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Advanced Lego Engineering

Schools may be out for the summer, but learning doesn’t have to stop.

Full day Advance Lego Engineering camp for incoming 4-6th grade students.

(2 unique camps offered)

Cost - $575 per week

Duration: 9am - 4pm

*extended care available at $50 per week

This year we are launching 3 weeks of Advance Lego Engineering camps for incoming students in Grades 4-6.

Students can repeat the camp as each week will be unique and

kids will learn new concepts and tackle new builds


Advanced Lego Engineering Camp (FULL-DAY)

for incoming students in Grades 4-6 !!


Week 1: Aug 14-18 (Theme 1- Robotics)

Week 2: Aug 21-25 (Theme 2 - Advance Architecture)

Week 3: Aug 28-Sept 1 (Theme 1-Robotics) **repeat

2023 Advanced Lego Engineering Camp

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Dates:  Three weeks of full day camp from 9am - 4pm

Two different themes offered.

**August 28 camp week is the repeat of Aug 14 camp 

Age group: Students who will be in Grades 4-6 in Fall 2023

(if a student in a younger grade is registered, the registration will be cancelled.

Full payment minus $40 admin fee will be refunded)

Camp Duration: 9am-4pm

***extended care offered till 5 pm

Location: Phinney Neighborhood Center

                6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle WA 98103


Cancellation Policy


Full- day Advance Lego Engineering camp.

During this Advance Lego Engineering camp, students will be given an overview of the basic mechanical engineering concepts and build LEGO technic model with higher level of difficulty. The course will focus on the following engineering mechanisms: Multi-channel transmission systems, mechanical coordination, the movement of a body on a rotational axis, center of gravity and fulcrum, different ratchet implementations, energy depletion, recycling, etc. 

They will also be introduced to the concepts of software engineering, technology, entrepreneurship and math (STEM) during the entire week. Students will build a robot that moves using coding. They will learn, develop and create computer algorithms and learn how to implement codes.  Examples include algorithm planning, formulation of pseudo code, flow charts, software programming, input and output implementations, loops, and sensor applications.

The Young Engineers approach utilizes the Spiral Method, allowing new concepts to be taught while relying on the previous topics. We always encourage newcomers and repeat previous lessons to ensure all our students are up to speed. 

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