If your son or daughter has an interest in designing structures and exploring how machines work, our Engineering programs in Cambridge could be a great way to help inspire your child’s imagination! 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. Your child will pair up with a buddy to work on exciting new projects each week, such as making a LEGO® machine or constructing one of the world’s seven bridge types out of K’NEX® pieces. It’s an effective way to get comfortable with 21st century skills that are critical for success in the classroom and beyond!
Focus on Important STEM Skills
With our Engineering courses in Cambridge, learning valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) is a blast with activities that involve constructing and deconstructing building models and tinkering with gadgets. 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. Enhance your child’s chances of success: register today!▼
A Tailored Experience
With no more than 12 students per class, your child is guaranteed to benefit from a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and the personal attention needed for success. In addition, we provide frequent email updates to keep you informed about your child's progress. You’ll learn more about your son or daughter’s handiwork, see which STEM concepts have been covered and enjoy a sneak preview of next week’s project. What better way to share and celebrate your child’s success?
Our Engineering Programs in Cambridge at a Glance:
- 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.