Posted By christina On June 24, 2018
Watch KinderLab’s CEO, Mitch Rosenberg, being interviewed on Boston’s Channel 7 News as part of their Urban Update segment. Learn more about the history of KinderLab and our KIBO Robot, which offers playful educational STEAM learning for children ages 4-7.
In the segment Mitch discusses the company and the importance of STEAM learning and coding for young learners!
Watch the Urban Update Video here:
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On June 7, 2018
In this article, Nadine provides her list of 7 stimulating, screen-free ideas for summer play. These indoor activities keep kids entertained. The article reads in part: “KIBO is another option for young coders, encouraging problem solving, learning and building. The KIBO set lets users build, code and decorate their very own robot- and once the Read More
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On May 22, 2018
Our CEO, Mitch Rosenberg, was recently interviewed by Simba Information. The interview, entitled, “KinderLab Introduces Robots at an Early Age” is featured in their May Electronic Education Report. The article reads: Companies are offering, and schools are considering, more options for using robots in primary education as research indicates children are capable of STEM learning Read More
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On May 20, 2018
Tyler Memorial Library in Charlemont, MA gets grant from the Rural Technology Fund, where they have used funds for the purchase of KIBO for ‘Tyler Tech’, a summer program for elementary age children to participate in STEAM activities! The article reads in part: “The whole point for me is that, not only will the kids Read More
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On May 15, 2018
New York Parenting recently reviewed the KIBO Robot and included the review in their New & Noteworthy section. The article reads: “Children have to obediently follow instructions at home and school, but with a KIBO robot, they’re giving the commands. Kids can begin to understand the basics of coding with Kinderlab Robotics’ adorable KIBO Robot Read More