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 Charlottetown. With interactive and educational exercises, our courses will promote creativity while also teaching essential engineering concepts. Your child will take on an exciting new project in each session, partnering up with a friend to build LEGO® machines or design structurally sound bridges using 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
Your child will not only have fun building and experimenting with cool creations: he or she will also have the opportunity to master a range of important STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts along the way! Our interactive, engaging activities will also assist your son or daughter in developing strong critical thinking and problem solving skills. Register today to help set your child up for greater success!▼
Personal Attention and Regular Updates
Sylvan has a maximum student-to-teacher ratio of 6:1 — and a maximum class size of 12 students — so you can expect us to provide the personalized learning experience and one-on-one attention your child needs to thrive. We’ll also keep you informed about your child’s projects with regular email communication. You’ll get a closer look at your son or daughter’s handiwork, find out what kind of STEM concepts have been explored, and see what's in store for the next session. In other words, it’s a great way to celebrate your child’s success!
Our Engineering Programs in Charlottetown Cover the Following:
- A cutting-edge STEM curriculum that equips students with valuable 21st century skills.
- Hands-on learning that includes designing, testing and redesigning LEGO® machines and K’NEX® bridges.
- Collaborative projects that foster camaraderie and help your child develop important teamwork skills.
- Wrap-up activities at the end of each session that reinforce the concepts learned in class.