About Us

About Us

Discover STEM Wonders at Engineering For Kids, Stony Plain

Welcome to Engineering for Kids, Stony Plain - where innovation meets imagination! As pioneers in the Tri-Region, we're reshaping how kids engage with science, technology, engineering, and math.

Meet Erin and Kevin Taylor

Erin Taylor brings a rich background in early childhood education to our team. Since 2015, she's been crafting engaging learning experiences, starting at Parkland School Division and honing her skills at Little Footsteps daycare in Stony Plain. Erin's mission? To create a space where every child feels safe, included, and excited to learn.

Kevin Taylor complements Erin's expertise with his hands-on technical know-how. His drive to bring Engineering For Kids to Stony Plain stems from a desire to equip young minds with lasting skills and experiences. Kevin's knack for planning, designing, and building makes him an ideal mentor for budding engineers.

Why Choose Us?

Our approach is anything but textbook. We bring STEM to life through real-world scenarios and problem-solving challenges. From after-school programs to summer camps and birthday parties, we're here to spark curiosity and inspire innovation.

Looking Ahead

We're excited to collaborate with local schools, daycares, and community centers. Our vision? To create a vibrant STEM ecosystem that benefits all children in the Tri-Region.

At Engineering For Kids, Stony Plain, we're more than just a learning center. We're a launchpad for young minds, a place where curiosity is celebrated and innovation thrives. Join us in shaping the future, one young engineer at a time!

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Testimonials

Out of This World Reviews

Kyleigh T.

Engineering For Kids classes are so fun and you get to learn new things about engineering each day.

Jo P.

It's fun and educational, it provides opportunities to kids and teaches them about life.

Melissa F.

I was amazed by the brilliance.

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