Learn the 6 Key Benefits of Using Robotics with Your Early Learners
Learn more about the benefits of introducing coding, robotics, and engineering into early childhood classrooms and curricula. Teaching and integrating robotics and coding to early learners is easier than you may think, with hands-on, screen-free coding robots like KIBO. Get your FREE White Paper today!
With KIBO, 4- to 7-year-olds can build, program, decorate and bring their own robots to life! This educational robot for kids appeals to technically minded kids, those that connect to arts and culture and those interested in physical activity.
The benefits of using robotics with early learners allow for them to become engineers, designers, programmers, artist, and writers – Anything they want to be!
KIBO is available in various Classroom Packages, which includes our Curriculum Materials. In addition, individual coding robot kits, programming blocks, and modules can be purchased a la carte for the best learning development experience.
Fun and Playful STEAM Learning
KIBO can integrate itself into multiple disciplines and school curriculum including math, science, literacy, music, dance, arts, crafts, storytelling, natural sciences, and even social studies. KIBO can bring to life just about any topic!
Programming without Screens or Keyboards
KIBO lets kids’ imaginations soar – all without requiring screen time on PCs, tablets, or smartphones. Sound sensors, light bulbs, motors and wheels bring their KIBO robot to life.
Coding is play!
Early learners code with wooden building blocks to create sequences and understand the design process. KIBO can look and behave differently, every time you use it!
“Look, look what I did. I made it myself!”
“It is not a robot. It is something that you can program to do what you want. It is much better!”
- 5-Year Old
“My daughter loved it because she and her friends created a puppet show and the puppets sang and danced.”
“I really was scared and skeptical, and then when my son tried it, I was just blown away with how great everything was and the kinds of things he was able to do.”
- Mother of a 4-Year Old