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Q: How long are the classes?

Q: How long are the classes?

Answer: The group LEGO Challenge classes run for 75 – 90 minutes.

Q: Aren't the lessons too long? Don’t the children lose interest?

Q: Aren't the lessons too long? Don’t the children lose interest?

Answer: They really don’t. At the start of each lesson they, study a subject, following which they are eager to get started with the construction in order to play with the final product. When the lesson is over, most don’t even realize how much time has passed.

Q: Can a 1st grader understand the substance of the lessons?

Q: Can a 1st grader understand the substance of the lessons?

Answer: Our enrichment programs are especially designed for children of this age group. Our programs and workshops have been active for several years now, and all have enjoyed great success. Each lesson includes a familiar background story with corresponding hands-on experiments. I invite you to ask the children at the end of the lesson what they learned, and you’ll be surprised to hear how much they can comprehend at this age.

Q: What if a child misses a class can we get a refund?

Q: What if a child misses a class can we get a refund?

Answer: We will provide a full refund if notified within 48hrs prior to the enrolled program.

Q: Are parents allowed to watch the class?

Q: Are parents allowed to watch the class?

Answer: Parents are welcome to sit in on the first class. Once the children are comfortable, we ask that parents drop them off, and then pick them up at the end of class. This helps the children become independent and confident. If you ever have any concerns or queries about your child’s progress or behavior, please feel free to call the office or speak to the teacher after class.

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Q: Do the children take the models home?

Q: Do the children take the models home?

Answer: Unfortunately, the kits are very expensive and therefore must remain with the instructor, who will pass them from class to class. Children do, take home what they learn, which includes principles of physics, mathematics and engineering. However, there are Engino Kits and Motor/Battery pack sets available online at www.youngeng.net.

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