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Build. Art. Code. Play: Integrating Robotics within K-2 Curriculum

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Overview

Arts, crafts, and robotics unite for STEAM education in makerspaces and classrooms. Join Jason Innes as he introduces KIBO, a research-based, screen-free robot that kids can easily program using wooden blocks. He will show how PreK through 2nd grade students can build, program, and decorate their own robots, collaboratively and without screen-time. KIBO is a maker's palette. Jason will explain how kids can transform KIBO into anything they imagine using construction paper, pipe cleaners, cardboard, googly eyes, LEGOô bricks and more, and then bring their creation to life with code. Discover how KIBO might become an animal in its habitat for science, a storybook character in a robotic reader's theater for literacy, a dancer from another culture for music, or a school bus traveling the neighborhood for social studies.




SPONSOR: This webinar is brought to you by KinderLab Robotics . To learn more about how you can incorporate robotics into your classroom, please visit http://kinderlabrobotics.com/kibo/

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, October 13, 2018 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Sponsored, STEAM, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: arts, coding, crafts, K-2, Kibo, Kinderlabs, making, programming, robotics, robots, STEAM, STEM

Reviews (3)

 
I liked the idea of a screen free connection with children. I think children are in front of video games way to early. They need to be able to play and use their imagination. I like that KIBO doesn't resemble anything.
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