Be Game Changers!!
You didn’t enter the field just to play. You came to turn tables. To redefine, to revolutionize, to change the way the game is played. Now is your time. It’s time for us to revolutionize the way we play and move. It’s time to be Game Changers.
RePLAY Kick Off Video
Opportunities to play are all around us. In the RePLAY Challenge, the creativity of young minds will transform spaces – from open fields to empty parking lots – into opportunities to play. What activities can we create there? How can the games and the places where we play change to reflect the people playing or the equipment we have?
This season, FIRST LEGO League Challenge participants will harness their natural curiosity and use their critical thinking and imagination to explore what future spaces for play will look like. Guided by adult mentors and working as a team, students will apply their STEM skills to participate in an Innovation Project to solve a real-world problem, build and program a LEGO® robot, and compete in an exciting, mission-based Robot Game.
Are you ready to play?
- Identify Missions to solve.
- Design, build and program a LEGO Robot to complete the Missions.
- Test and refi ne your program and design.
Your Robot will have to navigate, capture, transport, activate, or deliver objects. You and your Robot will only have 2½ minutes to complete as any Missions as possible. So, be creative!
- Identify a problem with a building or public space in your community.
- Design a solution.
- Share your solution with others and then refine it.
At official events, your team will present your Project, including the problem, your solution, and how you shared it, in a 5-minute presentation.
Find more details in the Engineering Notebook, the Team Meeting Guides and on Research Project…
- Show the judges how you built and programmed your robot.
- Explain how you found the solutions for design and robot building.
- Answer the judge’s questions about your robot.
In robot design, you explain your robot to the judges and how you constructed and programmed it. Judges will have 5 minutes to ask questions about your robot.
Click below for more information about this year’s season and challenge on the FIRST website: