Category Archives: FLL News
Three NEW MISSIONS have landed and the INTO ORBIT℠ Secret Mission Contest will be blasting off on February 1. Try to solve one or more of the secret missions for your chance to win this LEGO® set for each of … Continue reading
The 2018-2019 competitive season is currently underway, and students are putting their STEM knowledge to the test as they blast INTO ORBITSM and explore space. Between now and April 15, 2019, as a newcomer to FIRST LEGO League, you qualify … Continue reading
The 2019/2020 US/CAN Season Registration will open in May 2019. Feedback from teams and Partners have resulted in un-bundling the registration fee from the Challenge Set so that each can be purchased separately. Note that teams can still only purchase … Continue reading
If you are interested in First Lego League but want to try it out first and don’t have the money, than this is for you! You can apply for this grant initiative. Grant funds will cover the 2018 (Non-compete) registration … Continue reading
Teams, Just a reminder that teams should be reading the Challenge Updates. These contain important information and clarification about the Robot Game, Project and other aspects of the Into Orbit season. Make sure you are up to date on reading … Continue reading
NASA has scheduled a weekly series of live broadcasts, Tuesday at 2:00 PM ET September 18–December 11. Teams are invited to join and using Twitter or the chat feature, can talk with various topic experts about difficulties deep-space travel poses for humans … Continue reading
NASA experts are hosting online talks about the challenges of human travel to deep space on Tuesdays at 2:00 pm ET through mid-December. Access past recordings and tune in to the live broadcasts here, and click here to see the … Continue reading
We posted a new Project Challenge Update this week. Find it here and be sure to check the Challenge Updates often.
“ESA Space Insights” Video Series All Partners The first three videos of the series have been uploaded to the FIRST LEGO League YouTube Channel. In these videos, experts from the European Space Agency explain a wide range of interesting subjects, … Continue reading
All game info has been released. See http://fll.memphisfirstteams.org/2018-19-challenge/ fall all the details. Note the new Engineering Journal! It is optional, but highly recommended!