Team 1890 is scheduled to participate in the FIRST LEGO LEAGUE Jr. Southern California EXPO on Sunday, February 11, 2018.
This is an all-day event that takes place at LEGOLAND in Carlsbad, CA. It will run from 10:00am until 5:00pm.
There are morning and afternoon judging times. The exact times for judging, viewing and awards ceremony will become available one week prior to the event.
All team members are expected to attend and wear their Wise School Robowildcat Tee Shirts (arriving soon!)
Registration for team members has already been paid. If you have friends and family members that would like to attend the FLL Jr Expo at LEGOLAND on Sunday, February 11, 2018, tickets are $37.00 and available to order at this link: https://wise.shulcloud.com/form/legolandaquaadventureexpos
Ticket fees are not refundable from the school, however LEGOLAND does issue refunds at the Group Sales gate. You can also purchase additional tickets at the Group Sales gate on the day of the EXPO.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Judy Hoffman - firstname.lastname@example.org
We are submitting our ticket order on December 1st so please try to purchase your tickets before that date.
Please save the date of Sunday, February 11th for the FIRST LEGO League, Jr. EXPO at Legoland in Carlsbad, CA. The competition will start at 10am. Each team will participate in a judging session, a viewing session to see other team projects and of course, the awards ceremony. Details soon.
Today we completed our Inspire Kit and now we are using We Do 2.0 motors and programming to move the Inspire Model. In this model small blue and brown Lego pieces represent clean and dirty water and the Inspire Model represents some kind of water treatment device...we think!
Here's how it works: https://youtu.be/c_3vO6uWSnc
We'll have some images and videos of ours as soon as we finish programming it.
Today we learned about some interesting ways that communities interact with water. We learned about the PlayPump and how it was designed to help communities in Africa get access to clean drinking water.
We started to build our Inspire Kits. The Inspire Kit is part of our Aqua Adventure Challenge. Once it is built it will be a part of our model. The Inspire Kit video is here:
Today was our first meeting and we learned the FLL Jr. Core Values, learned about the Aqua Adventure challenge and talked about what it means to be a good team mate.
Here are the FLL Jr. Core Values that we learned about:
1. We are a team.
2. We do the work.
3. Our Coach helps us learn, but we find the answers ourselves.
4. We share experiences and discoveries with others.
5. We are helpful, kind, and show respect when we work, play, and share. We call this Gracious Professionalism.
6. We are all winners.
7. We have fun.
We are good team members and we would like to share what our members think makes a good team member. Caleb is good at helping others and being there for others, Adam is a good builder, Bennett is good at building and is smart. Jayden is good at looking for good things and coming up with ideas. Jacob is good at building and engineering and Gavin is good at engineering.
Today our build was to create a model that represented how each of us is a good team member.
Team 1890 is meeting on a new day this year. We will be meeting on Mondays from 3:30 - 4:30 starting on September 25th. If you are a 6-10 year old interested in robotics, please contact Ms. Hoffman for more information.
During the 2016 - 2017 academic year we will have two FLL Jr. Teams.
Team 970 will continue to meet on Mondays from 3:30 - 4:30. Team 1890 will meet on Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30. Each team will have 6 members. All team members must be in grades 1-3.
Each team member will be responsible for conducting research on this year's challenge: Creature Craze in order to develop our Show Me Poster. In addition team members will be responsible for creating a simple machine using LEGO We Do kits and preparing an oral presentation for judging sessions at any FLL Jr. Expos our team attends.
Children who want to participate in this team should work well in groups and be able to travel with the team.
MAXIMUM TEAM SIZE: 6
Registration will open on August 29th. Please contact email@example.com for more information.