SNAPOLOGY

SNAPOLOGY

Build confidence with hands-on learning

With dozens of programs to choose from, there’s something for everyone. From fun themed programs using LEGO® bricks and K’Nex® to STEM / STEAM programs, Robotics, Movie-Making, Drones and Video Game Design, your children will be engaged from the minute they walk in the door. Shh, don’t tell them it’s educational.

Foundational Engineering

Machines and Contraptions  Does your little learner love to tinker and create new things, or are they the kind of learner who likes to break things apart to see what’s inside? If so, they’re going to love Snapology’s Foundational Engineering: Machines and Contraptions program! This program gives your student the tools they need to understand mechanical movement and the importance of simple machines. They will see these moving parts up-close as they follow instructions to build various machines and contraptions, then use the models to develop new design ideas, test out physics concepts, and even play games with their partners and classmates. Whether they are the creative-constructive type or prefer the inquisitive-deconstructive way of learning, this program is sure to spark their engineering interests! This is part 1 of a 2 part program. No builds will be repeated in the second session. Attendance in part 1 is not a prerequisite for enrollment in part 2.

  • Age:  5-8
  • Dates:  Feb 28 – April 18, No class March 14 & April 4
  • Days:  Mondays
  • Times: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
  • Fee:  $85

Developing Engineers

Mechanical Mechanisms  Is your student inquisitive, a problem-solver, a big-thinker, a tinkerer, a puzzler, a LEGO® lover, or a budding engineer? If so, they’re the perfect fit for Snapology’s Developing Engineers: Mechanical Masterminds program! This program gives your student the tools they need to understand mechanical movement through the foundations of simple machines, physics, and engineering design. They will see moving parts up-close as they follow instructions to build various machines, then use the models to develop new design ideas, test out physics concepts, and even play games with their partners and classmates. Whether they are the creative-constructive type or prefer the inquisitive-deconstructive way of learning, this program is sure to spark their interests! This is part 1 of a 2 part program. No builds will be repeated in the second session. Attendance in part 1 is not a prerequisite for enrollment in part 2.

  • Age:  8-12
  • Dates:  Feb 28 – April 18, No class March 14 & April 4
  • Days:  Mondays
  • Times: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
  • Fee:  $85
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