STEM & Robotics Courses -
Courses are used by teachers to organize STEM classes. Students move through the videos and solve the tasks. Teachers guide them. The courses are ordered by last published.
The first level of the LEGO robotics curriculum for second, third, and fourth-grade students.
A "space adventure", but with robots. Different robot structures are built in this level. The motors are controlled so that the robots perform precise movements around the "earth", "moon" and "sun". We overcome various obstacles after bumping into them thanks to the force sensor. We learn interesting facts about the solar system and space vehicles.
In this course, we demonstrate and explain example solutions for the FIRST LEGO League 2021-2022 Cargo Connect competition. Just like every year, we share solutions only after the season is over. In this course, you will find examples and principles of building attachments and will learn how to program consistent and reliable robots for each mission. You can follow the course, and as you go through each mission, try to replicate the solutions to understand the programs and explanations. Upon completion of the course, you will have many new ideas about how to approach the missions in every FLL robotics competition and how to help your team score more points.
Before starting this course, we suggest you go through the FIRST LEGO League robot game guide
Two concepts are important for robotics competitions - consistently navigate and position the robot exactly where we need it to be on the field, and builing attachments that would accomplish a mission once we have reached it. This course is focused on the first part. The second part is the whole FLLCasts platform, but start at FIRST LEGO League with LEGO Education SPIKE Prime. "Challenge" competition for 9-16 years old
The goal of this course is the help you learn to program LEGO Education SPIKE Prime robots to behave consistently and reliably during competitions. As a language we use LEGO Education SPIKE App Word Blocks which is based on Scratch. We look at a lot of concepts that could be used for FIRST LEGO League and World Robot Olympiad competitions - eg how to follow a line fast, slow, in a smooth way, with 5 states. Also how to align to lines, how to do double alignment, how to keep a straight line with motion sensor.
This course presents Solutions and Review of the FIRST LEGO League 2020-2021 RePlay competition. We do such a course every year after the competition. By moving through the course lessons, building the robot and attachment and completing the missions you will learn how to achieve FLL mission following good engineering principles for building robots, attachments and developing programs. Upon completion of the course you will have many new ideas about how to approach mission on every FLL robotics competition and how to help your team score more points.
This is the most detailed course we've ever built on how to prepare for a FIRST LEGO League robotics competition and we've specifically focused on the use of LEGO Education SPIKE Prime as a simple Box Robot. The course consists of 25 lessons suitable for both beginner and advanced students. We build on the knowledge of 10 years of sharing example solutions with explanations for FIRST LEGO League robotics competitions.
This course is one of the popular courses in the FIRST LEGO League Robot Game. The Complete Guide. We recommend you also check out the whole guide.
This demo course is part of the Learn at Home program with LEGO Education SPIKE Prime. Learn more about the program at Learn at Home with LEGO Education SPIKE Prime. The course contains a few instructions and challenges that everybody could use after registration. It gives you the opportunity to try a couple of the instructions at FLLCasts for FREE and to play with your child for a couple of weeks. After the completion of the Demo course we would direct you the next one.
The goal of this course is to give structure. There are many resources at FLLCasts for other robotics sets and just some of the are about LEGO Education SPIKE Prime. Begin the course and we would help you with some structure of what to build next
FIRST LEGO League (FLL) 2019-2020 City Shaper Challenge. Example solutions with explanations. EV3 and SPIKE
You probably know that every year we're releasing a Solutions and Review course for the missions of FIRST LEGO League competitions challenges. This year the situation with the competition is a bit different, but here we are - sitting here, acting kinda normal, figuring out what robot should we build to accomplish every mission 10 times in a row.
An introduction to the SPIKE Prime set! In this course you will have access to 7 3D instructions for SPIKE Prime robots, exploring the possibilities of the base set. After you build them, you can give them life using our cool programs that do various things, from just moving the robot forward, to finding the closest object to it.
After that, if you are up to the challenge, we have prepared some hard additional tasks. They aim to make you research solutions for modifications to the program and the robot. Of course, you can always make your own additions to the robots and have fun with it!