If your son or daughter has an interest in designing structures and exploring how machines work, our Engineering programs in Jacksonville could be a great way to help inspire your child’s imagination! Our interactive courses give kids the opportunity to have fun and stretch their creative muscles while mastering a variety of engineering concepts. Kids work on different projects every week, teaming up with a partner to design and build K’NEX® bridges or complicated LEGO® machines. 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!
Develop Essential 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! 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. Give your child the tools he or she needs to succeed: 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. We’ll also keep you informed about your child’s projects with regular email communication. You’ll get to see what your son or daughter created, understand which STEM concepts were explored and take a look at the next session's theme. It’s the perfect way to encourage and celebrate your child’s success!
In Jacksonville, our Engineering programs teach:
- Collaborative activities that foster friendships and help your child improve his or her ability to work with others.
- Hands-on learning that involves working with LEGO® and K’NEX® to design and build structures.
- An innovative STEM-based curriculum that helps students develop strong skills relevant in the 21st century.
- Wrap-up activities following every session to fortify concepts learned during class.