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Posted By KinderLab Christina On October 29, 2021 in

Kimberly Walker

Our Lower School STEAM curriculum is designed to develop students’ digital fluency (the ability to use technology as a means of expression) and to support students’ growth as computational thinkers. KIBO is an integral part of that process and has enhanced students’ opportunities for wondering, making, tinkering, and exploration – all in support of early Read More

Posted By KinderLab Christina On March 2, 2021 in

Jane de Winter

In applying for a Maryland State Department of Education grant specifically for robotics instruction, I drew heavily on Kinderlab Robotics’ research regarding the benefits of play and creativity with KIBO. The work Kinderlab Robotics has already done to map their KIBO curriculum to CSTA Standards provided a framework for aligning my proposal with MSDE standards.

Posted By KinderLab Christina On December 17, 2020 in

Academic Choice – Evaluator 1

KinderLab has created a wonderful answer to the need for early age STEAM learning. KIBO was designed for children to build and code without requiring screen time. This element really sets KIBO apart from the rest. KIBO sparked a great conversation that led my boy into associating programming, engineering, and technology with not only KIBO, Read More

Posted By KinderLab Christina On September 27, 2017 in

Teacher – Robin Ricketts

“We are totally in love with the KIBOs and all the potential learning they hold. I keep thinking of the extensive thought that went into designing them and how that is paying off in so many ways for all the children who use them.”

Posted By KinderLab Christina On December 17, 2020 in

Academic Choice Evaluator 2

I highly recommend this STEAM robot. The coding adventures teach cooperation, coordination, reading, problem-solving, logic, organization, and much more! It would be a valuable asset to any classroom.