Frequently Asked Questions
What is STEM Education?
STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STEM education is growing in popularity around the world.
Which Schools is Smart Fun in?
Classes held after school at: Australian International School Bangkok AISB (soi 21 & 30 campuses), Bangkok Preparatory International Primary Campus, Bromsgrove International School of Thailand, Charter International School,
Concordian International School, Garden International School, New International School of Thailand NIST,
Ruamrudee International School, Shrewsbury International School, St. Andrew's International School (soi 71)St. Andrew's International School (soi 107), St. Andrew's International School Dusit, St. Andrew's International School Sathorn,
St. Stephen's International School.
Contact us to add your school to the list!
What LEGO projects do kids get to build during Smart Fun sessions?
Smart Fun has dozens of play-based builds. Activities are open-ended, and projects include: Cars, Towers, Tanks, Airplanes, Boats, Motorcycles, Helicopters, Walking Bots, Elevators, Conveyor Belts, Pneumatic Claws, Stadiums, Castles, Catapults, Zooscapes, Houses, Airports, Scale Models, Arch Bridges, Truss Bridges, Suspension Bridges, Gondolas, Tower Cranes, Trains, Pyramids, Sculptures and MORE!
How many projects are built each session?
Typically, a session will revolve around one project and the real-life concepts behind it. Camp sessions cover two or more projects.
Do the children get to keep the LEGO projects?
Smart Fun does not allow participants to keep any of the LEGO pieces from the 100,000 piece kit. Smart Fun schools and parents who are interested in acquiring LEGO materials used in classes can get assistance.