First Lego League : Season 2021-22

FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge is one of three divisions by age group of the FIRST LEGO League program. This program inspires young people to experiment and grow their confidence, critical thinking, and design skills through hands-on STEM learning.

This year’s FIRST LEGO League challenge is called CARGO CONNECTSM. Teams will learn about how cargo is transported, sorted, and delivered to its destinations. As more demands are placed on transportation systems, the children need to rethink how cargo is transported from place to place. We have the power to build a path forward and invent the future o transportation.

From the shipment of packages in rural and urban areas, to disaster relief delivery and high tech air transit, teams will re-imagine faster, more reliable, inclusive, and sustainable transportation innovations that better connect and grow communities and economies around the world.

The teams will address today’s global challenges related to United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #9, focused on building resilient infrastructure, promoting inclusive and sustainable industrialization, and fostering innovation. By encouraging FIRST participants to think about future transportation sustainability, we’re also empowering them to be the next generation of leaders and innovators, tackling the world’s toughest challenges.

Registering teams for Lego FLL 2021-22 season for the following two categories:

FLL Explore :

Teams of student ages 6-10yrs focus on the fundamentals of engineering as they explore real world problems, learn to design, code and create unique solutions made with Lego bricks and powered by Lego Wedo 2.0 system.

FLL Challenge :

With a friendly competition at the heart of the challenges teams of students ages 9-16yrs engage in research, problem solving, coding and engineering – building and programming a Lego robot that navigates the missions of a robot game.


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