Due to COVID 19, we have adjusted the FIRST LEGO League Challenge REPLAY season. We will have one tournament, the state championship, which will be held in April 2021. Teams that have paid the FIRST team registration and are in the Rhode Island area are eligible to participate. Thanks to the generosity of National Grid and Textron Charitable Trust, we have waved the Rhode Island Students of the Future team program fee for the 2020-2021 season.
The Championship will be held in March 2021. Judging sessions will be held virtually the week before the Championship. At this time, we're planning to host the robot game live. Teams and their coaches will have a timed entry to enter the venue, and will be required to wear masks at all times. No spectators will be allowed admission.
Watch this space for updates!
FIRST LEGO League guides youth through STEM learning and exploration at an early age. From Discover (PreK-1), to Explore (Grades 2-4) and then to Challenge (grades 4-8), students will understand the basics of STEM and apply their skills in an exciting competition while gaining productive learning habits, confidence, and teamwork skills along the way.
For children ages 4-6, FIRST LEGO League Discover is a playful introductory STEM program ignites their natural curiosity and builds their habits of learning with hands-on activities in the classroom and at home using LEGO® DUPLO® bricks. Learn more here.
In FIRST LEGO League Explore, teams of students ages 6-10 focus on the fundamentals of engineering as they explore real-world problems, learn to design, and code and create unique solutions made with LEGO bricks and powered by LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0. Learn more here.
Friendly competition is at the heart of FIRST LEGO League Challenge, as teams of students ages 9-14* engage in research, problem-solving, coding, and engineering - building and programming a LEGO robot that navigates the missions of a robot game. Learn more here.
*ages and grades vary by country; outside the U.S., some students may be as old as 16.