FIRST® LEGO® League (Grades 4-8) gives students the chance to develop, design, build, and code LEGO® robots to perform autonomous missions on a themed playing field and design innovative solutions to a real-world problem inspired by the theme.
Designed for 10 students and guided by 2 adult coaches, individual teams follow a specific season timeline and are eligible to compete in local and regional events hosted by FIRST LEGO League program delivery partners. Learn more about this option here.
Designed to reach 30 students at one time, FIRST LEGO League Class Packs offer educators a fun, flexible, and convenient way to achieve STEM learning objectives and provide students with a pathway to high-quality, impactful STEM education from FIRST.
Class Pack - 30 students
Reusable year-to-year and complete with over 1,000 parts, special elements, programming software, and storage, the LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 Core + Expansion Set includes components needed to build and program a robot capable of completing FIRST LEGO League Challenge objectives.
Six (6) EV3 Core and Expansion Sets are recommended per Class Pack (30 students) and can be purchased separately from FIRST.
Customized to meet the unique needs of upper elementary and middle school educators, teaching them how to inspire their students to become innovators by encouraging them to ask questions, define problems, and design unique solutions.
By the end of the two-day training, participants will:
* FIRST LEGO League Professional Development does not teach participants to be expert programmers or builders.
“Thank you for this PD! It was really helpful and the organization really allowed us to follow along and learn quickly. Being able to do all of the different pieces of the challenge was super helpful!” – KIPP Foundation teacher