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Posted On August 28, 2018 in Press Releases

KinderLab Robotics Announces New KIBO Guidebook to Enhance STEAM Education

New curriculum guide provides lesson plans and setup instructions for self-directed robotics activities for young learners in activity centers and makerspaces (Waltham, MA) August 28, 2018 — KinderLab Robotics today expanded its KIBO™ curriculum suite by introducing KIBO Activity Center Guidebook: Activities and Setup Recommendations for a KIBO Activity Center. For teachers implementing an activity Read More

Posted On August 24, 2018 in Child's Play Newsletter

August 2018 Child’s Play Newsletter

Welcome to the Back to School edition of the Child’s Play Newsletter! We hope you have had a wonderful summer and are rejuvenated for the new school year. We realize it is a busy time with summer ending and fall on our doorstep, so we want to keep this newsletter short and focused on just Read More

Posted On August 15, 2018 in Blog

Robots in Early Learning – Coding Teaches the Literacy of the 21st Century

In this new blog series, we share key reasons why robotics should be incorporated in early learning classrooms. In this blog, we are focusing on Key #1 – Coding Teaches the Literacy of the 21st Century. Keep an eye out for subsequent blogs on the importance of robots in early learning with STEAM learning tools! Read More

Posted On August 2, 2018 in Blog

View from the Classroom – Using Programmable Robots with Young Learners

Robin Ricketts, Computational Thinking and Robotics Teacher from The Steward School in Richmond, VA shared her experience using KIBO during second grade Greek Mythology instruction entitled “Greek Gods and Robots”. In using KIBO, the programmable robot for kids, Robin witnessed the success of this Greek project for their students. “We wanted to plan an experience Read More

Posted On July 25, 2018 in Media Coverage

SmartBrief: Grow SEL Skills Through Robotics

In this SmartBrief, Inc. article, “Grow SEL skills through robotics“, Bryan Flaig discusses how Computer Science and SEL skills go hand-in-hand. Bryan states, “When working with robotics, I also see students develop basic problem-solving skills, which contribute to building their social-emotional intelligence. Do they hit a place in the task where they feel frustrated or Read More