September 3, 2016
I’ve had a few requests for some number tiles that fit the Osmo Numbers style. I’ve used the Geneva (Mac only) font again but this time have added an outline to simulate the bolder typeface being used in the original tiles. I doubt very much they would be recognised by the Osmo app if you used a printout of these to replace the actual tiles, but the intended use for these is to create your own Osmo Numbers resources.
If you want to match colours, the hex codes for the colours I’ve used are:
- Red: #EC4A4A
- Blue: #0677D6
- Orange: #FE892D
- Purple: #C142A5
- Pink: #E02DA0
I’ve provided these images (in various colours and sizes) as a free download – just click the blue button below to download them and start making your own Osmo Numbers teaching resources.
Download “Osmo Numbers Tiles” Osmo_numbers.zip – Downloaded 1568 times – 275 kB
February 6, 2016
For all the teachers in Iceland who want to create ‘Words for Osmo’ resources using Icelandic characters – this is for you. It is a downloadable set of blue ‘Words for Osmo’ tiles in three different sizes. Here’s a preview of what you’ll get:
Click the button below to download (and let me know if I’ve missed out any characters).
Download “Words for Osmo Icelandic Characters” Icelandic characters.zip – Downloaded 1394 times – 101 kB
January 15, 2016
In addition to the uppercase alphabet tiles I have made some lowercase tiles. I plan on using these to create a Words for Osmo game where my son has to make lowercase letters with uppercase ones, like this:
I’ve saved the images in the Osmo for Words red and blue colours in three different sizes. You can download them by clicking the button below.
Download “Words for Osmo lowercase alphabet” Osmo_lowercase_alphabet.zip – Downloaded 1614 times – 362 kB
I’ve also made some lowercase letters with accents. The preview image shows what is available in the download. These images are saved in three different sizes in the Osmo for Words blue colour.
Download “Words for Osmo Lowercase letter tiles with accents” Osmo_accented_lowercase_letters.zip – Downloaded 776 times – 303 kB
January 7, 2016
I recently bought my youngest son an Osmo interactive game system for iPad. One of the awesome things about this system is that you can create your own albums of images to be used in the ‘Words for Osmo’ app. To start off, I’ve created a set of images of the alphabet consistent with the style of the tiles used in the game. I plan on using these to create images with sight words like this:
It took me a while to find the correct font, I’m almost 100% sure that Words for Osmo uses the Geneva typeface which you will have if you use a Mac.
I’ve provided these images as a free download – just click the blue button below to download them and start making your own Words for Osmo teaching resources. Feel free to leave suggestions for further resources in the comments below.
Download “Words for Osmo letters” Words_for_Osmo_letters.zip – Downloaded 2193 times – 393 kB
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January 3, 2013
This giraffe is a combination of three blind contour drawings which were overlapped and coloured. Unfortunately, I lost the original artwork in the Sketchbook Pro app. The colours were supposed to be darker.
Blind Contour Giraffe
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