Enhance SEL Skills and help Learning Loss

This whitepaper dives into how the KIBO robot helps your young learners develop their SEL skills as well as assist with learning loss.

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KIBO develops young learners' SEL skills and can help with learning loss.

Age-appropriate, cross-curricular tools and resources allows students to practice SEL skills like collaboration and teamwork, and recover lost ground in math, literacy, and more with cross-curricular STEAM lessons.

    KIBO says Hi!

    Meet KIBO

    With KIBO, your elementary aged students can build, program, decorate and bring their own robots to life!

    While learning STEAM concepts, your young learners become engineers, designers, programmers, artists, and writers – Anything they want to be!

    Why KIBO?

    • Fun and Playful STEAM Learning

      KIBO can be integrated into any subject or activity – including math, science, literacy, music, dance, arts, crafts, storytelling, natural sciences, and even social studies. KIBO brings your instruction to life!

    • Programming without Screens or Keyboards

      KIBO lets kids’ imaginations soar – all without requiring screen time on PCs, tablets, or smartphones. 

    • Coding is Play!

      Kids code KIBO with programmable wooden building blocks to create sequences. KIBO then acts out the sequence, and with arts and crafts, the robot turns into anything the child wants it to become.