For kids who love to build structures and figure out how things work, our Engineering programs in Red Deer might be just the thing they need to keep their imaginations engaged. Our interactive courses give kids the opportunity to have fun and stretch their creative muscles while mastering a variety of engineering concepts. Working with a partner, your child will have the the chance to complete a variety of different projects including constructing models of real bridges with K’NEX® pieces and building machines with LEGO® bricks. It’s an awesome way for your child to learn important 21st century skills that can make a big impact in the classroom and beyond!
Build Important STEM Skills
Not only will your child have a great time constructing and deconstructing models and learning how things work in our Engineering courses in Red Deer, but he or she will also develop valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills along the way! With hands-on activities and collaborative learning opportunities, your child’s problem solving and critical thinking skills will improve as well. Help set your child up for greater success: register today!▼
Personal Attention and Regular Updates
Thanks to a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and a limit of 12 students per class, you can be sure your child is receiving the personal attention he or she needs to succeed. In addition, we provide frequent email updates to keep you informed about your child's progress. You’ll get to see your son or daughter’s creations, see which STEM concepts have been explored and learn what the next exciting project will be. It's a nice way to celebrate (and share!) your child’s successes.
Our Engineering programs in Red Deer provide:
- A focused STEM curriculum that will assist your child in developing essential 21st century skills.
- Collaborative projects that emphasize teamwork and help foster lifelong friendships.
- Hands-on learning that challenges kids to build structures with their own two hands.
- Wrap-up exercises at the end of every class to support the concepts learned in class.