KIBO is more than a robot kit. It allows children to make anything they want. They can use everyday materials, such as recyclables and arts and crafts, and integrate them into their KIBO projects. When getting a KIBO you also have access to lots of fun activities to do both at home and school.
Cards for KIBO Independent Exploration
These activity cards are intended for self-directed / independent exploration of KIBO in an “activity corner” setting. Rivka Heisler, SAR Academy
KIBO Bowling provides opportunities for measurement, prediction, and iteration in a fun goal-oriented activity.
Upgrading the KIBO with a pen creates a fun STEAM experience, while opening a door for advanced questions like “what drawing will this program make?” and “what program would we need to draw a particular shape?”
Geography for Yom Ha’atzmaut
Our map activity integrated the learning that was going on in the classroom about Yom Ha’atzmaut and Israel, as well as created hands on learning about the geography and map of Israel and the location of places.