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Junior Level Engineering for Kids Classes (Age 4-7)

Engineering Club: Mechanical Engineering & Robotics

Date: Fridays Jan 26 - March 2, 2018

Tuition: $120

Robotics Engineering:

Milo the Science Rover 

Kids will explore the different ways scientists and engineers can reach remote places.

Milo's Motion Sensor 

Children will create and program Milo's object-detector arm using the motion sensor input.

Mia's Race Car 

Kids will discover the features of a race and investigate what factors increase and decrease its speed.

Junior Mechanical Engineering:

In the Junior Mechanical Engineering: Let’s Make Toys classes, our youngest engineers will be introduced to fundamental concepts of energy, materials, and movement. Students will explore and construct six different toys throughout this unit, including spinners, magical boomerang cans, wind-up whirligigs, and more.


In the introductory lesson, students will explore the field of mechanical engineering and discover what engineers in this field do. They will learn that mechanical engineers invent, design, and build all kinds of machines, including many toys they play with every day! As students build and test a Popper toy, they will learn that the greater the force upon an object, the greater the change in motion.


Students will explore the properties of spinning objects during the third lesson. They will build spinners with a variety of household objects. By the end, they will understand certain properties that help a spinner to gain enough momentum to rotate for the longest amount of time.

Boomerang Can

During the third lesson of the unit, students will learn the basics of kinetic and potential energy by constructing a magical Boomerang Can. This toy uses stored energy to return to the students after being rolled away on a flat, smooth surface.