With our Engineering programs in Oklahoma City, you can help your child's imagination soar as he or she builds structures and tinkers with technology. 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 the ideal way to learn crucial 21st century skills that can have a positive effect in and beyond the classroom!
Build Important STEM Skills
With our Engineering courses in Oklahoma City, 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 hands-on learning, collaboration and wrap-up activities, your child will also enhance his or her critical thinking and problem solving skills. Help set your child up for greater success: register today!▼
A Unique Experience
Since all of our classes have a maximum of 12 students per class, you’re can rest easy knowing your child is getting the personal attention he or she needs to flourish. In addition, we provide frequent email updates to keep you informed about your child's progress. 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. It’s a productive way to be a part of your child’s success!
A closer look at our Engineering programs in Oklahoma City:
- 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.