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 Bel Air. Our courses are interactive and engaging, so your child will have a great time learning basic engineering concepts and putting his or her creativity to the test. 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 excellent way for your child to learn useful 21st century skills that will come in handy in the classroom and beyond!
Developing Critical STEM Skills
Our Engineering program in Bel Air is designed so that kids don't only have a great time as they design, build and tinker with cool creations — they also get to grips with crucial STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts along the way! Through hands-on sessions, collaborative challenges and wrap-up activities that reinforce learning, your child will also be able to work on those all-important critical thinking and problem solving skills. Help set your child up for greater success: register today!▼
A Tailored Experience
With no more than 12 students in each class — and a maximum 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio — registering your child with Sylvan means he or she will always receive personal attention. In addition, we provide frequent email updates to keep you informed about your child's progress. You’ll get to see your son or daughter’s creations, find out more about the STEM concepts learned and get a preview of next week’s project. It’s a productive way to be a part of your child’s success!
Our Engineering Programs in Bel Air Provide:
- A focused STEM curriculum that will assist your child in developing essential 21st century skills.
- Collaborative projects that emphasize teamwork and help foster lifelong friendships.
- Hands-on learning that challenges kids to build structures with their own two hands.
- Wrap-up exercises at the end of every class to support the concepts learned in class.