THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF STEAM FUTURE 

LEGO® Engineering, Robotics, Science, and Technology

Virtual and in-studio

Ages 3-10

Ages 3-6
LEGO® 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. .

How STEAM 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

Ages 4-5
Coding with Scratch Jr.

Our little coders with learn the basics of programming logic through hands-on activities and MIT's introductory programming language. This class will take your child on an adventure in which their imagination comes to life through interactive stories and games.

Ages 4-6
Little Scientist

Little Scientist is a STEAM-based program for kids who love science and are curious about the world around them. The goal of this program is to teach students through project-based learning how to combine each of the five disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) and foster an inclusive learning environment in which all kids are able to engage and contribute.

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Robotics: Intro, Level 1 & 2

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 5-10
Robotics

Competition Teams

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. Must have previous experience with LEGO® Robotics.

Coding with Minecraft

Here we will navigate Hour of code courses and learn visual coding. Controlling our agent and discovering all the possibilities. After our structured classes, we will go into an open world where the students will put their coding skills to use and change the Minecraft world around them!

Ages 7-14
Coding

Coding with Scratch

Here we will navigate Hour of code courses and learn visual coding. Controlling our agent and discovering all the possibilities. After our structured classes, we will go into an open world where the students will put their coding skills to use and change the Minecraft world around them!

3D Pen Design

The 3D pen course is an introduction to the 3D world. It will focus on bringing drawings to life. We will begin by showing the strengths of the 3D pen and how students can use that to their advantage to take their art to the next dimension. Kids learn to draw from two or more perspectives to make complex shapes and take their art to the next dimension.

Ages 6-14
3D Design

3D Printing

Learn the fundamentals of 3D modeling through TinkerCad and move into the world of 3D printing, as we bring our creations to life. From creating architecture to developing projects for the medical industry and all the way to creating the next Triple-A game title.

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