Matthew and Anthony ran the team’s solution to the 2012 First Lego League (FLL) robot game puzzle for students at Skaggs Elementary as part of its College Week celebration. They explained how they figured out the puzzles and answered student questions about FLL. They told them how being on a FLL team helps them try out careers in mechanical engineering, computer programming, the sciences and even management. They also can practice skills that are helpful for a variety of careers such as giving presentations, making posters, conducting research, brainstorming solutions and practicing teamwork.
Note: We had to crop the photos so that students were not recognizable.
Model Scout Robotics participated at the 2012 North Texas FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Regional Championship tournament at the Hockaday School on January 12, 2013. They won the 1st Place Champion’s Award at the event — the highest award in FIRST LEGO League at the regional level. This award is earned by the team with the strongest performance across all four areas of the competition (robot game, robot design, project and core values).
Our team now has an invitation to attend the FLL North American Open Invitational championship at LEGOLAND California from May 17 to 19th 2013! We are raising funds and we are going!Team members are (from left to right): Walter, Anthony, Matthew, Veronica and team captain Katherine.
Today, the LEGO Group announced the launch of a new generation of the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® platform, called LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3. It looks really cool. FIRST LEGO League announced this platform will be allowed in the 2013 Nature’s Fury FIRST LEGO League Robot Game. Learn more about this set use in FLL here.