I agree with Moms and Castlemaid. This is not the time to be experimenting with a raw diet as you could do a lot of damage to a growing pup. I would continue with kibble at this point, and maybe give some raw at times, something easy like chicken feet or necks, and then just take your time and do a lot of research about raw feeding before you start.
It's not as complicated as it may seem, but it's important that you don't leave anything out, like bones (they have to be edible bones to count) or organs, and they should be fed in or close to the percentages recommended.
Also, variety is key, so you should try to feed as many different types of meat, different cuts, bones and organs as you possibly can, but not until your dog is used to eating raw meat and his stools are normal, or he'll get the squirts.
I have also been feeding raw for many years, and will always continue with that because I think that's the healthiest option for most dogs, but I still wouldn't hesitate to switch to kibble or a home cooked diet if that worked better for the dog.
Not sure about the amount of kibble for a tiny puppy, but I've always fed my puppies at least 4 times a day at that age, and I always add a little yoghurt or kefir to build up the good bacteria.
Good luck with your new pup, and don't forget to post some pics!