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FIRST LEGO LEAGUE

Explore (Age 6-10) | Challenge (Age 9-14)

Experience problem-solving through a guided global robotics program. FIRST ® LEGO® League (FLL) introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to children ages 4-14 through fun, exciting hands-on learning

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FIRST LEGO LEAGUE EXPLORE

AGE: JUNIOR (6-10)

Tools: LEGO® WeDo 2.0 (Hardware to be purchased separately – Buy)

Timing: Tuesday, 5 PM – 6 PM (EST)

Schedule: 1-hour session/week

Price: CAD 39 (+HST) / class

Competition: Fall 2021

Location: Virtual and In-Person

In-Person class address: 

1201 Britannia Rd W #7J, Mississauga, ON L5V 1N2

FLL Explore is beginner-level training for kids interested in participating in FIRST LEGO LEAGUE. Kids code for robotics, teams of students ages 6 to 10 will get trained on fundamentals of engineering as they explore real-world problems, create unique solutions made with LEGO bricks. 

Let your kid join effective and intuitive training and discover both coding and robotics! The in-person option is available!

First Lego Robotics

FIRST LEGO LEAGUE EXPLORE

AGE: JUNIOR (6-10)

Tools: LEGO® WeDo 2.0 (Hardware to be purchased separately)

Timing: Tuesday, 5 PM – 6 PM (EST)

Schedule: 1-hour session/week

Price: CAD 39 (+HST) / class

Competition: Fall 2021

Location: Virtual and In-Person

In-Person class address: 

1201 Britannia Rd W #7J, Mississauga, ON L5V 1N2

FLL Explore is beginner-level training for kids interested in participating in FIRST LEGO LEAGUE. Kids code for robotics, teams of students ages 6 to 10 will get trained on fundamentals of engineering as they explore real-world problems, create unique solutions made with LEGO bricks. 

Let your kid join effective and intuitive training and discover both coding and robotics! The in-person option is available!

DeepBrains Explore Classroom (Size 4-6)

FLL Explore class
Lego Explore Training Topics

Topic 1: Introduces building and coding using the Light Block.
Topic 2: Introduces building and coding using the Motor Power Block to make the motor turn at different speeds.
Topic 3: Introduces building and coding using the motor further, making it turn for a set amount of time and then change direction.
Topic 4: Introduces building and coding using the Motion Sensor.
Topic 5: Discover ways that scientists and engineers can use rovers to explore places where humans cannot go.
Topic 6: Discover how to use the Motion Sensor to detect the presence of a special plant specimen.
Topic 7: Discover how to use the Tilt Sensor to help Rover send a message to the base.
Topic 8: Explore the importance of collaborating during projects.
Topic 9: Investigating the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on the movement of an object.
Topic 10: Investigating what factors can make a car go faster to help predict future motion.
Topic 11: Design an automatic LEGO floodgate to control water according to various precipitation patterns.
Topic 12: Design a device that sorts objects using their physical properties, including shape and size.

 

FLL Challenge

FIRST LEGO LEAGUE CHALLENGE

AGE: SENIOR (9-14)

Tools: LEGO® SPIKE™ Prime (Hardware to be purchased separately – Buy)

Timing: Monday, 5 PM – 6 PM (EST) or Friday, 6 PM – 7 PM (EST)

Schedule: 1-hour session/week

Price: CAD 39 (+HST) / class

Competition: Dec 2021 (Tentative)

Location: Virtual and In-Person

In-Person class address: 

1201 Britannia Rd W #7J, Mississauga, ON L5V 1N2

FLL Challenge is an advanced level training for kids interested in participating in the FIRST LEGO LEAGUE competition in December 2021 (Tentative). Kids of ages 9 to 14 years form teams and we will nurture problem-solving, coding and engineering skills.

Kids will be well-trained to participate in a research project to identify and solve a real-world problem during the FIRST LEGO LEAGUE Competition.

FIRST LEGO LEAGUE CHALLENGE

AGE: SENIOR (9-14)

Tools: LEGO® SPIKE™ Prime (Hardware to be purchased separately)

Timing: Monday, 5 PM – 6 PM (EST) or Friday, 6 PM – 7 PM (EST)

Schedule: 1-hour session/week

Price: CAD 39 (+HST) / class

Competition: Dec 2021 (Tentative)

Location: Virtual and In-Person

In-Person class address: 

1201 Britannia Rd W #7J, Mississauga, ON L5V 1N2

FLL Challenge is an advanced level training for kids interested in participating in the FIRST LEGO LEAGUE competition in December 2021 (Tentative). Kids of ages 9 to 14 years form teams and we will nurture problem-solving, coding and engineering skills.

Kids will be well-trained to participate in a research project to identify and solve a real-world problem during the FIRST LEGO LEAGUE Competition.

DeepBrains Challenge Classroom (Size: 8-10)

FLL Challenge team
Lego Challenge Training Topics

 

Unit Plans Lessons LEGO SPIKE Prime
Life Hacks Break Dance Synchronize motor movements of a “break dancer” to keep in rhythm with light and beats.
Life Hacks Repeat 5 Times Use variables to count the number of sit-ups and calories burned during a workout.
Life Hacks Rain or shine? Create a way of displaying a weather forecast using qualitative cloud data.
Life Hacks Wind Speed Create a way to display wind speed using quantitative cloud data.
Life Hacks Veggie Love Use live forecast data to decide whether tomato plants will need to be watered this week.
Life Hacks Brain Game Record multiple values at the same time in an array (list), and compare values.
Life Hacks The Coach Design, build, and program a training coach to improve the process of mastering something.
Life Hacks Code Your Moves Unplugged coding: Use pseudocode to write a program for a dance move.
Competition Training Camp 1: Driving Around Build a Practice Driving Base and make precise and controlled movements.
Competition Training Camp 2: Playing with Objects Use sensors to control motors and interact with objects on the competition field.
Competition Training Camp 3: Reacting to Lines Write programs using the Color Sensor to make the Driving Base autonomous.
Competition Assembling an Advanced Driving Base Use effective teamwork to build and present a strong competition-ready Driving Base.
Competition My Code, Our Program Use My Blocks to write organized programs that’ll help the Advanced Driving Base perform quickly and reliably.
Competition Time for an Upgrade Build motorized tools that can help solve competition tasks.
Competition Mission Ready Use controlled motor movements, sensors, and organized programs to solve a practice competition challenge in the shortest amount of time.
Competition The Guided Mission Coach your team through a real FIRST LEGO League mission and prepare them for the challenges to come!
Competition Mission Training: Creative Problem-Solving Build your mission strategy skills. Use the design process to develop a creative solution to a problem.

 

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