Welcomed
the duties of helping to
coach a Jr.FLL team at PS11,
the elementary school her
child attended
Helped
shy, young team develop their
articulation of ideas and public
speaking skills
Led
Jr.FLL graduates into
formation of a school-based
FLL team for enhanced skill-
building with real robots
Team
Growth
inspiration
ata
glance
The Challenge »
Teams explored their
favorite snack from
farm to table, learned
how it is kept fresh
and safe to eat, then
built LEGO
®
models
and created Show-Me
posters depicting their
journey of discovery.
Accomplishments »
18,000 6-9 year olds
participated on 2,985
teams from 50 U.S.
states and 8 countries
to celebrate curiosity,
imagination, discovery,
and teamwork
Competitions »
More than 90
regional Expos;
Jr.FLL World Festival
Expo in St. Louis
Noteworthy »
As the entry-level program
in the FIRST Progression
of Programs, Jr.FLL is
the fastest-growing,
with global reach
Lisa Gaye
Parent Volunteer, “PS11 LEGO LEADERS”
Manhattan, NY
Lisa GayE
Parent Volunteer
Grades K-3
004
125
2005
327
2006
702
2007
1,0 4
2008
1,2 3
2009
1,448
2010
2, 47
2011
2,985
YEAR
Teams
9
1,
2010
2, 47
2011
2,985
YEAR
Teams
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