WHO WE ARE
Little Masters Club is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to provide an encouraging environment for kids to be learners, mentors, team players, and leaders. We promote “learning by doing” through a multitude of fun projects. Our goal is to connect children to their community, invoke their compassion and motivation, develop their skills through our projects, and give them an opportunity to shine.
We know children learn better when they’re interested in the subject, with their friends, and have confidence and support. Little Masters Club designs projects to be heavily team based, with as little adult intervention as possible. The community will always be there for a helping hand, but kids are encouraged to lead projects, teach peers, work together, and mentor children younger than them as much as they can. We provide a safe and fun environment to try, fail, try again, fail harder, and finally succeed! There is no better motivator than hard earned success.
Our vision is to see children discover their potential and develop the skills necessary to be successful adults. A strong community and meaningful support are fundamental building blocks of happiness. We strive to create just that for our kids to flourish in and become well-rounded individuals.
- STEM – Have Fun with ScratchDeveloped by MIT Media Lab, Scratch is the programming language most suitable for kids to learn computer programming skills. This event is organized by Little Master Club with First Lego League Team Marshmallow Pandas. The kids from Marshmallow Pandas will explain the basics of Scratch, then use fun projects to teach students to using dialogue, music and cartoons. As students design Scratch projects, they learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. It is also good opportunities for kids to socialize during Covid pandemic. … Read More
- STEM – Have Fun with PythonThis Python Introduction Class is organized by Little Master Club with First Lego League Team Marshmallow Pandas. The kids from this Robotics team will teach the basics of Python, as well as fun projects such as drawing graphics and a text-based Turkey game. The class helps students by increasing their interest in computer programming. It is also good opportunities for kids to socialize during Covid pandemic. … Read More
- LMC Cooking Series #17: Cooking with Lucy: Potato Salad这个星期日，来跟小大厨Lucy学做美味又清凉的土豆沙拉。 … Read More
- City of Bellevue Great Neighborhoods Program Online Consultation – Sat. Nov. 21 7-8pmLittle Masters Club and the City of Bellevue warmly invite you to attend the Great Neighborhoods Program online consultation meeting. Whether you are living, working, going to school or just shopping and entertaining in Bellevue, the future neighborhood planning of Bellevue has close connection with you. … Read More