Posted By christina On February 23, 2018
Toys, Tots, Pets & More (TTPM) conducted an editorial review of KIBO.
The reviewer says, “There are many ways for kids to get creative with this set, and young kids will like exploring all the things they can make their KIBO robot do. This set is well suited to kids in the recommended age range because it’s all about hands-on exploration without the use of screentime, offering an age-appropriate way to introduce some STEM concepts.“
Check out the review and video below.
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On June 12, 2014
In this article, Why Kids Learn Better Playing with Robots, Jenn Choi describes KIBO and how it motivates children to learn. The article reads in part: I love KIBO. It is one of those toys that ranks up there alongside brainy toy greats such as the Etch-A-Sketch, Froebel Gifts, and LEGO. These are examples of Read More
Posted By christina On February 15, 2018
Listen in on an interview of CEO, Mitch Rosenberg while at a recent toy event. Fred Fishkin interviews Mitch to find out more about KIBO, why it has been developed, and the history of KinderLab Robotics.
Posted By christina On January 30, 2018
KIBO is one of the tools featured in the Tech & Learning’s summary of new tools for schools. The article includes: KinderLab KIBO is a robot kit designed for young children aged 4–7 years old. The KIBO robot kit comes with a buildable robot; 14 programming blocks; three sensor modules (light, sound, and distance); a Read More
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On January 29, 2018
In this article “Coding as a Literacy for the 21st Century“, Marina Umaschi Bers, our co-founder, Professor at Tufts University, and director of the DevTech research group. describes the new educational landscape and how coding should be included as a literacy. She continues, “One of the goals of education is to help people think creatively Read More