With our Engineering programs in Maple Ridge, you can help your child's imagination soar as he or she builds structures and tinkers with technology. Our interactive courses are a fun — and educational — way to inspire your son or daughter’s creativity while he or she learns a number of important 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. There’s no better way for your child to develop 21st century competencies he or she will need for success in the classroom and beyond!
Developing Critical STEM Skills
Building, deconstructing and experimenting with cool creations means kids have a blast with our Engineering program in Maple Ridge while developing important skills in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). Your son or daughter will also leave with improved critical thinking and problem solving skills thanks to plenty of hands-on, collaborative activities. Make sure your child is set up for success: register today!▼
Personal Attention and Regular Updates
Since all of our classes have a maximum of 12 students per class, you’re can rest easy knowing your child is getting the personal attention he or she needs to flourish. We’ll also keep you up to date with your child’s progress with regular emails about projects and activities. 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. In other words, it’s a great way to celebrate your child’s success!
In Maple Ridge, our Engineering programs teach:
- A STEM curriculum that focuses on critical 21st century competencies.
- Hands-on learning in which students use LEGO® and K'NEX® pieces to design, test and redesign various machines and structures.
- Collaborative projects that help your child gain teamwork skills and make new friends.
- Sessions that end with wrap-up activities to consolidate the concepts learned in class.