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Posted On November 18, 2018 in Media Coverage

Splash Magazines: Children’s Fashion, Toys & Games Holiday Gift Guide 2018 – Fun Finds to Fill the Home

KIBO is included in Splash Magazine’s Holiday Gift Guide – Children’s Fashion, Toys & Games Holiday Gift Guide 2018 – Fun Finds to Fill the Home. Check out the KIBO listing.

Posted On November 15, 2018 in Press Releases

KinderLab Robotics Announces Lower Pricing and a New Introductory KIBO Robot Kit Just in Time for the Holiday Season

The redesigned kits inspire kids ages 4–7 to create, design, decorate, and bring their robots to life—all without requiring screen time (Washington, DC) November 15, 2018 — Today at the 2018 NAEYC Annual Conference, KinderLab Robotics, the creators of the KIBO™ robot kit, announced changes to two of their introductory robot kits. The entry-level KIBO Read More

Posted On November 13, 2018 in Media Coverage

TechRepublic: STEM and STEAM gifts for kids: The top holiday picks

KIBO is thrilled to be part of the “TechRepublic’s STEM and STEAM Gifts for Kids round up. The article reads in part: “There’s no shortage of excellent tech toys to get kids fired up about STEM and STEAM subjects. This ebook offers a wide array of challenging and creative products to give you some gift Read More

Posted On November 8, 2018 in Child's Play Newsletter

November 2018 Child’s Play Newsletter

Welcome to the fall edition of the Child’s Play Newsletter! We hope you have been enjoying this beautiful season. We are excited to announce a new (and FREE) floor map curriculum guide “Maps, Measurement, and Make-Believe – An Introduction to Floor-Map Activities with the KIBO™ Robot.” Download the free guide today and start using the Read More

Posted On November 7, 2018 in Media Coverage

eSchoolNews: 3 Ways to Tell Stories with Robots

See Amanda Puerto ‘s article describing her use of the KIBO robot with her young learners at the KID Museum in Maryland. She uses storytelling to help introduce programming concepts and a hands-on way to teach them coding and robotics. She shares three different ways educators can make that powerful connection among kids, robots, and Read More