Young Engineers Bricks Challenge Enrichment Program
Suitable for: 6-11 Years Old
Average lesson duration: 75 minutes
Young Engineers LEGO Robotic S.T.E.M education is the new 21st century education system integrating “applied learning” where students learn by engaging in direct application of skills, theories and models.
Our Bricks Challenge program introduces the 24 key concepts and scientific principles and incorporates them into the projects where in every lesson, the kids will be building a different LEGO models. When they completed the whole Brick Challenge program comprising of 30 lessons, they will be equipped with the knowledge of these 24 key scientific and engineering concepts.
For example, one of the key principles in the world of Robotic is the principle of “Symmetry”. Without a clear understanding of this principle, most kids will build a model without following this law of “symmetry” and at the end, they realized that their Robots do not work at all. Our instructors will debug with them and make them understand why it does not work.
We teach the law of “gravity” by making an elevator project and introduce Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein (guess how are they related to this law of gravity?)
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Students will be using our Young Engineers exclusive LEGO kits & Blocks for this workshop. (Disclaimer: Not to be brought home)
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Program Main Topics
- Basic and Complex Mathematical Operations: The integration between planning and building the model involves the calculation of energy transformations, which enables the teaching of mathematical topics such as addition and subtraction, and up to exponentiation.
- Introducing Philosophers and Theoreticians: Archimedes, Newton, Da Vinci and more.
- Physical Forces and Laws: Centrifugal force, centripetal force, force of inertia, kinetic energy, potential energy, law of action-reaction, lift force, torque, leverage points, load distribution, force conservation, angular momentum and more.