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2016: Animal Allies

Overview of the Season

Get ready. Get set. Roar! Or you could bark, quack, or squeak, because the 2016 ANIMAL ALLIESSM season is all about our furry, feathered, and finned friends. In the 2016 FIRST LEGO League Challenge, more than 28,000 teams of students age 9 to 16* will look into the eyes of our ANIMAL ALLIES. What might become possible when we learn to help each other?

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Team & Robot

2010: Body Forward

Overview of the Season

Your challenge this season is to explore the cutting edge world of Biomedical Engineering to discover innovative ways to repair injuries; overcome illnesses and disabilities; and build healthier, stronger bodies. Once you know how scientists, engineers, and doctors work together to find solutions, do some research. What kinds of problems keep people from leading happy and healthy lives? How could your team help solve one of those problems?

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Team & Robot

2008: Climate Connections

Overview of the Season

Embark on an exploration of the earth's climate in the Climate Connections Challenge! Discover the links between science, people, resources and communities. Unearth how we learn about past climates and delve into questions surrounding our current and future climatic conditions. Join FLL teams in creating a global game plan as they make these Climate Connections!

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Team & Robot

2015: FLL Trash Trek

Overview of the Season

In the TRASH TREK Project, your team will: ● Identify a problem with the way we make or handle trash ● Design an innovative solution to the problem you select ● Share your problem and solution with others

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Team & Robot

2014: FLL World Class

Overview of the Season

In the FLL WORLD CLASSSM Project, your team will: n Choose a topic that you are passionate about or always wanted to learn. n Create an innovative solution that improves the learning experience. n Share your solution with others

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Team & Robot

2011: Food Factor

Overview of the Season

Your Project challenge this season is to investigate your food and find one way to improve its safe delivery to you. Some questions to consider while you investigate include: Where does your food come from? How is it grown? Where has it been? Who handled it? How did it get to your kitchen cupboard? Who protected it along the way? How did they prevent spoiling and contamination? How did they decide which food was good and which was spoiled or contaminated? Once you know about the threats your food faces and who helps protect it, do some research. What could go wrong? How could your food become contaminated or spoiled? How could your team help prevent one of those problems? How could your team protect or preserve your food?

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Team & Robot

2013: Natures Fury

Overview of the Season

In the Nature’s Fury Project, your team will: • Identify a community that could experience a natural disaster • Identify a problem that happens when a natural disaster occurs • Create an innovative solution that helps people prepare, stay safe, or rebuild • Share your problem and solution with others

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Team & Robot

2012: Senior Solutions

Overview of the Season

Through the Senior Solutions Project, your team will: • Find a senior partner • Identify and learn about a problem faced by seniors • Create an innovative solution to the problem you identify • Share your problem and solution with others

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Team & Robot

2009: Smart Move

Overview of the Season

The Smart Move Robot Game gives you first-hand experience in getting a sensorequipped vehicle (your robot) to gain access to places and things, while avoiding or surviving impacts, all in a test environment…

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