LEGO® Club and After School STEAM Programs
Critical Thinking Skills
Fine Motor Skills
Problem Solving Skills
After School LEGO® Building and STEAM Clubs are for grades TK-5, held on your school campus.
Each class presents a building challenge that requires them to problem solve: plan, build, test, and evaluate using a set criteria. Free building sessions and themed activities offer challenges for children to improve their critical thinking skills, fine motor abilities, develop team working and communication skills to be used in daily life.
We offer after school LEGO® Building Clubs or STEAM programs at the following schools:
Mary Farmar Elementary
Joe Henderson Elementary
Robert Semple Elementary
Matthew Turner Elementary
Nelda Mundy Elementary
Donaldson Way Elementary
Napa Junction Elementary
Canyon Oaks Elementary
Morello Park Elementary
LEGO® Engineering Balloon Powered Cars, learn Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion by building and testing a balloon car.
Medieval Castles, learn about castle design and practice the art of building a sturdy wall by overlapping bricks.
Sturdy Bridges – How much weight can your bridge hold? Build your bridge after exploring concepts in structure, load bearing and environment.
LEGO® Marble Run/Maze, explore science concepts like gravity, potential and kinetic energy. Create and build a marble run or maze to demonstrate the key concepts.
LEGO®We Do Robotics
LEGO®Architecture Famous Structures Around the World
Amazing Race through United States
All clubs help participants demonstrate the key concepts, develop problem solving skills, and learn spatial reasoning. The children have the opportunity to explore their creativity and learn about architecture, engineering, and design.
For more information about having a program at your school please contact us.
Register now for Benicia and American Canyon schools fall 2019 after school programs (also for Nelda Mundy in Fairfield).