Osmo and Hour of Code Week 2020 – Day 4
Research shows that kids can pick up programming concepts before they know how to read and write. In fact, their brains are more receptive to computer languages at a young age, just like foreign languages. And when you add in playtime, it’s even more natural. For our final Hour of Code activity this year, let’s get musical! Use Osmo Coding Jam to learn about subroutines in code. Check out the activity here.
Remember, just because this year’s Hour of Code event is over doesn’t mean you have to stop learning about computer science! Osmo’s Coding Family has more than 35 levels filled with opportunities to build problem-solving and logic skills while learning the basic concepts of coding – all year long.
Osmo merges tactile exploration with innovative technology, actively engaging children in the learning process. With a wide range of digital-physical fun learning games, kids can learn math, science, coding, geography, and so much more. Beyond learning core skills, your kids also hone their creativity, curiosity, and drive to learn.
Osmo has been adopted in over 30,000 classrooms in 42 countries around the world! To learn more about our games, check the rest of our website. You’ll find several kids’ educational games and interactive kids’ games that could even serve as wonderful holiday gifts for kids.