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Posted On May 20, 2018 in Media Coverage

Greenfield Recorder: Charlemont library gets grant for ‘Tyler Tech’

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 On May 15, 2018 in Media Coverage

New York Parenting: Crack the Code

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

Posted On April 27, 2018 in Media Coverage

EdSurge: When Robots Teach Kids Computational Thinking—and Kindness

In this EdSurge article, authored by Bryan Flaig, the science and mathematics instructional coach for the Redwood City School District in Redwood City, CA, Bryan delves into merging computational skills with social-emotional development using programs like KIBO and ScrathJr. Bryan continues, “One phrase we often use in our district is, “It’s not about the robot.” Read More

Posted On April 19, 2018 in Child's Play Newsletter

April 2018 Child’s Play Newsletter

Hello and welcome to the Spring edition of the Child’s Play Newsletter! While it doesn’t quite feel spring-like in the cold northeast, the robins have started to sing and the crocuses are emerging. Spring is coming! The end of school year will soon be upon us and the kids must be anxious for the year Read More

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Nibletz: ISTE 2018: KinderLab Robotics Meets Rigorous Review Standards to Join STEMworks Database

In Nibletz’s ISTE 2018 preview, they cover the news that KinderLab Robotics has been added to the STEMworks database. The article reads in part: “KinderLab Robotics and STEMworks both aim to develop 21st-century skills by providing effective STEM education and inspiration.” See the full article.