LEGO Engineering

Concepts learned include the following:

  • Basic engineering principles
  • Design and redesign models
  • Gears and gear ratios
  • Simple machines
  • Forces in motion
  • Integrated problem solving
  • Communication skills
  • Teamwork and collaboration
EARLY SIMPLE MACHINES
Activities are designed to enable students to explore, investigate, and solve tasks related to mechanical principles.

IMAGINATION STATION
Students will work in groups to construct large scenes for a number of real-world and imaginative topics, all while fine-tuning their motor skills.

SIMPLE MACHINES
Students discover basic physical science concepts such as gears, pulleys levers, and wheels and axles.

BUILD TO EXPRESS
Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors.

STORY STARTER
Story Starter is a hands-on learning tool enhancing
students’ reading, writing, speaking, and
listening skills.

WE DO ROBOTICS
Students will build a tower crane, an intelligent
house, a Ferris wheel, and a car using STEM concept
learning skills.

SIMPLE & MOTORIZED MECHANISMS
Students will build and explore machines and
mechanisms, calibrate and capture wind, and
study gearing mechanisms.

PNEUMATICS
Students will explore mechanical advantage,
balanced and unbalanced forces, and equilibrium.

MACHINES & RENEWABLE ENERGY
Students will explore renewable energy sources
and investigate energy supply, transfer, accumulation,
conversion, and consumption.

MINDSTORM ROBOT EDUCATOR
Students will build, program, and test solutions
based on real-life robotics technology.

INTERMEDIATE ROBOTICS
Students will build larger and more complex
models while at the same time providing extra
or replacement elements.

ROBOT PROGRAMMING
Students will learn robot programming with
the industry-leading graphical system design
software used by scientists and engineers worldwide.