If your son or daughter can't stop tinkering with machines and building new structures, it might be time to register for our Engineering program in Richmond Hill. Kids in our interactive courses have fun, make new friends and demonstrate their creativity while mastering a variety 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 the ideal way to learn crucial 21st century skills that can have a positive effect in and beyond the classroom!
Developing Critical STEM Skills
With our Engineering courses in Richmond Hill, your child will develop a foundation of basic STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills through fun activities involving experimenting with constructing cool creations. Through practical learning, teamwork and wrap-up activities that consolidate learning, your son or daughter will also work on developing stronger problem solving and critical thinking skills. Give your child the tools he or she needs to succeed: register today!▼
A Customized Experience
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. We also make keeping you in the know about what your child is up to a priority with regular email communication summarizing his or her 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 Richmond Hill 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.