick but I bet a lot cheaper.
And having watched the video - what the older brother is doing is a level of complexity much harder (and a deeper level of knowledge) than the younger sister with Osmo.
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