Partnered with Young Engineers, we offer courses for students age 8 to 13 to develop their mechanical design skills and physics knowledge.
Age 6 to 10
Our lesson begins with an exciting story that opens our students minds to the exciting world of STEM. Our students are engaged, and it allows them to use their imagination and critical thinking skills. Using building blocks in conjunction with other tools and mechanical parts, our students develop their building skills.
Age 10 to 13
Students participating this program will learn how to problem-solve from an mechanical engineering perspective, using their new math and physics skills. Galileo Technic provides an advanced level of thematic study, by implementing mechanical engineering principles through building exciting models. In every lesson, students will build a new machine which they have analyzed all aspects of it operates e.g. the gear ratios. Students will graduate the Galileo Technic program with new skills in Science, Technology, Mechanical Engineering, and Math (STEM).
By constructing the models, your child is able to develop the ability to visualize and plan three-dimensional objects
Children not only create models, they also have the ability to improve them by exploring their curiosity and imagination
Physics is one of the hardest course in school. Pick up the concept of motion and energy now, so school will be a breeze