New FIRST Lego League Resolutions Put FIRST Back in FLL!

“Until they are making fun of you on late night television, you are not part of the culture.” -Dean Kamen

Please use the FIRST name when you explain FLL or use your team name asks Dean Kamen.

Here is the Video for the kickoff ! Help Promote FIRST See number #5

Robot Pledge link to original article

1. Put your robot on a diet
Take a long hard look at your robot  and apply the KISS rule (Keep It Super Simple) – a favorite term used by engineers. Get your robot ‘in shape’ by removing any unnecessary pieces and simplifying the design.

2. Clean out your LEGO box
Think about donating some of your unused pieces and parts to individuals or groups in your community who could benefit the most. In the past, our team   donated parts to newly formed FLL teams that didn’t have any school funding, and to our local Boys & Girls Clubs – making a lot of kids really happy!

3. Volunteer
Even if your team’s season is over, think about volunteering at an upcoming regional or district Championship. Volunteering at a FIRST event is a blast, and for those not quite adult or High School age – get your coach/parents to volunteer and tag along for a super-fun day of cheering on other local teams!

4. Help grow FIRST
Make it a goal this year to get someone you know who isn’t involved with FIRST – involved! It might be one of the ‘funnest’ things you do.

5. Practice random acts of Gracious Professionalsim
Even when you’re not around your team, or at a FIRST event, put your “GP” to work! Practice makes permanent.


Posted on January 10, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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