Learning Math: How Has It Changed Over the Years?

Math isn’t for everyone. Right? Wrong. But up until recently, most believed that they could fall into two categories: ‘math people’ and ‘non-math people’. This means that they felt that math was a skill you’re born with. This isn’t the only misconception about math. There are several other things we…

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Osmo ambassador Elizabeth Holcomb gets front-row seat at Rose Parade

When Elizabeth Holcomb was in high school, she helped out with an important job on the Rose Parade: Decorating the floats for the Kiwanis Club. Now, a first-grade teacher and Osmo/BYJUs Education All-Star, Holcomb attended the parade this year as a guest of Osmo and got some more priceless memories:…

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Holidays Month in Genius Words: Meet Artist Synthia Saint James and Illustrate Your Own Postage Stamp

Genius content refreshes every month! This December, dive into the world of winter holidays—Christmas, Diwali, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa—and the geniuses who’ve helped us celebrate them. We’ve compiled limited-time game updates, real-life genius stories, and educator-approved activities into interactive printables, designed to enhance your little kids learning. Access this week’s…

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