With our Engineering programs in Dartmouth, you can help your child's imagination soar as he or she builds structures and tinkers with technology. Not only are our courses educational, but they’re also a fun and and interactive way for your child to learn essential engineering concepts while also putting his or her creativity to good use. Collaborating with a buddy, your child will tackle a new project in every class involving anything from building intricate machines with LEGO® bricks to constructing a model of a real bridge with K’NEX® pieces. It’s an awesome way to help your child learn 21st century skills that can lead to success in the classroom and beyond!
Build Important STEM Skills
Building, deconstructing and experimenting with cool creations means kids have a blast with our Engineering program in Dartmouth while developing important skills in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). There's also plenty of collaboration, hands-on learning and wrap-up activities, enabling your son or daughter to also improve his or her critical thinking and problem solving skills. Register today to give your child a jump-start towards success!▼
A Personal Way to Learn
With a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and a maximum of 12 students per class, you can rest assured your child will receive the personal attention he or she needs to thrive. In addition, we’ll keep you in the loop with frequent email communication about your child’s projects and progress. You’ll get to see what your son or daughter created, understand which STEM concepts were explored and take a look at the next session's theme. It’s the perfect way to encourage and celebrate your child’s success!
Our Engineering Programs in Dartmouth Include:
- Hands-on learning that allows kids to get creative with LEGO® machines and K’NEX® structures.
- A STEM-based curriculum that reflects the growing importance of 21st century skills.
- The fun, camaraderie and teamwork of collaborative projects.
- Wrap-up activities that ensure the session's most important concepts are reinforced.