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  • 29 Mar

    Deflectors and Understanding Angle of Incidence

      What is a deflector, and what does it do? Deflectors are one of our customers’ favorite ramp accessories, but once in a while a teacher comes into possession of a Deflector they didn’t originally order, and they call us to ask what is it? what does it do? why do I have this? If you’ve […]

  • 27 Mar

    SXSWedu: Fostering the Maker Movement in Early Childhood Education

    On March 8th, Kodo founder Chris Hume presented at SXSWedu alongside National Head Start Executive Director Yasmina Vinci, Divisional Director Head Start and Early Head Start Wassy Tesfa, and Lisa Brahms, the Director of Learning and Research at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. The distinguished panel addressed Fostering the Maker Movement in Early Childhood Education. Says […]

  • 27 Mar

    Flexnest, an SDSU and Kodo Collaboration Project, Receives National Award

    Flexnest Recognized as Best in Category for “Design As Idea” It is with pride and excitement that we announce that the Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC) National Conference recently gave national recognition to Flexnest, a project collaboration between South Dakota State University Alumni Vanny Cahyadi and Grey Waletich (now a Kodo employee!)  and Kodo Founder […]

  • 15 Mar

    Kodo’s CAEYC Pre-Sale and Booth Specials

    We hope to see you next week at the California AEYC annual conference in Ontario, CA! Be sure to stop by booth #329 so you can explore our hands-on investigative tools. Our team will be eager to explore and share our new items with you, including our Weaving Wall, Light Laboratory, and other open-ended manipulatives. We […]

  • 26 Feb

    Kodo Founder to Discuss the Maker Movement in Early Childhood Education at SXSWedu

      On March 8th, 2017, Kodo Kids Founder, Chris Hume, will be presenting on a panel at SXSWedu in Austin. We interviewed the creative mastermind behind nearly all of Kodo’s products to learn more about his participation, perspective, and what we can expect from the event. Chris – thanks for taking the time to sit […]

  • 18 Jan

    Learning Through Play: 21st Century Skills in the Preschool Classroom

    This blog is part 2 in a series by Nancy Brown, retired early childhood educator and friend of Kodo. Read Part 1 here: Questions About the Changing Roles of Teachers Learning Through Play in Preschool Preschool teachers are fortunate. We don’t have to tell children to do their work before they can play. We know that […]

  • 17 Jan

    Kodo’s TV Debut on Treehouse Masters

    Kodo’s Wind Tunnel Appears on Episode “Nature’s Super HQ” If you were watching Animal Planet last Friday night, you may have noticed an exciting surprise – Kodo’s Wind Tunnel made its TV debut on Treehouse Masters! The episode was titled “Nature’s Super HQ” and told the story of For Mar Nature Preserve in Flint, Michigan. The […]

  • 10 Jan

    See Kodo on an Exciting New Episode of Treehouse Masters!

    This Week on Treehouse Masters: Kodo Donates Educational Materials to Flint, MI Nature Preserve Last summer, Treehouse Masters approached us with a proposal: they were on a mission to create “Nature’s Super Headquarters” for a community in need and wanted Kodo to be involved. We were thrilled that they considered us to help furnish this outdoor […]

  • 21 Dec

    VIDEO: Happy Holidays from Kodo!

    Happy Holidays, Kodo Friends! 2016 was a huge year for us at Kodo – we welcomed many enthusiastic new faces to our team, developed a relationship with our new partners, Dusyma, who are introducing Kodo products into Germany in Spring 2017, and we added tons of new products to our offerings! In just a few […]

  • 13 Dec

    Questions About The Changing Roles of Teachers

    This blog is part 1 in a series by Nancy Brown, retired early childhood educator and friend of Kodo Young children joyfully learn through play. We see it in action every day in our programs. So what is the role of the teacher today? How often do teachers step in, or engage in direct instruction? […]