LEGO® Engineering and Robotics | Virtual and in-studio

Ages 3 and up


Engineering program

This program includes a diverse curriculum that involves STEAM learning principles. It has both beginner and intermediate level lessons. One of the main goals of this program is to teach kids how to think like scientists as they build LEGO® models. At the class, we challenge kids with strategic questions to guide them through the process of applying science, technology, engineering, art, and math skills and test their ideas to answer different questions. Furthermore, the building activities will reinforce the children’s creativity as we use LEGO® models in storytelling and acting. Ages 3 and up.

How LEGO® Engineering classes benefit your kids?

✔  Hands-on multidisciplinary learning

✔  Critical thinking, logic, and reasoning

✔  Understanding and application of STEAM concepts:

  • Science

  • Technology

  • Engineering

  • Art

  • Math

✔ Promotes creativity and outside-of-the-box thinking

✔ Promotes Literacy

✔ Teamwork and soft skills

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LEGO®  Robotics

Build, code, and learn with LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0. In this class, children will explore the exciting world of robotics and coding in a hands-on, exploratory manner. This program is designed to develop students' curiosity and confidence to solve real-life problems through engaging STEAM projects. Students learn to define problems, ask questions, and design their own solutions—setting them on a path to become lifelong learners.​

Ages 5 and up

Ready for Robotics Competitions?


Competitions and showcases are a highly motivating and engaging way for students of all age groups to build their STEAM skills.

LEGO Robotics with Wedo 2.0
Gears and mechanics
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_RTeam_, First LEGO League Team

Working towards local, regional or even global events as a team is an exciting learning experience that sparks students’ interests and builds lasting memories and friendships. FIRST LEGO® League participants gain real-world problem-solving experiences through a guided, global robotics program. During competitions, students can build on their existing collaboration skills and build the essential teamwork abilities needed for success across all career paths. Ages 6 and up. Must have previous experience with LEGO® Robotics.