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Creative learning for early years
& young people with Special Education Needs

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Meet Cosmo

Cosmo is an award-winning system that changes the way that early years learners and young people with SEN train their physical, cognitive and communication skills.

• Smart, dynamic buttons
• Specialist designed iPad activities
• Curriculum based lesson plans
• Data-driven game play for the whole classroom
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What teachers say

“Cosmo is fantastic! The main thing is that students are really excited to participate. It is really helping them to do turn taking, to work together, giving directions and they are having to move a lot more”

Meighan Curran, SEN Teacher, Cricket Green School, London

“Cosmo provides an innovative resource that is simple to use, yet has layers of complexity. It has a wide range of uses, is well designed and has a strong element of fun.”

BETT awards committee

“Cosmo is simple, versatile and can be used for sensorimotor, motor, cognitive, learning, creative and communication training. It can be used individually and in groups of two or more. My student is very happy, engaged for long time and explored it without further complications or problems.”

Stavros Psaroudakis, Psychologist, Special Educator

“It is a fabulous resource to have them (students) maintain their attention for a longer period of time. They love the music, the lights, the sounds. And they love the sensory approach of the activities.”

Lisa Cull, SEN Teacher, Treloar School, Alton

“This is going to have a huge impact for our school. Cosmo can support personalised learning targets, for example if that pupil needed to navigate through the building, or join in with a group activity.”

Ed Pitcher, Head of Technology, Swiss Cottage School, Development and Research Centre

“It was really special to see my son get the system almost immediately, because usually he isn’t very willing to try something new. The main thing was that when he played with Cosmo, he was so alert, he explored and used the hand that he never uses. He showed me he can do things that I didn’t know he could.”

Marit van Tol, Parent, Netherlands

Cosmo Activities

Everyone loves music. Select between xylophone, guitar, and pan pipe sounds and play along to your favourite tunes by simply pressing the devices.

Skill areas: Visuo-motor control/ Spatial awareness/ Musical self-expression

Improvisation

Storytelling

Perform sensory stories by touching the devices and let the tales unfold. A great activity for non-verbal students and for sensory learners.

Skill areas: Sensory integration/ Sequencing/ Turn-taking/ Waiting

My Voice

My Voice lets your students record and transform their own voices, or any sound they like. Great for encouraging students to use their voices and imaginations!

Skill areas: Auditory discrimination/ Visuo-motor control/ Vocalisation

Showdown is a fast-paced competitive activity, played by 2-6 players. See who can find the most of their colour before the time runs out!

Skill areas: Collaboration/ Gross and Visuo-motor control/ Spatial awareness

Showdown

Turn Taking

Turn-Taking lets students work together to play their favourite songs. Give a device to each of your students. Each device triggers part of the song and lights up to show whose turn it is.

Skill areas: Cause and effect/ Gross and Visuo-motor control/ Spatial awareness

Memory

Memory lets students develop their problem solving and sequencing skills. Watch the light sequence, repeat it correctly and get an exciting audio-visual reward.

Visual memory/ Sequencing/ Waiting/ Speed of response

Exercise is a fun, multi-sensory activity designed to get your students moving. Place the devices around a space and start the game.

Skill areas: Attention/ Coordination/ Collaboration/ Speed of response/ Spatial awareness

Exercise

All the same

An exciting sequencing and problem-solving activity. Each time you press a cosmoid it changes colour, and you have to work as a team to make all of the cosmoids the same colour.

Skill areas: Sequencing/ Joint Attention / Collaboration / Gross and Visuo-motor control

Colour Matching

A great activity for helping students develop their colour vocabulary and shared attention skills. Collaborate with your partner, learn about colours and the notions of same and different.

Skill areas: Visual perception & discrimination/ Colour vocabulary/ Joint attention

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Order Cosmo

Every learner is different. That’s why we designed Cosmo to be hands-on, customisable and versatile. It has activities for everyone and above all, it’s fun!

• Smart, sturdy and dynamic buttons
• Specialist designed iPad activities
• Curriculum based lesson plans
• Data-driven game play for the whole classroom
• Easy to set up
• Works with iPad2, 3, 4, Mini, Air, Air 2 and the 9.7 inch iPad Pro.
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