Check out this article from The Atlantic! This is exactly what CURiBOT is all about: listening and learning.
CURiBOT is great to listen to while working on projects.
Sometimes learning about science can feel a lot like homework. But it doesn’t have to be boring especially when you follow the adventures of CURiBOT, a super inquisitive robot, Alberta the cat and the Professor. This dynamic trio uncovers so many fun and interesting facts as they zoom back in time, through the insect world and solar system, it doesn’t feel like learning at all.
Check out these 3 cool facts. They’ll get you thinking and wanting to know more.
Find more amazing facts in the episodes of CURiBOT Audio Encyclopedia now available for FREE, download from the iTunes App Store – https://appsto.re/us/3SE3-.i.
This audio entertainment program is made for children ages 5-9, and it’s fun for adults as well. It’s great for the entire family, especially during long commutes. After all, your kids deserve a car radio that speaks directly to them.
We invite you to check out the first episodes of the CURiBOT Audio Encyclopedia: The Solar System, Insects and Ancient Egypt. Looking forward to your feedback.
Please, email us at email@example.com to get free access to the iPhone and iPad beta version of CURiBOT app available from iTunes. Just put “Beta Testing Request” in the subject line and let us know your name.
Have you seen the movie The Martian? Our heroes travel to Mars, too… by accident. Robot Q and his cat friend Alberta get launched into space in Professor’s spaceship where they meet the planet Mars and learn about its nature. Did you know that Mars has the hugest mountain in the Solar System? It is called Olympus Mons and it is 16 miles tall. Just listen to this:
Art & Science Productions, LLC is proud to introduce our science-centered educational audio series for children age 5 to 9 that we develop with the sponsorship from the National Science Foundation.
The beta testing opportunity for the pilot episodes is coming soon, please, stay tuned!