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This month's inspiration with Cosmo
Here's a bunch of inspiration on how to use Cosmo during Easter break.
Easter Cosmo Hunt
This Easter, you can indulge in a fun and exciting game of Cosmo Hunt. It’s our version of the Easter Egg hunt!
How to play?
This activity can be played individually or in a group by taking turns.
Open the “While it’s Blue” activity.
Select the number of Cosmoids from 2 to 6. (The more Cosmoids you add, the more challenging and exciting the activity gets.)
Select the duration of the game.
Select or upload a music track.
Place the Cosmoids at varying distances, partially hidden in the garden/hall.
Find and press as many blue Cosmoids as you can before the time runs out.
You can also create a scoreboard and see who finds the highest number of the blue Cosmoids.
A new season calls for a new story! With the Seasons' Show from Twinkl in the Video Storytelling, you can learn all about what the spring looks like, the weather, plants and animals.
Did you know that each of your Cosmoids can be used as an accessibility switch to access third-party apps and games?
Here’s a fun one-Switch game you can try, the Carrot Game.
How to play?
Your task is to throw carrots into the rabbit's basket. It is not easy as the rabbit moves around and changes the distance! This game is very engaging and can help practice reaction time and attention skills.
Use a Cosmoid in the Switch Mode and set the character as Space using the Cosmo Switch Setup app. Learners can play this game individually or by taking turns.
Here’s a tip to practise Numeracy skills while playing.
Count the carrots at the beginning of the game (There are 20 carrots in total). How many carrots did you throw in the basket? How many landed on the ground?
If you are unsure of how to set up your Cosmo Switch, watch this demo.
Curious about more ideas?
Make sure to follow us on Instagram using @cosmo_filisia and go to Reels where we regularly add more interaction ideas.
New Cosmo features
Here's an overview of the new features in the Cosmo Training and the Cosmo Switch apps.
You can now filter the Cosmo Games based on the number of Cosmoids you have.
Cosmo Switch has a new light mode that lets you use it with the light off.
The new Government SEND Review proposal for England is out.
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