e² Young Engineers partners with Momentum’s wellness and rewards programme Multiply Submission Details
Author: Jessi Sunkel from Young Engineers.
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About Young Engineers
e² Young Engineers programmes cover a wide range of ages and a diverse target market. The franchisee addresses primary schools, home-school centres, day cares, recreation centres, pre-schools, school districts, after school programme providers, holiday club activities and birthday activities, private groups, special needs schools and senior housing communities. The e² Young Engineers curriculum combines more than 200 different lessons with LEGO®/K’nex® models, enabling you the flexibility to provide the right solution for a range of customers.
e² Young Engineers South Africa represents children who participate in our unique education curriculums. Our sessions provide theoretical knowledge and practical implementation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) basics.
The educational goals are achieved by using LEGO® and K’nex® assembly kits uniquely designed by our staff, demonstrating the scientific principles in a fun and accessible fashion; combining experiments that form scientific intuition with stories that capture the imagination.
Unlike traditional teaching methods, the company’s use of stories, experiments and demonstrations ensures that all children in the education programmes will learn while they have fun.
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