7 Coping Strategies for Kids
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7 Coping Strategies for Kids

Today, children and teens face many different issues from a variety of influences like academic, personal, extracurricular, and social pressures, all while they are also learning to develop emotionally. Children are learning to navigate new classrooms, teachers, and different expectations of teachers, family, peers, and self. 
Sphero Mini is ideal for a variety of learners or all ages and coding stages.
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Meet Sphero Mini: Teeny, Tiny Tech in a Powerful Robotic Ball

Have you ever heard the expression, “Good things come in small packages”? When it comes to robots, they’re no exception! The Sphero Mini is our tiniest, most colorful programmable robot that is the perfect tool for having fun or learning in school or at home.
How to Teach Kids to Code, Even Without a Computer
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How to Teach Kids to Code, Even Without a Computer

Knowledge of computer science and programming will become crucial in most future careers. This justifies why more than 90% of U.S parents want their children to be taught computer science, and 40% of schools have already included programming topics in their education curriculum. 
Sphero BOLT is waterproof and can be used in a pool for summer STEAM fun!
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Waterproof Sphero Robots for Summer Fun

In this guide, we cover which Sphero robots are waterproof and which are not. Let’s dive in so you can make a splash with Sphero this summer.
A class of elementary school kids look on as Sphero RVR traverses a pile of books.
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STEM Educational Resources for Every Age

Here are some of Sphero’s best educational resources for STEM learning, suitable for each age and grade level.
A boy and a girl build a pinball game out of littleBits and craft materials.
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STEM Activities and Games for Kids

When teaching STEM to children, games and fun activities can be a helpful resource to keep learners engaged, stimulated, and eager to learn.
Two girls work together on a laptop; Javascript text is on the chalkboard behind them.
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How Can I Improve My Child’s Critical Thinking Skills?

Using information available, combined with skills acquired, can help make good decisions. That’s the basic process of critical thinking. Critical thinkers can solve problems by keeping a clear mind and rational thoughts that will help you analyze a situation and make a sound decision.
A young girl codes her Sphero Mini Golf ball with a tablet.
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When’s the Right Time To Teach a Kid How To Code?

In today’s digital world, learning to code and being familiar with coding concepts are crucial parts of a child’s education. In addition to the practical applications for coding, it also provides a framework for kids to become familiar with using technology, solving problems, and applying critical thinking skills from an early age.
A girl wearing headphones works through her hybrid learning classes on her laptop at home.
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Hybrid Learning: An Educator’s Guide

When it comes to modern education, hybrid learning continues to grow in popularity — and for good reason. Providing the best of both traditional classrooms and virtual settings, hybrid learning allows students to receive flexible curriculum delivery that meets their individual learning styles and unique needs. 
Young boy coding Sphero Mini on his tablet through salt and pepper grinder.
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Six Ways Coding, Computer Science & Robots Empower Children with Autism

Can coding benefit autism? If the increased focus on computer science and coding skills in schools gives any sign, it’s good for kids in general. But there’s something extra that makes learning to code for children with autism even more worthwhile. 
Students engaging with a Sphero BOLT programmable robot in the classroom.
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The 3 Best Programmable Robot Kits for Beginners

We’ve compiled a list of our three favorite programmable robot kits for beginners so you can get started as soon as the delivery driver knocks on your door. Let’s explore each robot for kids more in-depth to learn what you can do with it! 

A boy with a clipboard leads the way for his group in a scavenger hunt.
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3 Ways To Teach Kids Problem-Solving Skills

When children encounter roadblocks in their daily lives, problem-solving skills become essential. Rather than becoming frustrated when confronted with a problem — such as dealing with peer pressure, a difficult exam, or a lost toy — problem-solving skills allow kids to manage their emotions, think creatively, and discover thoughtful solutions.