We’re a team of teachers and engineers with a passion for helping kids discover creativity through science. We host structured day programs where kids can experiment with LEGO builds, learn the basics of design and engineering, and have a blast!
Our programs focus on STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), and we challenge kids to think while having fun. Our programs are for students between the ages of 4 and 14. We operate programs in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont.
It’s no secret that LEGOs can help unlock a child’s creative and inventive nature.
While building with LEGOs at home, most kids are learning and discovering new things without even realizing it! Our variety of LEGO programs include working with motors, gears, simple machines, robotics, stop motion animation, and programming in Minecraft.
Think your child will have a blast at a LEtGO Your Mind day program? You’re probably right! Get in touch with us to learn more, and discover the next program near you.
Come join us as we teach Python Coding and graphical robot programming with our LYM robots. we will be building SUMO robots using LEGO to compete in an epic battle-bot. Throughout the week, we will be modifying our robots to be bigger and better!
Come and join us as we use engineering concepts to build tall towers and skyscrapers. In this class students will create a city of super structures. They will apply the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles and build several versions of EV3 robots that the students will use to navigate through the city!
Using STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles students will build towers and castles. They will create ways to keep the structures safe from enemy forces by designing hidden walls, trap doors and drawbridges. Children will engineer ways to protect themselves by constructing catapults, battering rams, mobile assault towers and more!
As parents, we do everything we can to prepare our children for the future with the right learning opportunities and experiences. We try to expose our kids to enriching activities that will support their ongoing learning, but all too often, these activities aren’t much fun and don’t encourage creative or ...Read More