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Posted On April 11, 2019 in Blog

Robotics in Early Learning – Robotics Makes Coding Tangible, Concrete…and Screen-Free!

In this fourth part of the blog series, we share key reasons why robotics should be incorporated in early learning classrooms. In this blog, we are focusing on Key #4 – Robotics Makes Coding Tangible, Concrete…and Screen-Free! Keep an eye out for subsequent blogs on the importance of robots in early learning with STEAM learning Read More

Posted On April 2, 2019 in Blog

Robotics in Early Learning – Technology Becomes the Playground

In this third blog of this series, we share key reasons why robotics should be incorporated in early learning classrooms. In this blog, we are focusing on Key #3 – Technology Becomes the Playground. Keep an eye out for subsequent blogs on the importance of robots in early learning with STEAM learning tools! To review Read More

Posted On March 28, 2019 in Media Coverage

THE Journal: Teaching STEAM without Screens

See the article entitled, “Teaching STEAM without Screens”, where Kitty Rea, from Ms. Kitty’s Harmony Road School, shares how she taught her K–4 students STEAM without using screens to learn about gray whale migration. Using KIBO, the lesson came alive! Kitty goes on to describe the planning on this research project during her STEAM camp, which covered Read More

Posted On in Child's Play Newsletter

March 2019 Child’s Play Newsletter

Welcome to the Spring edition of the Child’s Play Newsletter! We hope you and your little learners are embracing the longer and warmer days! In this newsletter, we are excited to share that our new “Growing with KIBO – A Progressive Robotics Curriculum for Grades K-2”! is being shipped! This comprehensive guide includes 60 hours Read More

Posted On March 27, 2019 in Media Coverage

BBC: RoboLife Documentary

In this BBC World Programme Documentary, RoboLife, the reporter, Mariko Oi investigates the use of robotics with young children and the elderly in Singapore and Japan. She sets off to find out just what these machines are being used for, why we need them, and what they’re really capable of. The documentary follows Mariko to Read More