Junior FIRST® LEGO® League India
(Jr. FLL)

It’s never too early to explore the wonders of science & technology. Jr. FLL provides this fun-filled exploring opportunity to the children of ages 6-9 years. Guided by an adult coaches, these young minds work in teams (3-6 members per team) to explore a real-world scientific challenge defined for that year’s theme. In the past seasons teams have explored & learnt about topics such as nanotechnology, climate, quality of life for the handicapped population, and transportation.

They capture this journey of exploration in a Show Me Poster and also build a Model using LEGO elements that contains at least one motorized part. Alongside this science, technology, building & programming experience, teams work with the FIRST LEGO League Jr. Core Values, which include respect, sharing, and critical thinking. Every team gets an opportunity to present & celebrate the work at official Jr. FIRST LEGO League expo.

Jr. FLL Components

The outcome of team’s exploring journey should include a Show Me Poster & a Model built using their loving brand LEGO while respecting the Core Values.

Show Me Poster

It’s a channel for teams to showcase their research & journey. An opportunity to creatively present what they have studied, learnt & about themselves.

  • Create a Show Me Poster using a flat poster board or tri-fold presentation board.
  • Use words, drawings, photos, and small objects to tell about what they have learned during their Challenge research.
  • Show where they hunted for answers and describe the people they spoke with on their journey.
  • Describe their Model & tell about the team itself
  • Document the work & journey in the Engineering Notebook

Build a Model

Another opportunity for teams to stretch their imagination & creativity. Every registered team gets a LEGO Inspire Set that includes 700+ building elements.

  • Build the Inspire Model of the season
  • Using Inspire Model as a starting point, expand the design using remaining elements in the Inspire Set and other LEGO elements
  • Teams must use LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 or WeDO to build and program one motorized component in their design

Younger elementary school students get to: