It's a playful kind of way to get kids interested in math and science.
This is a Lego camp being held in Bismarck where kids use legos to build robots.
In the process, they learn about engineering, a field that is in high demand of employees.
(Paul Keidel/ STEM Coordinator) "Today we have a low number of students going into the STEM fields, and we want to try and fill those fields as these students grow older and to keep up with the rest of the world."
Ryley Schwengler says he hopes to join the lego league team.
Teams compete by creating robots and programing them to go around tracks.
The robotic legos already has Ryley excited for his future.
( Ryley Schwengler/Student)" I plan on joining the Navy when I'm older and I might get to work with mechanics tool stuff, and the engine and stuff, so I think this is getting us a head start on building technology"
If you'd like to get your child involved with this program you can contact Paul Keidel at the Career Academy.