MISSION MOON Season Materials
Challenge Document – Learn the basics of what this season is all about!
Inspire Set Building Instructions – Once you have received your inspire set this is where you can find instructions on how to build it!
Engineering Notebook & Team Meeting Guide – The notebooks complement the Team Meeting guide and are used to guide team members through the season. Only registered teams will receive these 2 collaterals via email.
MISSION MOON Multimedia Connections – A session-by-session list of all the Multimedia Connections for the MISSION MOONSM Challenge. These resources include links to websites, videos, and other online tools related to the content of each session.
Building resources for FIRST LEGO League Jr. teams.
LDraw.org – LDraw™ is an open standard for LEGO®CAD programs that allow the user to create virtual LEGO models and scenes. LDraw is and always will be offered free of charge.
brickplayer.com – Private, independent website featuring LEGO sculptures, mosaics, news, reviews, and building tips & tricks.
brickjournal.com – BrickJournal is a magazine that spotlights the many aspects of the LEGO Community. Events, people, and models are showcased in every issue, with a couple of surprises too!
brickshelf.com – Cool LEGO building stuff.
peeron.com – More cool LEGO stuff, including a list of parts numbers and names; color chart, sets, building instructions (often old item no longer available on www.LEGO.com).
classic-castle.com – For LEGO castle aficionados.
bricklink.com – Premium venue for individuals and businesses from all around the world to buy and sell new, used and vintage LEGO® through fixed price and auction services.
brothers-brick.com – The Brothers Brick is a LEGO blog for adult fans of LEGO.
lugnet.com – International LEGO Users Group Network, a global community of LEGO enthusiasts. LUGNET unites LEGO fans worldwide through forums, web pages, and services.
In FIRST LEGO League Jr., every team and team member’s achievements are celebrated!
Overall Champion Awards – For the best team that has an excellent ability to produce a unique beautiful design, outstanding programming skills and great team spirit.
Runner-up Awards – For the team that has a commendable ability to produce a unique beautiful design, outstanding programming skills and great team spirit.
Second Runner-up Awards – For the team that has a satisfactory ability to produce a unique beautiful design, outstanding programming skills and great team spirit.
Amazing Movement Award– For incorporating a unique movement into a team’s design,
Master Programmer Award– For a team that utilizes outstanding programming principles, including clear, concise and reusable code that allows their robot to perform challenge missions autonomously and consistently.
Complexity and Decoration Award– For beautiful model construction, with great decorative touches.
Most Explosive Award– For explosive ideas, eye-catching Show-Me poster, and explosive team energy.
Robust Design Award– The team whose understanding and application of construction knowledge allowed them to produce the most solid and sturdiest design.
Team Spirit Award– For a fun team environment, a positive attitude, and constant team support and cheering.