In the pre-pandemic world, it was estimated that 2.5 million children in the U.S. were restricted to their homes due to medical risk. Sadly, in the COVID-19 (C-19) world and post C-19 world, this number is expected to be much larger. As communities and schools return to in-person gatherings, many children will not be able to return to in-person school either due to their own health risks or the health risks of a family member. Awareness of this global reality highlights the urgent need to explore the use of inclusive technologies beyond the static screens of Zoom and online schools. As in-person schools resume, there is much we can learn from children and adolescents who pioneered the use of telerobots to not only attend school—but also to play.