President Ronald Reagan embraced Martin Luther King Jr. in 1983 by making the 3rd Monday of January a national holiday. We have a dream. Our dream is a place where everyone can come together and create a better tomorrow. As engineers, we design, build and test everything in the world. Together, we will move forward in a positive forward direction in 2017. Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

- De Chen, Founder
- Fun Square LLC d.b.a. Engineering for Kids

Introducing 12-Week STEM Programs for Spring 2017:

1. Robotics: Space Exploration (Age 9-14, 9:15 AM - 10:30 AM)
2. Jr. Robotics Adventure (Age 6-8, 11 AM - 12 PM)
3. Jr. Aerospace Engineering (Age 4-5, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM)

LOCATION: College Point (Starting Jan 7th)  >> Click to Register!
Infinity Contracting Services
112-20 14th Ave, College Point, NY 11356

LOCATION : Forest Hills (Starting Feb 5th)  >> Click to Register!
Oxbridge Academic Center
77-34 Austin St #1, Forest Hills, NY 11375

To register your child into one of our programs:

  1. Launch the "Queens Parent Portal" to create your online account.
  2. Review the "Classes" section for program schedule, details & availability.
  3. Enroll your child into his or her favorite program.
  4. Make checks payable to: FUN SQUARE LLC
  5. Send payment to 6431 108th St #1088, Forest Hills, NY 11375
  6. Email queens@engineeringforkids.net if you have any questions.
We look forward to inspiring your child to be the next generation of engineers!

Benefits of Engineering for Kids

Engineering for Kids in Action! (Video by Mike Cavanaugh, VP of Marketing, Engineering for Kids)

Jr. Engineering (Age 4-5)

Jr. Civil Engineers had a blast learning blue-prints, designing structures and building model houses. O
ur youngest engineering students was introduced to the basic concepts of civil engineering and through focused exploration, students design and construct their own roads, bridges and buildings. View Program Descriptions.  (Photo by Lupita Chen, Photographer)

Jr. Robotics (Age 6-7)

Junior Robotics Collage Age 6-7

Entrepreneurial couple offers STEM enrichment programs in Forest Hills on Feb 18, 2014. 1) De Chen and Lupita Chen showcase their creations. 2) Scientific building blocks "Dancing Birds" used to teach Jr. Robotics Engineers the basic concept of robotics engineering by building and programming robots to come to life. 3) De Chen (right) and Lupita Chen (second from right) grows their business venture with their new engineering students.  View Program Descriptions. (Photos by Hubert Lu, Reporter/Photographer, World Journal)

Robotics (Age 8+)

Apprentice Engineers assembled during their last class of Robotics Engineering program using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 sets during the Spring 2014 semester at The Renaissance Charter School (TRCS). Students learned about robotics engineering, built their own EV3 robot and programmed it to perform different tasks while engaging in fun engineering challenges. This program was eventually customized and integrated to be offered to high school students in the TRCS Leadership Program 2014-2015 academic school year.  View Program Descriptions.  (Photo by De Chen, Photographer)

Game Design (Age 8+)

Apprentice Engineers designed their first video game's start screen during the Game Design: Platform Games program
 in the Spring 2015 semester. Software engineers and game designers learned about designing video games, creating their own world and programming the games so their hero can accomplish his or her mission. This program was offered to high school freshman and sophomore students in The Renaissance Charter School's Leadership Program 2015-2016 academic school year.  View Program Descriptions.  (Photo by Yui Maehara, Freshman/Game Designer)

Engineering (Age 8+)

Summer Camps 2015 at JEI Learning Center

Apprentice Engineers learned what technology is, what engineers do, and the Engineering Design Process during our summer camps at JEI Learning Center in Floral Park / Little Neck. They quickly realized that designing concepts using pencil and paper is really important. Moreover, being able to present their ideas coherently and concisely is critical to their engineering project's success.  View Program Descriptions.  (Photo by De Chen, Photographer)

Add Our Programs to Your School

Interested in Engineering for Kids?

Please contact us if you are interested in having an Engineering for Kids program being offered in your child's after-school program. Alternatively, you can contact your school's principal, PA president or after-school director and let them know about us.

De Chen
CEO & Owner
Work: (646) 580-3729 
E-mail: queens@engineeringforkids.net