LEGO STEM

Hands-on STEM Learning

Science, Technology, Engineering &

Maths (STEM) learning through LEGO

Eligibility

This courses is suitable for students between the age group 3-7 years. No prior experience required.   Upon successful completion of the course students shall receive a Certificate.



Admission Procedure

Please visit our centre to know details of the curriculum, syllabus and learning outcomes. Pay the registration and course fee, schedule a class timing. You can visit us between 10.30am-6.30pm from Monday-Saturday. Or call us at +91 6290126203 or email at info@makersloft.in

Duration

This course is of 16 sessions. Each session is of 2 hours. MakersLoft provides flexibility of learning experience, so students can learn at their own pace. You can do classes once a week during school days to upto 5 times a week during holidays and vacations. Classes are available on week days as well as on weekends.

What's Next?

This course will help students with developing their 21st-century skills, like problem solving, collaboration and communication.  Students who are interested in developing their engineering skills further are recommended to enroll for the Junior Robotics course. 


Using Lego Education kits students will learn subjects like language, math, science, technology, and engineering more effectively while improving and developing their 21st-century skills, like problem solving, collaboration and communication.


LEGO is naturally engaging to elementary and middle school students. The hands-on solutions ignite children’s natural desire to explore and discover. 


Students will learn subjects like language, math, science, technology, and engineering more effectively while improving and developing their 21st-century skills, like problem solving, collaboration and communication.


All our sessions use Lego Education kits & students learn the following:


Students create a broad range of models exercising their creativity and problem solving skills. The models range from simple wearables to functional contraptions like ipad and phone stands, to designing simple and complex games.


They can observe and investigate simple machines. Discover mechanical principles by exploring, investigating, and solving tasks related to mechanical principles as well as learn about energy, balance, buoyancy, and much more.


Students learn about the six simple machines: inclined plane, pulley, wheel and axle, wedge, screw and levers. They develop a qualitative understanding of how these machines work in real life whether it is in their playground, school or home.