What is Jr. FLL?

At the K-3 level kids may participate in an event called Jr.FLL. During this event kids research and build an imitation, using legos, of the topic give that year. This competition is a great way to get kids interested in math and science at a young age, and to get them to explore their community outside of their current bounds.

More Information

Junior FLL interest flyer

Starting a Team

Teams often consist of 5-10 students, and 1-2 mentors. Teams will need at least 1 medium sized room to work and store parts and robots. Teams will, on average, spend $300 to kick start their team.

The cost to register a Junior FLL team with FIRST is $75. To register a team, follow the instructions here : Jr.FLL registration

Junior FLL Exhibition


G3 Robotics hosts a Junior FLL Exhibition at Grady High school each year in December. Entry is $50 per team.  This year's event will be held ———.  To sign up, complete both steps below.

  1. Complete the registration form: Exhibition Registration 2017

  2. Pay your entry fee: Exhibition Fees

Turning “look at me” into “look at US!” The FIRST LEGO League Jr. season culminates with Expos where teams show off what they learned and created. 

Events offer students an amazing experience as they celebrate their hard work, have fun, make new friendships, and are exposed to ideas and ideology that will enhance their lives for decades to come.

FIRST LEGO League Jr. team members and adult Coaches and Volunteers all agree – season-ending events are the most amazing, inspiring experiences they’ve ever had. Where else can you make new friends, share ideas, watch older kids compete with robots, and get pumped up over technology all while having the time of your lives? Kids realize more than ever that FIRST is all about teamwork, sharing, helping others, and respect.