Posted By christina On March 27, 2020
This USA Today article contains a round up of 32 toys, games, and kits that are aimed at teaching children how to code. We are thrilled to be part of this great group of products! You can also view a full review of KIBO.
During this time, more and more parents are looking for novel ways to keep their kids’ education on track. These products offer the useful skill of computer programming, even while home. Coding is becoming essential knowledge because the world runs on computers, and computers themselves run on code.
See the 32 toys, games, and kits that are aimed at teaching children how to code, listed here in order of age.
Read the full roundup.
Posted By christina On March 10, 2020
3WTKR News went to the Virginia Beach Public Library to learn more about the computer and coding classes that they offer to the public. They invited AnthonySabella, a reporter from 3WTKR in to learn more about their offerings and to play and code with KIBO, where they are offering a KIBO class – Coding with Read More
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THE Journal: STEM Tools, Games and Products to Engage Girls in Pre-K Through Early Elementary School
In this article, Dr. Amanda Sullivan, Ph.D., a chief researcher of KIBO, provides educators with examples of tools, games and products that can be used with girls as early as preschool to practice foundational STEM skills. Amanda received her Master’s and Ph.D. in Child Development at Tufts University in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study Read More
Posted By christina On March 4, 2020
In this article, SmartBrief sat down with Mitch Rosenberg, KinderLab’s CEO to discuss STEM, technology and Ethics. The article reads in part: Schools around the country are expanding programs with the goal of providing their students the science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics skills that will put them on the path to success in school Read More
Posted By christina On March 2, 2020
In this Noggin article, our co-founder and Chief Scientist, Dr. Marina Umanschi Bers, describes that coding isn’t just a STEM skill; it’s about playgrounds and literacy. The article reads in part: “Coding is like a playground because it’s the ability to create anything you want,” Dr. Bers said, adding that “playgrounds” support open-ended creative play, Read More