Engineering for Kids of Dane County

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If you are anything like me, you love learning about new opportunities, fun activities and educational programs that enrich the lives of your children. Engineering For Kid of Dane County does just that (and they have SO many different programs – at various locations – to offer!). They offer a wide array of programs for children ages 4 to 14 introducing them to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through a variety of workshops all aimed at developing problem solving skills. Programs include after school programs, evening classes, in-school field trips, workshops, birthday parties, home-school programs, scouts workshops, and pre-school programs.

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The programs are offered at schools and rec centers through out the Greater Madison Area. Some of the locations are: Queen of Peace, Madison Country Day, Huegel Elementary, Shorewood Hills Elementary, Westside Elementary (Sun Prairie), Middleton, Mount Horeb and Verona Rec.

The programs help children build problem solving skills, encourage kids to discover how things work, increase your child’s desire to explore engineering as a career option and motivate kids to learn math and science concepts by engaging them in real-world engineering problems.

Registration is NOW OPEN for their spring programs. They also have summer camps available in many of the towns and cities throughout Dane County – you can see the list by clicking here. Many of the summer classes are designed for ages K-6.

Call (608) 620-5750 or [email protected] for more information or to get your kids enrolled today! You can also find them on Facebook!

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2 Responses to Engineering for Kids of Dane County

  1. Lis February 22, 2016 at 3:15 pm #

    Very cool, but I don’t see any for age 4, only kindergarten and up…?

    • Engineering For Kids February 23, 2016 at 1:12 pm #

      Our Junior programs are for ages 4-6, at minimum they should be in 4K. Thank you!

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