If your son or daughter has an interest in designing structures and exploring how machines work, our Engineering programs in Naperville 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. Buddying up with a partner, kids take on a new project each session, such as designing and building one of seven possible bridge types using K’NEX® pieces or constructing a machine with LEGO® bricks. It’s an awesome way for your child to learn important 21st century skills that can make a big impact in the classroom and beyond!
Put STEM Skills First
Building, deconstructing and experimenting with cool creations means kids have a blast with our Engineering program in Naperville while developing important skills in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). Through hands-on exercises and collaboration with classmates, your child will also strengthen his or her problem solving and critical thinking skills. Help set your child up for greater success: register today!▼
A Unique 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. We also provide regular email communication to keep you informed of the course’s progress and your child’s work. You’ll get to see your son or daughter’s handiwork, learn about the STEM concepts explored and preview next week’s project. It’s the perfect way to encourage and celebrate your child’s success!
Our Engineering Programs in Naperville Cover:
- Hands-on learning in which students design, create and optimize a range of different machines and structures using LEGO® and K’NEX® pieces.
- A STEM-focused curriculum that emphasizes valuable 21st century skills.
- Projects that demand teamwork, foster friendships and promote useful collaborative skills.
- Wrap-up activities at the end of each session that reinforce the concepts learned in class.