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On your mark, get set, flow! Drink in the 2017/2018 HYDRO DYNAMICSSM season and learn all about water – how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. In the 2017/2018 FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge, students age 9 to 16* from 80 countries will make a splash with HYDRO DYNAMICS. What might become possible when we understand what happens to our water?

FIRST LEGO League challenges kids to think like scientists and engineers. During the HYDRO DYNAMICSSM season, teams will choose and solve a real-world problem in the Project. They will also build, test, and program an autonomous robot using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® technology to solve a set of missions in the Robot Game. Throughout their experience, teams will operate under the FIRST LEGO League signature set of Core Values, celebrating discovery, teamwork, and Gracious Professionalism®.

Important dates to remember

Challenge Announcement

29 August 2017

Presentation & Preliminary Rounds

28 February & 1 March 2018

(Teams only need to come either 1 of the day upon release of team schedule in Feb 2018)

Finals & Award Ceremony

3 March 2018


Challenge Announcement Released

Venue: Canadian International School Lakeside Campus

Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (subject to change)

Each team has to be accompanied by at least one teacher in charge or school-approved parent volunteer.

Things to take note of

The trial runs are an opportunity for you to test out your robot with your coach and to highlight any issues that you might be facing with the challenge board. Any such issues raised on the Robot Game day will not be entertained.

Teams must participate in both the project presentation and robot game to qualify for any award.

Teams that arrive after their designated time may not be allowed to present their work to the judges or take part in the robot game.

Any team with behaviour contrary to the FLL values may be disqualified at the sole discretion of the organisers.

It is strictly forbidden for participants who are in the arena during the robot game to communicate with anyone outside the arena. The flouting of this rule will lead to instant disqualification.

Learning Journeys for FIRST LEGO League Participants

To help FIRST LEGO League participants get started on their research and to generate ideas, Duck Learning will be organizing a series of Learning Journeys for FIRST LEGO League participants each season.

Click HERE to register for FIRST LEGO League SG Hydrodynamics 2017/2018 challenge Learning Journey!

2-Day FIRST LEGO League Introduction Workshop


Every season, we conduct a 2-day FIRST LEGO League workshop for participants & coaches, especially those new to robotics and FIRST LEGO League.

This exciting 2-day workshop is specially customised for students and coaches who are attempting FIRST LEGO League for the first time.

This interactive workshop will guide participants through the whole FIRST LEGO League tournament and help new participants understand the robot game and research project better.

Get ideas and invaluable tips on how to design your robots for the robot game and how to create an awesome presentation for your research project from our 2-Day FIRST LEGO League Introduction Workshops.

Click HERE to register for the HydroDynamics Season Kick-off workshop in January 2018!

Challenge Mat

Click here to download the field set up guide

FIRST® LEGO® League 2017/2018 Coopertition Matches

teamwork-2198961_1920As part of our on-going efforts to provide all participants of FIRST LEGO League with a holistic learning journey, we are pleased to launch our 1st ever Coopertition matches before the actual competition in March 2018.

Teams from different schools will have a chance to get together and pit their robots against each other at our Coopertition matches. This activity aims to inculcate FIRST LEGO League Core values of Coopertition and Gracious Professionalism to the participants.

Click HERE to register!

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