Sylvan’s Engineering courses in the Providence and New Bedford region make learning fun! Your child will have an amazing time working on a different hands-on project every week, such as constructing cool machines or bridges using LEGO® bricks or K’NEX® pieces. Your child’s creativity will soar to new levels as he or she works with a buddy to put together these unique creations and challenges other students to friendly games and competitions. It’s a novel way for your son or daughter to develop critical 21st century skills while solving problems just like an engineer!
21st Century Programs
Beyond being big on fun, our Engineering programs in the Providence and New Bedford region are also designed to equip your child with valuable STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) abilities. Through creative activities, immersive learning and group collaboration, your child will build valuable problem solving and critical thinking competencies that can make a lasting impact both academically and personally!▼
Is There an Aspiring Engineer in Your Family?
From building sophisticated structures to testing, deconstructing and redesigning them all over again with a better solution, your child will be thinking and problem solving like a real engineer! Our hands-on programs are a fun and innovative way to help your eager inventor understand essential science, architectural and engineering concepts while getting creative and firing up his or her imagination in the process. Parents can also have fun learning about the cool new things students learned in class through our regular email communication. We will also provide a preview of the upcoming week’s project so you and your child can gear up for the next cool activity!
Our Engineering courses in the Providence and New Bedford region feature:
- Interactive activities, from constructing machines with LEGO® bricks to designing bridges with K’NEX® pieces.
- A 21st century curriculum that focuses on equipping students with STEM skills.
- A supportive educational environment, featuring a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and no more than 12 students per class.
- Ongoing email communication to keep parents in the loop throughout the program.