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Posted On March 27, 2020 in Media Coverage

Getting Smart: How Hands-On Robotics Brings Science Lessons to Life

In this article, two creative educators from Massachusetts, Barbara Tennyson from Needham Public Schools, and Katie Blagden from Beverly Public Schools, share their use of KIBO in bringing their life sciences instructions to life. They describe that is is sometimes difficult to incorporate hands-on learning into earth and life science units. Many life science units Read More

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USA Today: 32 Incredible Coding Toys That Every Kid Will Want

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 Read More

Posted On March 25, 2020 in Blog

Art and Science Join Forces to Bring Kids Storytelling Alive through Code

Teaching code comes with challenges regardless of who the student is. The language of code is abstract and often takes years of study and practice to master for advanced learners. In teaching code to children, the focus has to be anchoring the simplest ideas behind the abstract language of code to basic concepts that they Read More

Posted On March 10, 2020 in Media Coverage

3WTKR News: Virginia Beach Public Libraries Offer Free Classes on Computer Basics & Coding

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