Our Collaborative Blog for the First Lego League

December 4, 2013
by Kyle

Lego Timeline

Lego Timeline (Project)

  1. Look at the provided info in your manuals and FLL website.
  2. Organise team name and whether you’re going to split or stay in a team.
  3. Decide which topic you’re focusing on.
  4. Arrange experts to interview in that specific topic.
  5. Find a problem on the topic and find a creative solution.
  6. Recall all the Infor mation you learnt.
  7. Write down some of the best bits and pieces of the information you have gathered on your poster, presentation, etc.
  8. Give everyone a part to say in the presentation.
  9. Recite your lines

Lego Timeline (Technical)

  1. Build all the elements.
  2. Decide what mission you would like to accomplish.
  3. Build a robot regarding the rules in the FLL manual and FLL website.
  4. Program the robot and test.
  5. Keep a log of your programming.
  6. Redesign and reprogram tour robot to make it work.
  7. If it works continue to the next step, but if it doesn’t, repeat previous step.
  8. Ensure the programs work.
  9. Time the missions.
  10. Keep a record of the points your team wishes to accomplish.
  11. If you still have time before the competition, maybe consider programming the robot to do more missions, whilst not exceeding the time limit.

December 2, 2013
by Kyle


Dear Parents, School Councillors, Staff and Friends,

On Thursday 5th December the Lego Robotics State Champions Ctrl + Alt + Del will be presenting our Nature’s Fury Project to special guests and the school community. You are invited to attend this event which will take place at Berwick Lodge PS from times 11:00 to 12:00 pm in the BER building.

We hope to see you there.

Warmest Regards,

Ctrl + Alt + Del.

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