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Young Engineers Melbourne South

Bricks Challenge - For children in Prep - Year 2
Robo Bricks - For children in Year 3 - Year 6.

Brighton Primary and South Melbourne Primary classes are open to students from all schools

Current Events

Past Events

  • 22 July - 9 Sept (Monday 3:30-5:00pm)
    The e2 Young Engineers Lego Big Builders program teaches critical STEM skills to children using K'nex. Children learn: • Biology and Physics • Problem-solving and 3D Design thinking • Creativity and imagination • Visual spatial skills like object orientation, horizontal and vertical axis, symmetry, right and left etc • Observation and attention to detail • Concentration and focus
    South Melbourne Park Primary
  • 22 July - 9 Sept (Mondays 3:30-5:00)
    The e2 Young Engineers RoboBricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    South Melbourne Park Primary School
  • 22 July - 9 Sept (Mondays 3:45-5:00)
    The e2 Young Engineers RoboBricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    Toorak Primary School
  • 23 July - 10 Sept (Tuesday 7:15-8:30am)
    The e2 Young Engineers Robo Bricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    Melbourne Girls Grammar
  • 23 July - 10 Sept (Tuesdays 3:30-5:00pm)
    The e2 Young Engineers Bricks Challenge program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego. Students will learn: • Engineering and Mechanics • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3D Design thinking • Introduction to high school physics concepts • Solving structural challenges All this while having fun building motorised Lego models using gears, pulleys, beams and more!
    Elwood Primary School
  • 23 July - 10 Sept (Tuesday 3:15-4:15pm)
    The e2 Young Engineers Lego Big Builders program teaches critical STEM skills to preschool children using K'nex. Children learn: • Biology and Physics • Problem-solving and 3D Design thinking • Creativity and imagination • Visual spatial skills like object orientation, horizontal and vertical axis, symmetry, right and left etc • Observation and attention to detail • Concentration and focus
    Melbourne Girls Grammar
  • 23 July - 10 Sept (Tuesday 3:30-4:45pm)
    The e2 Young Engineers Lego Bricks Challenge program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego. Students will learn: • Engineering and Mechanics • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3D Design thinking • Introduction to high school physics concepts • Solving structural challenges All this while having fun building motorised Lego models using gears, pulleys, beams and more!
    Melbourne Girls Grammar
  • 23 July - 10 Sept (Tuesdays 3:30-4:45)
    The e2 Young Engineers Robo Bricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    Melbourne Girls Grammar
  • 24 July - 11 Sept (Wednesdays 3:30-5:00)
    The e2 Young Engineers RoboBricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    Armadale Primary School
  • 24 July - 11 Sept (Wednesdays 3:30-5:00)
    The e2 Young Engineers RoboBricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    Brighton Beach Primary School
  • 25 July - 12 Sept (Thursdays 3:45-5:00)
    The e2 Young Engineers RoboBricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    Toorak Primary School
  • 26 July - 13 Sept (Fridays 3:30-5:00pm)
    The e2 Young Engineers Bricks Challenge program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego. Students will learn: • Engineering and Mechanics • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3D Design thinking • Introduction to high school physics concepts • Solving structural challenges All this while having fun building motorised Lego models using gears, pulleys, beams and more!
    South Melbourne Primary School
  • 26 July - 13 Sept (Fridays 3:30-5:00pm)
    The e2 Young Engineers RoboBricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    South Melbourne Primary School
  • 26 July - 13 Sept (Friday 3:30-5:00pm)
    The e2 Young Engineers Lego Big Builders program teaches critical STEM skills to children using K'nex. Children learn: • Biology and Physics • Problem-solving and 3D Design thinking • Creativity and imagination • Visual spatial skills like object orientation, horizontal and vertical axis, symmetry, right and left etc • Observation and attention to detail • Concentration and focus
    South Melbourne Primary
  • 26 July - 13 Sept (3:45-5:00)
    The e2 Young Engineers Lego Bricks Challenge program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego. Students will learn: • Engineering and Mechanics • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3D Design thinking • Introduction to high school physics concepts • Solving structural challenges All this while having fun building motorised Lego models using gears, pulleys, beams and more!
    Brighton Primary School
  • 24 July-18 Sept(Wednesdays(7:30 - 8:45)
    The e2 Young Engineers RoboBricks Lego program teaches critical STEM skills to children using Lego Robotics. Students will learn: • Designing and building mechanical robots • Programming the robot to perform different tasks • Algorithmic and logical thinking skills • Problem-solving and teamwork • Electronics and 3d Design thinking Children will use sensors and motors to help their robots understand and respond to environmental changes and inputs.
    Loreto Toorak
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