“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”. -Benjamin Franklin
E² Young Engineers provide an engaging, hands-on learning platform. The educational goals are achieved by using LEGO® and K’nex® kits uniquely designed by our team, demonstrating the scientific principles in a fun and accessible fashion; combining experiments that form scientific intuition with stories that capture the imagination.
Each week, a working model is built using our instructions. Our Young Engineers then have an oppurtunity to make their model their own; encouraging them to use their imagination.
Topics covered include but not limited to:
|Our instructors teach basic maths, from addition and symmetry to more complex ideas such as exponents
|Our instructors teach more basic physics such as centrifugal and centripetal forces to more complex principles such as load division and anglular momentum
|Our instructors will also tell the stories of famous scientific and philosophical figures including: Archimedes, Sir Isaac Newton, Einstein
e² Young Engineers reserves the right to alter any part of the curriculum.
LEGO® Brick Challenge Beginner Engineering Club (for children aged 5-7)
Children will build various working models to understand the world around them. This program will also improve concentration, hand eye motor skills, visual perception, problem solving and provide various other transferable skills.
LEGO® Brick Challenge Intermediate Engineering Club (for children aged 7 plus)
Our Brick Challenge Intermediate is our programme more suitable for children aged 7 plus and children who have completed at least 2 terms of our Brick Beginner Challenge. This challenge will build upon the phsyics and engineering concepts taught in the Beginner Challenge.
LEGO® Galileo & Robobricks Engineering Club (for children aged 9 plus)
Galileo is our advanced programme for children aged 9 plus or graduates of our Brick Challenge programme. The children make more complex models and learn more about the basics learnt in the Brick Challenge programme as well as apply more problem solving skills and often working in teams. Combined with Galileo, children will also alternate between Galileo and Robobricks, Robobricks will enable children to programme their models using the LEGO® WEDO2® platform.
Coming soon : Robotics!