STEM Projects Capture Imagination of Students

7th and 8th graders will get the chance next with Lego Robotics Kits, but classes will be in person only.

Tokyo and Yokohama 3rd and 6th graders spent a few weeks testing a pilot STEM class. And the verdict is unanimous: fabulous. The two classes were treated to projects that ranged from coding your own washing machine to learning how to harness wind energy. Check out the pictures below. Next up: 7th and 8th graders will start projects on Lego Robotics Kits once the midterm exams are over. However, these classes can be conducted in person only. Keep your fingers crossed!