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If your kids have been missing out on  our
Young Engineers Lego STEM Robotic weekly classes,
NOW is the BEST Time to try out during this Holiday programs.

International Award Winning Lego Robotics Programs

Most kids are packed with tuition programs on weekends such as English, Mathematic, Chinese and Science. Parents are telling us that the kids do not have additional time slots for a STEM Robotic program even though their kids are very interested to join one.
Young Engineers organized our Holiday workshop such that the students will get to attend 2 lessons in 3 hours so that they are still learning some of the key STEM principles. Even some of our weekly and past students still came back to attend our holiday workshops every year.

Why Choose Young Engineers STEM Robotic Program?

  • Education must be entertaining, otherwise it won’t be effective. Using LEGO as the educational tool is the most important form of entertainment. Our exclusive LEGO kit design allows kids to spend more time to build and play rather than searching for the right parts to fit.
  • It is based on a “do-not-force-it” learning method. Kids learn at their own pace and their own creation. No competition, no tests, no grades.
  • STEM and coding concepts will be taught in many different ways to allow them a different dimension of using it as an application. For example, centrifugal force can be taught with our Ferris wheel, Carousel and Laundry machine models. In this way, students will be able to grasp and appreciate the theory in greater depth.
  • Our program is structure in such a way that key concepts and principles are first introduced in a fun and easy to understand ways such as showing an animation or relating them to everyday tasks. We make the students realized that Science and technology are always around us.
    They will then start to build a model which further demonstrate the concept in an application way. Once they are done, they can exhibit their creativity by improving on it with additional features. Finally, they will be given a problem to solve. There is not a single second where they fail to learn, have fun and apply their knowledge in any application.
  • Our curriculum is accepted and endorse by renown university such as Carnegie university as the best way to impart STEM education.
  • Our trainers have to go through numerous hours of STEM Robotic training and need to achieve at least 85% in order to pass the examination before qualifying to teach in our Young Engineers class.

Here are the 3 Holiday Workshop programs we offer for various age group.

AlgoPlay (Recommended for 4-8 years old)

AlgoPlay program objectives

  • Discover coding without any screens (no tablet or laptop)
  • Get familiar with software engineering terminology
  • Introduction to algorithmic thinking
  • Encourage problem-solving
  • Develop creativity and critical thinking

AlgoPlay building model themes

  • Gadgets and games
  • Amusement park rides
  • Various types of transportation machines
  • Modern robots to execute common tasks

Students will be using our Young Engineers exclusive LEGO kits & Blocks for this workshop (Disclaimer: Not to be brought home)

Prince William personally visited our Young Engineers HQ to learn more about this leading-edge education tool which took us 3 years to develop.

Bricks Challenge (Recommended for 6-12 years old)

Bricks Challenge Objectives and Values

  • Develop time planning and management skills.
  • Encourage independent creative-inventive thinking.
  • Develop the ability to analyze engineering processes.
  • Broaden knowledge of physical laws and various natural phenomena.
  • Improve spatial vision.
  • Develop a sense of self-efficacy.
  • Develop interpersonal communication skills.

Building and Investigating Exciting Theme Models

  • Amusement park rides.
  • Aircraft
  • Various means of transportation.
  • Cranes
  • Elevators
  • Modern machines.
lego enrichment program

Students will be using our Young Engineers exclusive LEGO kits & Blocks for this workshop (Disclaimer: Not to be brought home)

Robobricks (Recommended for 8-12 years old)

Program Objectives

  • Develop algorithmic thinking.
  • Learn English software engineering terminology.
  • Develop procedural thinking.
  • Develop self-confidence and a sense of self-efficacy.
  • Submit a final project.
  • Develop presentation skills and nurture rhetorical capabilities.
  • Develop the following 21st century skills:
  • Working in teams efficiently.
  • Computer orientation.
  • Acquiring information system and media literacy.
  • Develop High Order thinking skills with an emphasis on critical and creative thinking.

Themes

  • Gadgets and games.
  • Modern Robots to execute different tasks.

Students will be using our Young Engineers exclusive LEGO kits & Blocks for this workshop (Disclaimer: Not to be brought home)

What Students will bring home

Listen to what Our Parents Said!

“My son enjoys the weekly lessons. The trainer is very engaging and is able to give many pointers and suggestions to him. He enjoys the very interactive and hands on lesson format. The progress report helps to give the parents an idea of how their kids are doing in class.”

Lau Peck Lian

Mummy of Oliver

“The main thing I like about Young Engineers’ Robo Brick program is that the child gets to come up with their own lego robotic model and program to move based on what they have learnt through a series of guided sessions. The child is not just following instructions to build or code, but it makes them think and design their own desired movable robot.”

Celeste

Mummy of Liam

“James really enjoyed his classes at Young Engineers a lot. He has learnt engineering principles through fun play with LEGOs which is not taught in school. He is able to explain the concepts that he has learnt. The teachers and staff are very helpful and patient in teaching and helping him improve on his LEGO builts.”

Caren

Mummy of James

Here are some of the photos of the past holiday workshops.

Our Schedule

Novena Center

Step 1 : Fill up the form below and our team will get back to you!

Step 2: 50% payment to be made via Internet bank transfer to below to reserve a slot

  • OCBC Account No: 712-864420-001
  • PayNow to UEN: 201827495K
  • Comments section: Indicate “Child’s name”
  • Send a snapshot of receipt of the bank transfer to 98635139 for reference of payment

Step 3: The other 50% payment to be made via Internet bank transfer 1 week before the workshop to confirm the slot

  • OCBC Account No: 712-864420-001
  • PayNow to UEN: 201827495K
  • Comments section: Indicate “Child’s name”
  • Send a snapshot of receipt of the bank transfer to 98635139 for reference of payment
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