Our Engineering courses in the Washington, DC region offer an unforgettable experience! Your son or daughter will have a great time tackling a new interactive project each week, including building, testing and rebuilding bridges and machines using K’NEX® pieces or LEGO® bricks. Watch your child’s creativity flourish and confidence soar as he or she teams up with a partner to build these cool structures and participates in fun games and friendly competitions with other students. Your child will be solving problems just like an engineer in no time — and developing vital 21st century skills too!
A 21st Century Education
In addition to offering big-time fun and excitement, Sylvan’s Engineering programs in the Washington, DC region also provide your child with opportunities to learn important STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) competencies. Through a combination of hands-on learning, teamwork and creative projects, your child will develop valuable critical thinking and problem solving abilities that can make a positive difference in school and beyond!▼
Is Your Child a Budding Engineer?
From constructing multifaceted structures to testing and rebuilding them in order to try out a different solution, your son or daughter will be taking on challenges just like a real engineer! Our immersive courses provide the ideal environment for your aspiring engineer to learn foundational science, architectural and engineering concepts while firing up his or her creativity and imagination throughout the process. Parents won’t be missing out on the fun either: we send regular email communication so you can stay informed of your child’s progress. We’ll also send a sneak peek of next week’s project so your family can get excited for the next activity!
Sylvan’s Engineering programs in the Washington, DC region provide:
- Practical, hands-on projects that range from designing machines using LEGO® bricks to building different bridge types with K’NEX® pieces.
- A 21st century education designed to equip your child with STEM skills.
- An intimate classroom setting, including a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio and no more than 12 students per class.
- Weekly email communication to keep parents involved and informed.