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Posted By KinderLab Robotics On October 31, 2017

Mother of Serendipity: Create! Bend, Build, Click, and Code

Mother of Serendipity choose KIBO as one of the their products in their Create, Bend, Build, Click and Code guides!

“With KIBO, children can create, design, decorate and bring their own robot to life – all without requiring ANY screen time. Designed for open-ended play, KIBO engages even the youngest children in active learning, letting kids make almost anything they can think of. Young children creates a sequence of instructions (a program) using the wooden KIBO blocks. They scan the blocks with the KIBO body to tell the robot what to do. They press the button and the robot comes alive! Be on the lookout for my full review in the coming days! Age 4+ Starting at $229.”

See the guide here.

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On October 27, 2017

Splash Magazines: Holiday Games & Toys Gift Guide 2017 – Fun Activities For All Ages

Check out Splash Magazine’s Holiday Games & Toys Gift Guide. KIBO included!

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On October 26, 2017

Wired: Can Robots Help Get More Girls Into Science and Tech?

This Wired article discusses how robotics can get girls more interested in STEM jobs. The statistics are amazing – just 12 percent of engineers in the United States are women. Dr. Amanda Sullivan, a research at Tufts University is included in the article describing gender differences in Science and technology. The article reads: “So Sullivan Read More

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On October 16, 2017

The Ed Tech Round Up Review: KIBO from KinderLab Robotics: Coding and Robotics for PreK-2 Students

Read on to see a KIBO review from Michael Karlin from The Ed Tech Round Up. Excerpts include: “The nice thing about KIBO, that many other similar robots don’t allow for, is that you can get incredibly complicated with the programming logic. This means that it will take significant time for students to work through Read More

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On October 10, 2017

Education Talk Radio: Learning How to Code in Early Education

Listen in on the “Learning How to Code in Early Education” radio replay of Our Chief Scientist, Dr. Marina Umaschi Bers being interviewed by Education Talk Radio. In the interview, Marina discusses the importance of providing coding instruction in early childhood to gear students up for 21st century learning. Listen the full replay now!