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LEGO Brick Challenges Classes for Age 6-11

Within one year since launching this program in early 2018, we already had 195 students experiencing our Bricks Challenge programs. Hear from some of our happy parents on how this program benefits their kids! And yes, we do provide student progress report card for every term ending, with photos of the models that the students built and assessing them based …

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LEGO Bricks Challenge Demo Class (Age 6-11) @ Novena

Attn: Parents with kids age from 6 to 11 Our Award Winning LEGO Robotic S.T.E.M Program Will Provide Your Kids To Learn in a Fun and Interactive Way That They Do Not Even Realized that They Are Learning Everything They Need To Know About Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics. Demo Class Schedule:     Start Date Date Time Age Group Program …

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LEGO Bricks Challenge Demo Class (Age 6-11) @ Katong

Attn: Parents with kids age from 6 to 11 Our Award Winning LEGO Robotic S.T.E.M Program Will Provide Your Kids To Learn in a Fun and Interactive Way That They Do Not Even Realized that They Are Learning Everything They Need To Know About Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics. Demo Class Schedule: Start Date Date Time Age Group On-going Saturday 10.30am-11.45am …

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Serangoon Nex Roadshow

Young Engineers was at Serangoon Nex Atrium for a 6 days roadshow from 28 Aug- 2 Sep 2018. Many parents dropped by our booth to enquire about our weekly classes and holiday programs. We have also had crowds coming from Chess Academy, Young Nautilus and Code Evolution that made this event enjoyable as kids get a taste of all the …

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What is STEM?

What is STEM? At it’s most basic, STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. But STEM education is far more than just sticking those subject titles together. It’s a philosophy of education that embraces teaching skills and subjects in a way that resembles real life. How is STEM Education Important?  The key component of STEM is integration. Instead of …

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Hougang Mall Roadshow

40 kids participated in our mini Brick Challenge at Hougang Mall from 8-14 June 2018 We have ended another fruitful roadshow, this time at Hougang Mall which is only 3-5 min walk to our Young Engineers Center at “The Midtown”. Here are some of the photos taken from our participants with a guided build selected from our library of different …

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May/June 2018 In-House Holiday Workshops

We had 22 Young and Aspiring Engineers signing up for our holiday workshops over 3 days. Below are some of the highlights of the events. Who is Leonardo Da Vinci? Who is the Inventor of first aircraft? What makes the airplanes fly?   Above are all the challenges the kids are solving for their Science Workshop. What is a pendulum and where do …

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March Holiday Workshop

Science Workshop: Recommended for Age 9-11 Date: 14 March 2018 Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm Duration: 3 hours Contents: In this Camp, children will learn the laws and concepts of the world of science, math and engineering, through a combination of learning and challenging construction experience combined with experiments. Lesson Topics cover: speed increasing transmission, gear ratio, air flow. Super Hero Workshop: …

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The Lever Principle Lesson

Archimedes Lever Fulcrum Principle “Give me a place to stand, and a lever long enough, and I will move the world.” Lever & Fulcrum This is our third lesson as we cover on the first simple machine. Back in 2000BC Egypt, people were expected to lift 100ton of weight without powered machines Archimedes, the famous mathematician invented the lever and …

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The Catapult Lesson

The medieval Times Catapult A walk-through the medieval times, learning of the catapult and it’s invention. Catrice It is really fun building the catapult and learning about the medieval times. Mariam This is the Catapult I have built. Today we learnt a few principles on energy. This with the elastic band pulled backwards is known as potential elastic energy.   …

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