Osmo games fire up multiple skill sets at once: spatial, interpersonal and motor skills. This is a far more nourishing experience than a simple touch-screen experience in which the player zones out while playing the game and often loses sight of the outside world. Also, kids aren’t hunched over when playing Osmo – it’s less time they spend sitting with poor posture. We're all about healthy screen time at Osmo!
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Articles in this section
- How do I change language (localization) in an Osmo app?
- How do I update an Osmo app on my iPad?
- What can I do if Osmo apps keep crashing on my older device?
- Why am I getting a camera-related error message in my Osmo game?
- Why isn't the Osmo game correctly detecting what I'm doing?
- How do I mute the sound in an Osmo app?
- How can I increase the difficulty in an Osmo app?
- How do I reset a player's progress in the Osmo apps?
- Can younger kids (preschoolers) use Osmo apps?
- How do I take a screenshot on my iPad?