Within U.S. and Canada

Register for the 2013 DISASTER BLASTER Season

**Click the link above to register a team for the 2013 Disaster Blaster Season**

Important Registration Information

Important note:  FIRST is conducting an evaluation of the Junior FIRST LEGO League Program for the 2013-2014 Disaster Blaster Season. We have partnered with The Research Group at The Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley to conduct the evaluation. After you register your Jr.FLL Team, you may be contacted by The Research Group inviting you to participate in the evaluation. Please consider being part of this very important project for Jr.FLL. If you have any questions about this evaluation project, please contact Nancy Boyer at For questions regarding registration or the  Jr.FLL Program, please contact

2013 DISASTER BLASTER Product Assortment Price List

LEGO® Education will be moving their website to a new platform. From Thursday, March 13 at 12:00pm CST though May, they will not be able to accept orders online.  To place an order please contact LEGO Education at 800-362-4308800-362-4308 during business hours.  Thank you for your patience while they make this transition.  * Business hours: Monday -Friday 7:30am to 5:30pm CST.

Registration fee is $50 USD
See also:  Team Grant Information

Registration includes:
  •     Challenge Guidelines - Model and Show Me poster
  •     Jr.FLL Coaches' Guide
  •     Access to the Jr.FLL Online Showcase
  •     Access to Jr.FLL Forums - password to registered team only sections
  •     Reduced pricing on LEGO® Kits
  •     Jr.FLL Challenge Pack - The Junior FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge Pack is a convenient resource for coaches to use in order to guide their team through a successful Jr.FLL season. Activities and lessons contained in the Challenge Pack align with the Challenge theme for the season, allowing coaches to move through the 6-8 weeks in an organized manner. Use the pack as a guide, use it as a script  for every meeting, or just simply use it as a timeline inserting your own activities along the way. It contains 12 main focus sessions, with 4 additional drop-in sessions, each lasting between 60 and 90 minutes. Teams will experience team building activities, conduct research using a variety of media, learn about simple machines and the engineering design process, and have the opportunity to practice presentation skills. Don’t know how to get started? Download the Challenge Pack from your TIMS account today.