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Elementary Students Start their Day with Interactive Fun

KDS DAR Elementary Learning Resource teachers are excited to have access to Milo, an interactive robot from RoboKind, an education technology company that builds next generation assistive robots and social-emotional curriculum for autistic students.


Milo is used during “Breakfast Buddies” time to help reinforce social skills lessons during breakfast time as a way to start the day and help prepare students for the social skills they will need.  Instead of students entering class and having a worksheet waiting on them to be completed (which can be overwhelming to many), students are excited to work with Milo, and that excitement keeps students engaged and on task. That powerful and purposeful start to the day has a ripple effect that follows students throughout the rest of the day and keeps them excited about the learning after “Breakfast Buddies”.




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