Competitions and Clubs

Competitions & Clubs

Engaging Children in Fun & Educational Opportunities!

Engineering For Kids is proud to provide young students with the opportunity to participate in many of the competitions and clubs that we have to offer. These challenges encourage our young engineers to expand their minds as they work as a team, make decisions, and learn, all in a fun and interactive environment.

Contact Engineering For Kids by calling or filling out a form for more information about our competitions and clubs!

Competitions

Teams can participate in a wide variety of judged and skill-based events, such as science, technology, engineering, or math research presentations or programming-skills routine demonstrations. Our team-based challenges highlight the value of teamwork over combat by bringing teams together in order to achieve the highest possible combined score.

Clubs

Many of our engineers enjoy our clubs because they receive the opportunities to design, build, and test their own creations!

Many parents and teachers are pleased to learn about all of the fun, educational kits and activities that we have planned that may include:

  • Scratch and Makey Makey
  • LEGO® Robotics
  • 3-D Printing

Our clubs give children the opportunity to learn more about a particular subject or design that interests them.

What Sets Engineering For Kids Apart

One quality that our clubs, competitions, and other programs are recognized for is their ability to teach children about self-guided activities. This is one of the best ways to help kids establish a variety of important social and physical skills at an early age and meet others who share the same passions as them.

Questions about our competitions and clubs? Contact our engineering camp educators for more information!

Out of This World Reviews

  • "It's like a playground for their mind!"

    - Sang K.
  • "Engineering For Kids classes are so fun and you get to learn new things about engineering each day."

    - Kyleigh T.
  • "It's fun and educational, it provides opportunities to kids and teaches them about life."

    - Jo P.