Engineer’s Clubs

Our Engineer’s Clubs are like-aged kids who meet once a week to build, program, create, and share projects ranging from robotics to web pages and more. Below is the description of the types of projects our kids will be working with.

NOTE: Because of the nature of our project based clubs, we do not conduct “trial classes.” Our clubs involve cumulative projects, not one-time demonstrations.

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Grades K-3

April is Physical Computing Month. Our youngest engineers will work in the Scratch software package and then take things to the physical world by creating their own devices using the MicroBit computing devices. At the conclusion of the month your engineer will take home their own MicroBit kit. The price of this month’s dues reflect the cost of the kit. Skills practiced this month include programming and electronics.

May is Fun with Fabrication Month.  Our youngest engineers will code in Turtle Art and work with Graphic (an AutoCad app) to create some fun artistic posters, tee shirts, and even some 3D printed projects.

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Grades 4 & 5

April is Physical Computing Month. Our 4th & 5th grade engineers will working in the Scratch software package and then take things to the physical world by creating their own controllers using the MicroBit computing devices. At the conclusion of the month your engineer will take home their own MicroBit kit. The price of this month’s dues reflect the cost of the kit. Skills practiced this month include programming and electronics.

May is Fun with Fabrication Month.  Our 4th and 5th grade engineers will code in Beetle Blocks and work with Graphic (an AutoCad app) to create some fun artistic posters, tee shirts, and even some 3D printed projects. Engineers in this age group will also work with our screenprinter to create some fun tee shirts and posters.

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Grades 6 through 8

April is Physical Computing Month. Our 4th & 5th grade engineers will working in the Scratch software package and then take things to the physical world by creating their own controllers using the MicroBit computing devices. At the conclusion of the month your engineer will take home their own MicroBit kit. The price of this month’s dues reflect the cost of the kit. Skills practiced this month include programming and electronics.

May is Fun with Fabrication Month.  Our 6th to 8th grade engineers will code in Beetle Blocks and work with Graphic (an AutoCad app) to create some fun artistic posters, tee shirts, and even some 3D printed projects. Engineers in this age group will also work with our screenprinter to create some fun tee shirts and posters.

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