What is the Inventor Program?
Inventor is a story based curriculum where students will learn how to utilize the LEGO Education Powered and Simple Machines Set to invent different solutions to the problems in the story.
Designed for Age 7 and up
Build and explore real life models, and learn how they work
Investigate on Simple and Powered machines
Learn about Observation, Experiments, Calibration and Recording
Creative problem solving with open-ended lessons
Learning and Teaching Equipment
We believe learning should be fun and interactive. Therefore we have been using LEGO Education Products as our primary tools since 2011. By using LEGO parts for learning, students will gain more confident because they are using the familiar parts, and also having infinite possibilities to create their models and solutions.
Equipment that we use in class:
LEGO Education Simple and Powered Machines Set
All students are required to bring in their own set for class
To record their design, experiment and findings
The Inventor program contains 48 topics and are grouped into 4 different workbooks. Each workbook introduce a new adventure for the students to dive into, and seek out solutions to help the characters in the book.
Students will learn the concept of simple machines (Gears, Pulleys, Lever, Wheels and Axles) and apply them onto their creations. From following building instruction to tackle open-end problems, students will learn about the basic engineering designing, testing and troubleshoot.
Quarter 1 - January to March
Quarter 2 - April to June
Quarter 3 - July to September
Quarter 4 - October to December
Each quarter has its own progressive curriculum therefore we will only take in new students on the first 2 months of each quarter.