Official Rules, Mission Videos and so much more!

We had a great meeting last night.  Thanks to all that contributed to our “Food Factor” Kickoff meeting.  Pictures and comments will be posted later on the Blog by Hannah!

Here are the Official rules for the Food Factor Challenge and the Updated Mission Videos (Note thermometer is backwards arm should face east and rotate west!)  and our very own FLL Food Factor Scoring Spreadsheet!

This and other resources including our NEW scoring sheet be found at TechBricks Resource Page.

Have a great Labor Day Weekend!  Good luck with your first day of school.  See you after school on Tuesday @4:30 for our Project Brainstorming Meeting.

On the FLL Blog Top 10 foods that won’t get picked to be researched!

10. Liver & Onions
(Actually, I like liver & onions – but don’t know anyone else who does…)
9. Fruitcake
(The one that you saved from Christmas 1998.)
8. Corn dog pizza
(Unless you are from Minnesota.)
7. Pigs feet
(If you have a jar of these in your kitchen, we need to talk.)
6. Lutefisk
(Even my Swedish friends don’t eat this!)
5. Chocolate covered crickets
(I love chocolate and all but…)
4. Aunt Edna’s seafood casserole
(’nuff said.)
3. Blood pudding
(Ugh!)
2. Haggis
(Fair fa’your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o’ the puddin’- race!)
1. Fugu sushi
(One of the most poisonous foods in the world – probably not a good choice.)

If your team is actually going to choose one of the foods on my list – let me know… that is worth a story!

– Heidi Buck

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