KUBO Special Needs

KUBO GOES ON A DATE

In this blog special needs teacher Dana Cochran, describes how her grade 5 students with ASD*…


HANDS-ON LEARNING IS A GREAT WAY TO GET TO GRIPS WITH CODING

KUBO’s simple programming language really supports students’ efforts to learn the syntax of coding…


KUBO CODING SUCCESS AT USD 250

By Elishia Seals Natalie Vanderbeck’s Title Math class students have been using KUBO, a…


KUBO healthcare Image

CODING AND DESIGNING ROBOT SCENARIOS

In the real world, programming autonomous robots is about designing and implementing how one can…


KUBO hands-on learning

My students have special needs, but they all share a passion for technology

Morten Jacobsen, a special needs educator in Copenhagen, shares his experiences of using KUBO…


KUBO Tinkering village

TEACH CODING THROUGH PROJECTS AND STORYTELLING

This week KUBO curriculum specialist, Rikke Berggreen Paaskesen and class teacher Cathy Andersen…


MAKE IT EASY

  If this is what you imagine when hearing the word code?  We understand that feeling.…


ELEMENTS TO CONSIDER WHEN PRACTISING CODING WITH YOUNG STUDENTS

Every teacher aims to make learning differentiated, playful and practical. Here are a few tips…


KUBO Robot year 5-6

CODING IN ELEMENTARY: TACKLING 21ST-CENTURY NEEDS BEGINS WITH TAGTILES®

Educators just make things happen. All of you use your resources, aren’t afraid of new things,…


KUBO Story Time. Robin Hood dress up

STORY TIME

In the latest in a series of free KUBO activities, we’ve come up with some really nice…