KUBO Coding Starter Kit – Hands-on coding kit (max. 35 students)
- 12 x Robots
- 12 x Chargers
- 12 x Activity Maps
- 12 x 46 TagTiles®
KUBO Play access – Digital coding portal
- Classroom management
- Individual student access
The Classroom Bundle caters to a classroom of max. 35 students and offers personalized student and teacher access to KUBO Play.
The Classroom Bundle is an annual subscription that offers a full warranty of the KUBO hardware and lifetime service.
The tablet shown in the product images is not included in the Classroom Bundle.
For all KUBO educators, we offer self-guided videos and guides to get you started with the KUBO Robot. We have prepared a certified standard-aligned curriculum to help you plan your lessons and teach coding with ease.
Get empowered with our exclusive webinars & whitepapers and enhance the learning experience & outcomes for your students.
- A certified standard-aligned and detailed curriculum
- Over 40 cross-curricular activities, filterable by subject and students’ age
- Personalized onboarding
- KUBO Video Tutorials and Quick Start Guides
- Join exclusive KUBO webinars
“When I saw KUBO I thought it would be easy to use, but I didn’t think it would be soooo easy to use! I was up and going the day the boxes arrived. No lengthy training or tutorial needed. We got to the cool stuff right away.”
Dana Cochrane – Elementary teacher, Stilwell Grade School, US
“KUBO is very intuitive. Students can just get started and it is easy to transfer the basics they learn to more formal coding languages later. I do not have to give complex instructions because, with KUBO, kids can figure things out for themselves! It is fantastic when kids can learn through play and find out that coding, which they have heard their parents say is so hard, is actually a piece of cake for them! It is great!”
Rikke Lohman – Elementary Teacher
“One of the things we like about KUBO is that it is not only teaching coding at its most basic level to our youngest children. It can also be integrated to our math lessons, it can be integrated into our story lessons.”
Roy Coleman – Executive Headteacher