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LEGO Education SPIKE Prime will start shipping on January 9, 2020, and will be allowed for use in FIRST LEGO League from that date forward. Obviously that is probably too late for the City Shaper Season (at least in West … Continue reading
From FIRST HQ: Dear US/Canada teams, As you probably have noticed, there are some discrepancies between the Team Meeting Guides and Engineering Notebooks you received with your Challenge materials or will receive shortly. This is an unfortunate error in our printing process, and … Continue reading
Next week the CITY SHAPERSM Challenge will be released, and we hope you’ll join us for a season filled with creativity and innovation as the students work together to create an innovative solution that will help shape our future. Here’s everything … Continue reading
There will be a Twitch broadcast to walk teams through all FIRST® LEGO® League and FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. materials, tentatively scheduled for August 15 at noon ET. Stay tuned for more information.
We’re two weeks away from the CITY SHAPERSM Challenge Release, and wanted to give you a preview of the season. In order to help build student confidence early, for the first time this season, your team materials will include guidance … Continue reading
We can’t wait for you to join us for CITY SHAPERSM! To help you get started, we’ve put together everything you need to know about coaching a team. Assemble Your Team: You’ll need two or more committed adult mentors to guide … Continue reading
Kudos to LEGO® Education for creating this video snapshot of FIRST® LEGO®League at FIRST® Championship this year.
Registration for the 2019-20 FLL Season is now opened. See THIS PAGE for more info. NEW THIS SEASON FIRST LEGO League team registration will default to include their Challenge Set.Purchasers may remove the Challenge Set by unclicking the box that … Continue reading
Last year, Lego Education did a “Design the Next FIRST® LEGO® League World Festival Trophy” contest. Thanks to Quinten (aka nasa105) who designed the winning trophy: