Osmo — Genius Starter Kit for iPad — 5 Educational Learning Games — Ages 6–10 — Math, Spelling, Creativity & More — STEM Toy


Size 5 Games/Classic Kit
Material Plastic
Brand Osmo
Item dimensions L x W x H 7 x 30.5 x 24.4 centimetres
Age range (description) 6 - 10 years
  • OSMO IS MAGIC: Fun-filled & award winning learning games that interact with actual hand held pieces & an iPad, bringing a child's game pieces & actions to life (No Wi-Fi necessary for game play).
  • AGE & CAPABILITY: Ages 6-10+. Games are designed for beginner to expert levels. OSMO enables the continuation of learning. Track game progress, using child game profiles, on a parent app.
  • TEACHING: Shapes & placing in designs (Tangram), problem solving/early physics (Newton), creative drawing skills (Masterpiece), counting with numbers/dice (Numbers), letters, spelling & vocabulary (Words).
  • WHAT'S IN THE BOX: OSMO Base for iPad, Tangram pieces, Numbers tiles, Words tiles, Stackable storage for each game & 5 Game Apps: Numbers, Tangram, Words, Newton, and Masterpiece.
  • OSMO PROMISE: Designed with fun & learning in mind, in Palo Alto, California. 90 day Warranty. An iPad & Osmo Base (iPad is not included) are required to play.
  • COMPATIBILITY FOR IPAD: Compatible iPads: iPad 2, iPad (3rd Generation), iPad (4th Generation), iPad (5th Generation), iPad (6th Generation), iPad (7th Generation), iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 4, iPad Mini 5, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 3, and the 9.7-inch and 10.5-inch iPad Pro. Osmo is currently NOT compatible with the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. iOS version iOS 9 or greater. Fire Tablet is not compatible with this base.


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Product Description

Osmo learn­ing games makes it fun for chil­dren to learn, using toys as teach­ing tools. Osmo is mag­ic. In 2013, Osmo cre­at­ed a fun-filled & award win­ning learn­ing games that inter­act with actu­al hand held pieces & an I pad and/or fire tablet, bring­ing a child’s game pieces & actions to life (no Wi-Fi nec­es­sary for game play). Osmo merges tac­tile explo­ration with inno­v­a­tive tech­nol­o­gy, active­ly engag­ing chil­dren in the learn­ing process. Osmo games devel­op a wide range of skills, vary­ing skills based on each game, includ­ing: cre­ativ­i­ty, prob­lem-solv­ing, con­fi­dence gain­ing, child-led, hands-on, gen­der-neu­tral, cur­ricu­lum inclu­sion, social/emotional skills, stem/steam (sci­ence, tech­nol­o­gy, engi­neer­ing maths & art) and many more edu­ca­tion­al capa­bil­i­ties. Games are designed for chil­dren between the ages of 3–11+ and include begin­ner to expert lev­els. Osmo enables the con­tin­u­a­tion of learn­ing. Par­ents can track game progress, using child game pro­files, on a par­ent app. Genius Starter kit focus­es on the fol­low­ing game play: shapes & plac­ing in designs (Tan­gram), prob­lem solving/early physics (New­ton), cre­ative draw­ing skills (mas­ter­piece), count­ing with numbers/dice (num­bers), let­ters, spelling & Vocab­u­lary (words). approved by par­ents and teach­ers world­wide, used in over 30, 000 class­rooms. Tag your pho­tos on social media with #osmo mag­ic to be featured.

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Additional information

Weight 1.24 kg
Dimensions 6.99 × 30.48 × 24.38 cm
Product Dimensions

6.99 x 30.48 x 24.38 cm; 1.24 Kilograms

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Number of pieces


Assembly Required


Batteries Required


Material Types


Remote Control Included


Release date

15 Oct. 2019



Date First Available

1 Oct. 2019


5 - 10 years


  1. A. Hurd

    Beware includes adverts for their oth­er prod­uctsI bought this for my Daugh­ters 6th birth­day. It is no more spe­cial that some of the free to use learn­ing resources she has been using already in the iPad. In fact it is prob­a­bly worse as the off screen resources includ­ed are a bar­ri­er (tak­ing them out and putting them away again) and the games/skills can be mas­tered more eas­i­ly else­where with­out them.There isn’t much vari­ety in each of the dif­fer­ent boxes/apps. E.g I thought there’d be var­i­ous num­ber games but there doesn’t appear to be any more than one, same with the word games.The thing I dis­like the most is that when scrolling through the dif­fer­ent games they adver­tise the apps/games which are not includ­ed in the genius pack and so the child tries to play and find out they don’t have the extra packs required for this, the extras are not cheap either!I didn’t realise all the addi­tion­al costs and adverts for add ins were going to be an issue oth­er­wise I wouldn’t have bought it and would have stuck to the old fash­ioned way of learn­ing or some free/cheaper all inclu­sive apps with no adverts.The main rea­son for buy­ing it was to get away from the in app pur­chase trap you always seem to fall down but was dis­ap­point­ed to find this was no different.Beware because if your child is any­thing like mine they’ll be nag­ging for the extra games which are not includ­ed, but I sup­pose this is what they busi­ness was bank­ing on when they designed it.I’d return it if I could but she’s played it now, it’ll prob­a­bly just gath­er dust before we decide to get rid of it in a few months.

  2. Ama­zon Customer

    You will not regret it.OK so I ordered this yes­ter­day, it came deliv­ered by Prime so arrived by 4pm today. What can I say? This is an incred­i­ble prod­uct and it’s well worth every pen­ny. Now that schools are closed, I am hav­ing to work from home. This will pro­vide a bril­liant “vir­tu­al teacher” if you like by means of keep­ing my 5 year old occu­pied whilst I do my role. There is only so much “activ­i­ty sheets” and toys a child can play with but when kids are obsessed with tech­nol­o­gy and this is so inter­ac­tive. She is enjoy­ing the maths game. We have got around not hav­ing the cre­ative pack­age by draw­ing on pieces of paper instead. 10/10. Espe­cial­ly with keep­ing our children’s brains work­ing dur­ing this awful time.

  3. Cre8ed

    Great fun & learn­ingI am real­ly impressed with the qual­i­ty of this prod­uct, my 5 year old loves it. Not too inter­est­ed in the word game at the moment, but loves the num­bers and tan­gram. I pur­chased ‘piz­za co’ and ‘cod­ing awbie’ sep­a­rate­ly and he loves these too.All the osmo apps are free but you do need the osmo stand and reflec­tor for the iPad or tablet (we use iPad). I did not buy the base for mon­ster app, we found a white board or paper (but you have to keep using a new piece of paper with each draw­ing) did the job (sor­ry osmo) same with the new­ton app, we found the reflec­tor could see lego pieces and used this info to make the game playable with­out pur­chas­ing all the pieces. I do high­ly rec­om­mend and am sav­ing for the detec­tive board for geog­ra­phy.. well done osmo.Nothing in this starter kit can’t be done on the cheap, such as good old fash­ion pen and paper because of this it makes osmo a lot of mon­ey, but I think the next gen­er­a­tion just learn more inter­ac­tive­ly with tech. I’m hap­py because I got a dis­count at Christ­mas, I also found with research that I could save some mon­ey by buy­ing the genius starter kit and adding oth­er games that need inter­ac­tive board and pieces etc. you might find you can by the base and reflec­tor and then just get the free apps, that way you can use pen and paper for e.g. And then decide if you want to pay up. Although they do grow with this prod­uct, at least over the next 10 years!

  4. Dav.B

    Regret pur­chase, not worth the costFar too over­priced for what it is. Con­sists of a stand which does­n’t accom­mo­date pro­tec­tive cas­es, a clip with a mir­ror like sec­tion to redi­rect the cam­era, and games peices. Alot of apps have these games with­out the phys­i­cal game peices how­ev­er though these pieces add a lit­tle some­thing it was not that much to war­rant the pur­chase and it only comes with a hand­ful of app games all oth­ers also require in-app pur­chas­es which is an absolute joke giv­en the ini­tial cost for not very much.

  5. Maxy_maxx

    Needs to have more activ­i­ties at a cheap­er priceWhilst I think it’s a great and inno­v­a­tive idea to help kids learn with the use of iPads. My daugh­ter only used it twice and lost inter­est, I think what you pay for and the soft­ware it offers, it is quite lim­it­ed. And does not sup­port IPad Pro which my daugh­ter has hers upgrad­ed to.

  6. Gillyflow­er­sue

    Quick to set up and great fun to useI like the fact that our 6 year old screen addict can have oppor­tu­ni­ties for learn­ing while enjoy­ing himself.I dis­like the choice I had to make between Genius and Cre­ative. I loved the Cre­ative game in which the child’s draw­ings are pulled up onto the screen by a friend­ly mon­ster but it did­n’t seem worth buy­ing the Cre­ative pack­age just for that so I chose Genius. There are some add-on pro­grams but the only way to get the mon­ster draw­ings is to buy the whole cre­ative set. It would be bet­ter if it was more flexible.

  7. Ross Wag

    Best Christ­mas present ever!Our smart 7, near­ly 8 year old loves this. It’s been his go to since receiv­ing it as a Christ­mas gift. By far his best gift, of many!So well thought through with apps that let the par­ents know what the child has been doing.So much more than just anoth­er game.

  8. Lloyd

    A lit­tle expen­sive but great toy.A lit­tle on the expen­sive side for what it is but my son absolute­ly loves it. With him hav­ing autism the Osmo real­ly helps him learn and com­mu­ni­cate. Fast deliv­ery although it wasn’t packed into an Ama­zon box. Just a label stuck to the orig­i­nal box.

  9. AZ Cus­tomer

    Fast deliv­ery, qual­i­ty prod­uctI received it on a Sat­ur­day, which is very fast before the esti­mat­ed deliv­ery for next Tues­day. Thumps up for fast delivery.Quality prod­uct, although I found it a lit­tle dif­fi­cult to open the stor­age box­es, had to apply a bit of pres­sure to open them.I found it very easy to use with my iPad mini 2. The reflec­tor works bril­liant­ly to detect the items.My 6 yr daugh­ter loved it. I rec­om­mend it.

  10. George W.

    Dis­ap­point­ing — very lim­it­ed vari­etyRead­ing the reviews I was real­ly excit­ed about this prod­uct, espe­cial­ly with the chil­dren being home from school but it is incred­i­bly expen­sive for what you get. There is a small ben­e­fit in util­is­ing phys­i­cal items with the iPad but there is only one game offered for each item. For exam­ple maths is just one bub­ble game, the chil­dren enjoyed ini­tial­ly but it’s not last­ed more than two days and inter­est then wore off. Same with the words game, just one game. At least with the draw­ing there are sev­er­al pic­tures they can choose to draw but over­all for the best part of £100 it has held the children’s atten­tion fleet­ing­ly and it keeps encour­ag­ing them to buy addi­tion­al games but these are also shock­ing­ly expen­sive. Save your mon­ey and play some old fash­ioned games or some much cheap­er apps.

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