The main goal of Da Vinci Bricks is to help train the engineers of tomorrow. Globally, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is not sufficiently integrated into the school curriculum, as the demand for these jobs of the future continues to increase. With this in mind, we have developed a unique set of study programs based on highly effective and creative teaching methods while making education a fun experience for children. This will help them have the level of engagement necessary to stay focused and enthusiastic while learning.

STUDYOur methods and their impact

The most effective way for people to learn and retain new information has long been a key question for neuroscientists. Their research has taught us that, for example, creating challenges in learning helps us develop complex thought processes and that emotions can have a positive and negative impact on our ability to learn. Such results have guided the development of The Da Vinci Bricks programs, they have helped us to create versatile, effective and broad programs for all children.

OUR PHILOSOPHYDa Vinci Bricks believes that ...

Fun and stimulating activities are the most effective way to educate children. Our lessons involve a higher level of interaction than required in standard school curricula, ensuring attention throughout lessons while having fun. The enthusiasm of the children and the accessibility of our educational material are our essential assets!

ENJOY EDUCATIONGuiding children to enjoy learning

We believe that having fun for children is the best way to ensure that children
learn. We also believe that getting children to appreciate the value of education sows the seeds of a dedicated approach to learning for the rest of their lives. Therefore, we facilitate the active participation of children in the learning process and encourage them to engage.


At Da Vinci Bricks, we know that the way to get children interested in the subjects being taught is to show them how they are useful for the world around. So we start all our lessons with theoretical notions and stories that are both interesting and above all by explaining how what we learn applies to the things we see around us. For example, if we want to teach children about balance, we will show them a ladder or ask them to build a swing so that they can first see the theory in action and then understand why it is important to understand how that is. works.

Our approach based on putting theoretical notions into practice through the construction of models allows children to immediately apply what they have learned in an interactive and fun way, which makes the child motivated by what he has discovered. Playing with the models having built themselves allows children to experiment and test the theory in a relaxed and playful environment, finally a quiz at the end of each session ensures that the knowledge taught has been acquired, therefore basically the fun never ends!