Kids build and have fun,
Parents know they are learning!
What will your kids build today?
Hands-on projects that are fun and engaging, and are proven to be a better way to teach.
When kids are having fun, they want to do more of it.
We cover topics ranging from wheels and axles and magnetism, to laws of conservation of energy and motion.
Building awesome things shouldn't break the bank.
We only use simple materials that can be found at any dollar store or big box store.
We show kids that if they can understand and apply math and science they can build amazing things with common everyday items.
When kids leave they can continue building, exploring and experimenting, and that is what learning is really about.
So, what do these projects look like?
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HERE ARE SOME OF OUR MORE POPULAR PROJECTS
Learn all about gravity, lift, drag and thrust as well as Bernoulli principle.
Angular Momentum and Newtons Second law of motion
Friction, angles of force, gravity and tension.
Table Top Basketball
3rd class levers, triangular prisms, structural stability.
Simple circuits, conductive materials, insulators, short, open and closed circuits.
Conversion of gravitational potential energy to kinetic energy using angle of decent, calculating velocity.
Table Top Soccer
Elasticity, force, tracks and fulcrums.
Elasticity, force, tracks and lift, thrust and drag.
Forkie - the LED statue
Parallel circuits, meaurements and scale.
Cylinders, Cones, Circuitry, Anode and Cathode, Opaque and translucent.
Learn all about gravity, friction and transfer of force through tension.
Critical Thinking, imagination, gravity, angles of descent.
Properties of light, 3D prisms, Reflection and refraction.
Parallel circuits, conductivity and insulation, troubleshooting short circuits.
Simple circuits, conductive materials, insulators, short, open and closed circuits, translucency.
Bases, triangular uprights, simple circuits.
3rd class levers, triangular structures, fulcrums, force, elasticity and ancient civilizations.
Magnetic, ferromagnetic, framing, structural stability.
Trundle Wheel and Clinometer
Circumference of a circle, wheels and axles, handles, angles, introduction to trig.
Parallel circuits, symmetry, structural stability, weight and Balance.
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WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING:
It was so much fun!
Student's projects presented were very impressive. Excited to use with my own kids and students.
Hands-on, fun and informative! Each concept opens us the opportunity for springboard teaching. What material is that? what is recycling, etc. I loved it and I know my students would too.
This workshop is great because it incorporates many concepts of the curriculum as well as encouraging creativity and higher level thinking.