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Lego Engineering - Daniel Bagley

To impart theoretical and applied knowledge in the field of STEM by using LEGO®

  • Starts Mar 3
  • 240 US dollars
  • Daniel Bagley Elementary School

Available spots


Service Description

Students will learn mathematics and physical principles through intuitive study; develop their independent learning; and improve their building skills. Once the concepts have been demonstrated, students enjoy hands on building the LEGO® models which provides experiential learning and reinforces the lessons. Different themes for different session: Amusement Park, Transportation & Aviation or Classical Mechanics!! THIS IS A YEAR LONG PROGRAM (different builds each session) Examples of what students will learn: Powers and principles in physics: The lever principle, transmissions, types of transmission, kinetic energy, potential energy, centrifugal force & centripetal force, mass & gravity, angular momentum, lift force, etc.


Upcoming Sessions


Contact Details

425-443-2371

info@seattleyoungengineers.com

Phinney Center / Phinney Neighborhood Association, Phinney Avenue North, Seattle, WA, USA

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