Bricks offers project-based programs designed to teach principles and methods of engineering and architecture, as well as concepts across a variety of subject areas including math, science and history using LEGO® bricks. The activities are designed to trigger young children's lively imaginations and build their self-confidence. We strive to foster creativity and problem solving and enable children to learn not only by listening and observing, but also by using their fine motor skills and spatial intelligence. Participants build a new project each week. Architectural concepts are taught while assembling the projects. Min.10 Max 20 students
Air, Land, & Sea:
Two of the most popular and famous military air show groups have been the U.S. Navy?s Blue Angels and the U.S. Air Forces? Thunderbirds. The average density of the boat must be less than the density of the water in order for the boat to stay afloat. A horse and some sort of wheeled cart or buggy is one of the oldest forms of transportation used, since the invention of the wheel! The first fixed wheels were used on carts in around 3500 B.C. Steam engines were not developed until around 1700. That and much more will be discussed during this session.