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Cubroid Canada Blog

  • What should a STEM Toy offer? Our top 5 attributes to review a coding toy on

    Have a read for our top 5 elements to check into for any STEM toy you may purchase for your children or students.  Our focus is on our own decision to represent Cubroid within Canada, offering one of the most advanced coding toys available today.  

     

  • Cubroid Canada Goes Retail With Their STEM Robotics!

    Cubroid Canada Goes Retail With Their STEM Robotics!

    Cubroid is built upon state-of-the-art technology, delivered in an easy to use, universal block building design.  We are the most versatile learn to code product on the market!  Cubroid has combined wireless Bluetooth communications, with motors, sensors and an easy to use coding app, all together providing an easy to use STEM Education product for children aged 7+. 

  • The future job market in Canada, what does it look like? How does robotics, learn-to-code and 3D printing fit in?

    The future job market in Canada, what does it look like?  How does robotics, learn-to-code and 3D printing fit in?

    There is no question that the opportunities available to children today is staggering.  Technology continues to be responsible for many things, but variety of jobs is likely one of the most impacted areas of the human experience.  Today you can make money doing anything, well almost… 

    Here in Canada we really do need to appreciate the steps and direction and the influences that our natural resources have on our jobs market.  Technology add accesses, infrastructure and much more!  This has allowed us to keep building bigger, demanding more workers in all capacities.  

    There really is no argument to be made here, but the question becomes: what does a job look like in 10 years, 15 years?  How does technology stand to influence our jobs?

  • How does age impact STEM learning?

    I was lucky enough to have my seat neighbor share with me that their company had done a major study on the age of influence required to affect a the career choices in order to influence more girls into STEM roles.  That age was grade Three! The basics of their study suggested that if you wanted to influence a child’s choice of careers you needed to engage them before they enter grade Four. 
  • Learn to Code tools, are they all the same?

    These toys are intended to grow the minds of the superstars of tomorrow!  We need to be aware of not just, what they are learning, but also how they are learning!  So as a parent or teacher, how do we look at a toy and decide?
  • Welcoming Cubroid to Canada!

    Announcing the release of the Cubroid Canada website.  Allowing even more great ways to connect and follow along with the adventures of children in robotics!