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Loveland Robotics has 6 FIRST LEGO League (FLL) teams for the 2023-24 season.


FIRST® LEGO® League is a program that supports  the most accessible, guided, global robotics competition, helping students and teachers to build a better future together. The program is built around theme-based Challenges to engage children ages 9 to 14 in research, problem solving, coding, and engineering. The foundation of the program is the FIRST® Core Values, which emphasize teamwork, discovery, and innovation. Students emerge more confident, excited, and equipped with the skills they need in a changing workforce.



It’s never too early to discover STEM!  

Loveland Robotics has 14 FIRST LEGO League Explore teams, and the program is growing every year.  FLL Explore is designed to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10 while exciting them through a brand they know and love − LEGO®.


The FLL Challenge Innovation Project

Every season, FIRST LEGO League begins with a new challenge.  Teams of 2-10 students work together to choose and research an innovation project based on the year's theme. Teams also work to build and program a robot to complete missions on the game field. While working on their project and robot, teams learn and use the FIRST core values: Discovery, Innovation, Impact, Inclusion, Teamwork and Fun!

Learn more about the current season on the games page.


The FLL Explore Challenge

FIRST LEGO League Jr focuses on building interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through a real-world challenge that changes each season.  Teams with of up to 6 students work together using research, critical thinking, and imagination to solve the challenge.  They build models using LEGO Education WeDO 2.0 sets and to create Show Me posters to share what they learned.  Throughout the season, they learn and use the FIRST core values.

Learn more about the current season on the games page.

The Teams

Mercury's Mechanics

FLL Team 38182


Visit our Boosters page for more information!

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