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video 2018-03-12 04:51

Find Engaging Robot Kits for Kids from KinderLab Robotics

KinderLab Robotics offers high-quality and highly engaging robot kits for kids at affordable prices. Our KIBO kits are comprised of modules, programming blocks and accessories that help in overall child development.

For additional information, visit kinderlabrobotics.com/kibo/

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text 2018-02-10 09:49
How Educational Robotics Can Improve Child Development

Education robots give teachers a fun, hands-on way of introducing scientific, technological and social concepts to young children. By designing, assembling and experimenting with their own small machines, kids can strengthen their ability to follow detailed instructions and solve problems. They can also learn the value of patience and gain the confidence to tackle new subjects and challenges.


Educational robots and robotic kits can help young students:

• Develop Teamwork Skills: When kids work on a robotics-related task in their classroom, they get the opportunity to work in teams. They learn not only how to communicate and act on their ideas but to receive input from others as well. These abilities will serve them well when they enter the adult world.

• Get a Solid Grounding in Science and Technology: Robot kits provide young kids with an easy, rewarding introduction to engineering, physics and other science-related fields. Educators do not need to worry about losing certain segments of their classes: It is easy to find kits which are designed to appeal to both boys and girls.

• Get Valuable, Hands-On Experience: Connecting sensors, LED lights and other components allow kids to see the practical results of their hard work. When they put something together that can move on its own, they can begin to realize their potential.

• Discover and Pursue Their Passions: It can do wonders for a child to tap into their own creativity. If a girl or boy is more technically inclined, working with robot toys for young children will help bring that out. At the same time, artistically-minded kids will enjoy the opportunity to let their imaginations run wild. Educational robots can give children their first glimpse of what could become a life-defining passion.

Educators can use robot kits to help children develop a wide range of technical and interpersonal capabilities. Kids can create robots that respond to lights and sounds and can move without any input. When they see their work pay off in such a way, they can be encouraged to pursue and achieve greater accomplishments as adults.

KinderLab Robotics provides pre-K, Kindergarten and primary school teachers with sophisticated but fun educational robots. The company’s chief scientist and co-founder, Dr. Marina UmaschiBers, has spent the past two decades researching how technology can improve youth development.

Dr. Bers’s extensive experience led to the creation of the KIBO, a robot kit designed for 4-7-year-old kids. The KIBO won a Parents’ Choice Award and was a finalist for a Tech Edvocate Award in 2017.

About KinderLab Robotics

KinderLab Robotics offers top-quality, educational robot kits for kids. Its flagship product, the KIBO, was honored by the Tutora Educational Awards and the Tech Edvocate Awards and won a 2017 Parents’ Choice Award in the Toy category.

To purchase or learn more about KIBO kits or other exciting products, visit Kinderlabrobotics.com

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video 2018-01-31 09:48

Get Amazing Education Robots by KinderLab Robotics at Competitive Price


Parents and educators give kids dolls, teddy bears, cars and other toys to help them pass the time.  Education robots help develop skills which kids can use as adults. It is probably no secret to most teachers and parents that technology has changed the job market in dramatic ways. Through its carefully developed robot toys for young children, KinderLab Robotics works to make learning both more fun and more effective. The company’s products help children develop the skills which they will need to become engineers, artists, choreographers and more.

For more information visit - http://kinderlabrobotics.com/

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video 2017-12-27 05:14

Shop Robot Toys for Young Children from KinderLab Robotics

Robotic toys can dramatically boost the development of children critical skills and abilities starting at a very young age. KinderLab Robotics is a prominent online store offering curriculum, workbooks and assessments along with KIBO-specific training to complement the hands-on learning process and effectively boost technical skills.

For more information visit - http://kinderlabrobotics.com/

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review 2017-12-21 16:58
So much fun!
All Systems Red - Martha Wells

Fun, funny, touching.   This is about Murderbot, although he's got organic parts, so he's not full bot.   He comes from a world where bots are owned, although he's aware enough to know that he's not really happy with this concept.



He's hacked his government module, which forces him to act in certain ways, but not to actually murder anyone.   For a bot who calls himself 'murderbot', he doesn't do much murdering.   And despite everyone calling him 'it' and him being junkless, he reads male to me, which is probably one of the reasons I like him so much.   I lean straight.   So maybe I just want him to be male, so I'm imposing that on him, but it feels wrong to call Murderbot female, or use female pronouns. 


He mostly sits around, wanting to watch TV.   Except he has a job to do, and he does so half-heartedly, mostly because he hates people.   Although I think it would be more accurate to say he's an introvert forced to interact with people too much, and the people he does usually interact with treat him like shit.   So when his new job brings him into contact with people who are good and kind to him, he starts to like them. 


This is a book about what he'll do to protect them, although there's a lot more to this than that: how do we treat our machinery, especially if they have emotions?   Even self-awareness?   Can you allow others to decide what you do?    There are smaller questions nested inside this fuller story about Murderbot finding out who he is, and trying to be at peace with that given that it's everything he's been told he's not, or not supposed to be.   


Murderbot is... interesting.   Al little sarcastic, but mostly thoughtful although he tends to brush it off, pretend it's just a bit of humor or not important.   And he's a quiet thoughtful that I like, so I ended up just falling head over heels for him.    Looking forward to the sequels. 

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