Are you looking for LEGO® bricks or engineering classes? Mad Science is proud to announce a BRAND NEW after-school program called BRIXOLOGY! This captivating new program uses LEGO® bricks and customized builds designed with a LEGO® Certified Designer to teach children all about engineering in a fun and engaging way!
This 6-week session is very hands-on and fits perfectly into STEM curriculum. Children build a different engineering-themed project in each class. They explore engineering fields including mechanical, structural, aerospace, nautical, and bioengineering. Use critical thinking, cooperation, and creative problem-solving to test and improve creations. Also, they experience extended learning with a take home project to reinforce each concept.
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6 CLASSES FEATURING LEGO® BRICKS:
Launch your imagination to new heights as you explore aerospace engineering! Discover the secrets of working in space – efficiency and compact design. Create a trussed space station module, then connect it with others to create a massive modular spacecraft.
Reach for the sky! Find out how structural engineers use ideas from physics to solve problems. Work together to build a structurally sound tower with a working elevator, then test and improve your design for strength and stability.
Feel the thrill as you build a spinning swing ride! Learn about the forces and mechanical engineering concepts behind some of your favorite amusement park rides. Then improve and test the design to create an even wilder ride.
Discover nature’s engineering secrets as we investigate biomimicry! We can learn a lot about efficient design from observing plants and animals. Build a walking insect machine then test different ways to help it climb up the steepest branch.
How can you build the strongest bridge? Work together with your fellow civil engineers to build and test different bridge designs. Then use what you’ve learned to create the strongest bridge possible.
Get in gear as an automotive engineer! Build a motorized vehicle and learn how to optimize it. Use wheels, axles and gears to reduce friction and make it work better. Then shift things into a higher gear to get a hands-on understanding of transmissions and gear ratios.