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On your mark, get set, flow! Drink in the 2017 HYDRO DYNAMICS season and learn all about water – how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. In the 2017 FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge, students age 9 to 14 from 80 countries will grade paper online make a splash with HYDRO DYNAMICS. What might become possible when we understand what happens to our water?
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http://rentctr.com/index.php FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is an exciting alliance between FIRST® and the LEGO® Group. It’s a robotics program for 9 to 16 year olds (9 to 14 in US/CAN/MEX), which is designed to get children excited about science and technology — and teach them valuable employment and life skills. Teams of up to 10 kids program an autonomous robot (using a LEGO MINDSTORMS® robot set) to score points on a thematic playing surface, create an innovative solution to a problem as part of their Project, all while guided by the FLL Core Values. These three elements – the Robot Game, Project, and FLL Core Values – make up what we call our yearly Challenge.
FLL combines the engineering challenge of a robotics competition with real-world problem solving and inventing. FLL team members learn science and technology skills at the same time as valuable employment and life skills.
http://life1031.com/events/2017-06-23/ The FLL Core Values are the cornerstones of the FLL program. They are among the fundamental elements that distinguish FLL from other programs of its kind. By embracing the Core Values, participants learn that friendly competition and mutual gain are not separate goals, and that helping one another is the foundation of teamwork.
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Each year FLL releases the Challenge in early Fall. Teams may start to meet before then, but the Challenge release day is when teams learn the details of this year’s Challenge and really start working. Teams usually meet one (1) or two (2) times per week for six (6) to eight (8) weeks.
How long your team meets may depend on many factors such as when your team plans to attend a tournament. Tournament dates vary from region to region, so your coach will need to check the schedule. Your team’s coach may adjust the number and length of the meetings as needed. Check with the coach if you have any questions about the meeting schedule.
Many teams spend time at each meeting working on all three (3) parts of the FLL experience: The Core Values, the Robot Game, and the Project. Some teams choose to divide into sub-teams so that different groups are working on different tasks. Throughout the season, your child might work with teammates on tasks such as:
Building a LEGO® MINDSTORMS® robot and attachments
Programming the robot to move on its own and perform missions
Learning about engineering and physics concepts
Testing different designs and making adjustments
Learning about the Challenge theme
Choosing a real-world problem to research
Inventing a solution to the problem the team chose
Presenting the team’s solution to other people
Your commitment to your child’s involvement in FLL is crucial to his or her success in the program. FLL is a journey of self-discovery for everyone involved: team members, coaches, parents, and volunteers. Please consider mentoring your son or daughter’s team in your area of expertise, planning fundraisers, or providing a place for the team to meet. You’ll be glad you did! Alongside adult Mentors, FLL teams solve problems using engineering concepts, presentation techniques, and robots. Everyone learns skills they can use for life, including respect, professionalism, teamwork, leadership, creativity, and spirit.
Kids will learn: our Core Values, Gracious Professionalism®, Coopertition®, responsibility, hands-on problem solving, and real-world applications of science and math concepts.
They will gain: self-confidence and self-esteem, applicable knowledge of science and technology.
They will discover: different career possibilities, they can make positive contributions to society, and they can engage with their community.
FLL CAMP – IGNITING A LOVE FOR ROBOTICS
Summer is a terrific time to get ready and learn about the FLL program. Students who participate in FLL camps are able to enjoy a stronger FLL experience when the new season starts in August. Participants will learn everything they need to learn to successfully build and complete an autonomous robot using the LEGO MINSORMS® robot set. Each session ends with a fun Mock Tournament to give the kids the experience of a real event. Most of our participants go on to successfully join or start their own team. We provide all the tools and guidance for schools, parents, and kids to help them launch a strong and FUN team when the official season starts!
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EUREKA STEM has been proudly supporting teams, coaches, and schools. Our goal is to lower any stress barriers and guide coaches and teams through a strong season. If you want to start your own team but need help along the way, contact our office to see how we can provide training in EV3 LEGO Mindstorms®, FLL project tips, and organizational support to ensure your team has a successful season.
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STEM stands for to science, technology, engineering and math concepts. FIRST LEGO League Jr. is designed to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 9 while exciting them through a brand they know and love − Guided by adult Coaches, teams (up to 6 members, grades K-3) explore a real-world scientific problem such as food safety, recycling, energy, etc. Then they create a Show Me poster that illustrates their journey of discovery and introduces their team. They also construct a motorized model of what they learned using LEGO elements. In the process, teams learn about teamwork, the wonders of science and technology, and the FIRST LEGO League Jr. Core Values, which include respect, sharing, and critical thinking. At the close of each season, teams come together at Expos to strut their stuff, share ideas, celebrate, and have fun!
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Volunteers make up 99.9% of the FIRST® workforce. Last year, over 150,000 volunteers worldwide gave over 10 million hours in over 80 countries – covering a wide range of roles across our Progression of Programs. Each year, programs receive a new challenge or game. Their seasons culminate in high energy expos that last a few hours to exciting multi-day competitions – and everything in between – made possible by volunteers, like you.
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FLL Blog Posts about the Project. By Official FLL Blog correspondent, Heidi Buck.
- Materials in Support of the Classroom
- Carnegie Mellon– Comprehensive FIRST LEGO League robotics and engineering resources can be found at the Robotics Academy site. The Robotics Academy also offers free online training and access to free materials for students who are members of the Robotics Academy’s Computer Science Student Network ( CS2N). The online trainings cover everything that teams need to know to be successful at programming their FLL robots. The Robotics Academy also offers free training for TETRIX robots.
- NASA Educational Robotics Matrix
- Tufts Center for Engineering Educational Outreach – Encyclopedia of LEGO part names and uses, building and programming hints, and physics concepts. Also, about 40 classroom activities and ideas using LEGO elements and ROBOLAB to help teach subjects, from science and engineering to reading and art, are available for download. Another database of activities is below under LEGO Invent & Investigate Database.
- Trifolioum Gears Lesson – A lesson plan about gear types and uses using LEGO gears to illustrate. Introduction to gears lesson.
- How Stuff Works – Explanations of how things work. It is not a curricula, and not specific to FIRST LEGO League, but has very good explanations of general engineering concepts. For example, How Gears Work, How Gear Ratios Work, and How Differentials Work.
RST® LEGO® League (FLL®) has basic ground rules. Failure to abide by these rules could result in ineligibility for awards at a tournament or other consequences deemed necessary by judges, referees, tournament organizers, FIRST LEGO League Partners, FLL headquarters, or their designated representatives. Additional rules and awards criteria may be found through the links below.
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