Engage your students in a range of relevant learning opportunities that will immerse them in research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering with FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge Class Pack.
FIRST® Class Pack helps facilitators guide their students through 12 sessions as they develop, design, build, and code a LEGO® robot that navigates missions of a robot game and develop an innovation project solution to a real-world problem.
Resources available to facilitators include scope and sequence options, which feature variations to customize activities to extend learning beyond the 12 sessions using FIRST and LEGO Education supporting materials.
To ensure students are acquiring knowledge and developing skills that are age- and grade-level appropriate, the FIRST LEGO League Challenge Learning Progression can also be used to validate or assess students' knowledge and skills.
Class Pack includes printed materials and digital access to resources through the FIRST Thinkscape portal.
See the program overview here.
For our 2020-2021 robotics season theme, FIRST® GAME CHANGERSSM, powered by Star Wars: Force for Change, we’ll be stepping into the world of sports, play, and fitness – moving, collaborating, competing, and celebrating.
There are opportunities to play all around us. In this year’s FIRST LEGO League Challenge season, RePLAYSM, your students will explore the activities we can do in all the different spaces and how we can ensure that our games and activities are fun and accessible for everyone involved.
NEW! Using Google Classroom, you can experience FIRST LEGO League Challenge no matter where your team members and students are learning this season. To complete the activities, each student will need a LEGO Education robot and three (3) RePLAY Mission Models from the RePLAY Challenge Set. Purchase additional Challenge Sets and Mats in the FIRST Dashboard (subject to availability). Check out the Challenge Guide for Distance Education for more!
>Download the guide
(not included with Class Pack)
Can be purchased through FIRST
Reusable year-to-year, SPIKE Prime combines over 1,100 colorful LEGO building elements, easy-to-use hardware, and an intuitive drag-and-drop coding language based on Scratch. View technical specs and system requirements.
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. View technical specs and system requirements.
For the best possible student experience, we recommend at least two electronic devices (computer/tablet) per four students.
FIRST has completed an external analysis and mapping of FIRST LEGO League Challenge to national educational standards. Below is a list of the available standards alignments:
21st Century Skills
Common Core State Standards Alignment (ELA; Math)
Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA)
International Society for Technology Education (ISTE)
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
Social and Emotional Learning Standards (SEL)
Standards for Technological Literacy (ITEEA)
Participation Cost 2020-2021
SPIKE Prime Robot Set
MINDSTORMS EV3 Robot Set
Recommended 1 kit per 4 students
Optional but strongly recommended
$500 (1 seat)