Our Toolboxes are about robots & artificial intelligence, about you as educational professionals & your everyday work in the kindergarten!

The methods, materials and media in the 12 toolboxes are designed so that they can be used in everyday kindergarten life. For this purpose, everyday play and learning activities of the kindergarten children are deliberately integrated and it is shown in which areas the materials and media already available in the kindergarten can be linked to the topic of AI.

On the one hand, the toolboxes are intended for use in an overall context, so that the learners get a comprehensive view of the topic of artificial intelligence when working through all the media. On the other hand, the toolboxes can also be used independently of each other to illustrate individual aspects of dealing with and understanding AI. Included are mainly elements for everyday kindergarten life itself, but also ideas for home and suggestions for communication with parents.

Let yourself be surprised by the contents and the learning game ideas in the project and read Toolbox #1 first

Download Toolbox #01 as PDF

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