We do and we LOVE our Osmo station in our classroom! I originally heard about Osmo on Facebook…I think. It may have shown up as a sponsored ad on my page but honestly, I can’t remember. It was during Christmas break last year and to be honest, I originally thought it was a Google game because of the colors in the logo. It isn’t but I bought one and am so glad I did. You need an Ipad to put in the base and there is a little red mirror that sits over the camera. This makes the table, or any hard surface, the playing field, ergo, no touching the screen and multiple players, win. win. There are several games, Numbers, Words, Tangrams, Coding and Pizza Co. I use Words as a center for reading and Numbers (which has both number and dot tiles for subitizing) for a center during Math. Lately, we have been focusing on our new game, Coding. I love how this game is all about sequencing and uses pieces that have magnets that easily snap together. To keep track of who has played each game and who needs to have a turn, I made some sign-in sheets. I store the clipboard for each game at the Osmo station. If you want to check out these sign-in sheets, I’ve put them up for sale in my Teachers Pay Teachers store which you can snag by clicking here.