Sylvan’s Engineering courses in the Minneapolis region make learning fun! Your son or daughter can expect to complete a different hands-on project each week, including designing, testing and tweaking bridges and machines using K’NEX® pieces or LEGO® bricks. Your child will get those creative juices flowing as he or she teams up with a buddy to build these awesome structures and challenges other teams 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
Our Engineering courses in the Minneapolis region aren’t just big on excitement: they’re also a great way to equip your child with important STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts. Through three-dimensional learning, collaborative group activities and creative exercises, your child will also develop vital problem solving skills and critical thinking abilities that can make a big impact in the classroom and beyond!▼
Attention all Aspiring Engineers
From constructing complex structures to tweaking and rebuilding them in order to test out a better solution, your son or daughter will be solving problems like a real engineer in no time! 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. We also get parents in on the fun by providing regular email communication to fill you in on the cool new projects your child worked on each week. We’ll also preview the following week’s project so you and your child can gear up for the next fun activity!
Here’s what our Engineering programs in the Minneapolis region include:
- 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.