If tinkering with machines and making structures is your child's idea of a good time, our Engineering programs in Round Rock could be just what you need to help your son or daughter's imagination soar. With interactive and educational exercises, our courses will promote creativity while also teaching essential engineering concepts. Your child will take on an exciting new project in each session, partnering up with a friend to build LEGO® machines or design structurally sound bridges using K’NEX® pieces. It’s a great way to establish a foundation of strong skills your child will need for success in the 21st century 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! Our interactive, engaging activities will also assist your son or daughter in developing strong critical thinking and problem solving skills. Make sure your child is set up for success: register today!▼
A Personal Way to Learn
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. We also provide regular email communication to keep you informed of the course’s progress and your child’s work. You’ll be able to see what your son or daughter is working on, gain an understanding of the importance of STEM concepts and get a sneak peek at next week’s project. It’s a great way to share and celebrate your child’s success!
In Round Rock, our Engineering programs teach:
- A thorough STEM curriculum that encourages the development of valuable 21st century skills.
- Hands-on projects like designing and building new structure models with LEGO® bricks and gadgets with K’NEX® pieces.
- Collaborative learning that involves an emphasis on teamwork and camaraderie.
- Wrap-up activities at the end of every session to reinforce STEM skills developed in class.