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Information Directly From FIRST LEGO LEAGUE – POST 4

October 1, 2011

We’ve got lots to share this week!

–>What are these for!?

Have questions on the materials that were included with FLL(R) registration, the robot set, and Field Set Up kit? Check out these informative videos:  http://www.youtube.com/user/FLLGlobal#p/c/B36914F7C777D818

–>Score!

Score your robot run using the official FLL referee score sheet. Found here: http://firstlegoleague.org/challenge/foodfactorrobotgame

–>Keep Updated!

Make sure your team checks the Robot Game Updates and Project FAQ pages: http://firstlegoleague.org/challenge/robotgameupdates and http://firstlegoleague.org/challenge/projectfaq

Tip: Assign a team member or two to keep on top of these updates. The recording for the Robot Game coach call has been posted on the Team Resources page. Check it out!

–>Official vs. Unofficial

Many teams and community members have posted their own Challenge videos on YouTube and uploaded scoring apps in marketplaces. While we think it is awesome that teams are creating these for the community, the *official* source of FLL Challenge information can be found only on the firstlegoleague.org website.

–>Stumped on where to start with the Project?

Check out the FLL blog. Our incredible correspondent, Heidi Buck, has started posting a series of videos called Project Avenue. http://fllblog.wordpress.com/

–>Quick Poll: Challenge priorities

Answer here: http://www.firstlegoleague.org/challenge/2011foodfactor

With High 5’s and Admiration,

FLL Team Support

Stay Connected with FLL!

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