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    City Shaper: FLL Challenge Set 2019

    This LEGO® set was used in the 2019/2020 FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge called City Shaper.

    Every year, FIRST® LEGO® League releases a new Challenge based on a real-world, scientific theme. City Shaper is all about the big issues faced in cities and how teamwork can shape a better future for everyone. Teams were challenged to complete up to 14 different missions with the robots that teams designed from LEGO® MINDSTORMS®. You can find more information in the official FIRST® archive of past challenges.

    FIRST® LEGO® League Challenges are designed to be played on a table with specific design requirements. The AndyMark Robot Competition Table is fully qualified and is modular for easy storage and transport.

    For missing, broken or replacement pieces from your Challenge Set, please go to: https://www.lego.com/en-us/service/replacementparts

    Note: the building components included in this set are compatible with both Spike Prime and MINDSTORM.

    # Pièce: am-4567
    $145.00
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    LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime Set

    #45678
    $449.00
    (En stock)

    The LEGO® Education SPIKE Prime Set is the go-to STEAM learning tool for grade 6-8 students. Combining colorful LEGO building elements, easy-to-use hardware, and an intuitive drag-and-drop coding language based on Scratch, SPIKE Prime continuously engages students through playful learning activities to think critically and solve complex problems, regardless of their learning level. From easy-entry projects to limitless creative design possibilities, including the option to explore text-based coding with Python, SPIKE Prime helps students learn the essential STEAM and 21st century skills needed to become the innovative minds of tomorrow... while having fun!

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    LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime Expansion Set

    #45681
    $165.95
    (90 En stock)

    Inspire your secondary students to explore more advanced creations and continue to nurture their interest in STEAM learning with the LEGO® Education SPIKE Prime Expansion Set (45681). It comes with over 600 LEGO elements, including large wheels, gear racks, a Color Sensor and Large Motor, plus a unique Maker Plate for easy building with your choice of single board computing (SBC) devices. The set also combines with the SPIKE Prime Set (45678) and free SPIKE App to launch students and teachers into the exciting world of robotics competitions, with over 10 hours of curriculum-based, competition-ready learning.

    Additional Features
    LEGO® Technic and System elements in a fresh color palette, including 2 large wheels, gear racks, a Maker Plate for SBCs, Large Motor and Color Sensor. ​
    The Maker Plate makes integrating your choice of single board computing devices fast and simple. ​

    Combines with the LEGO® Education SPIKE Prime Set (45678) and free SPIKE App to give over 10 hours of curriculum-based, competition-ready learning. ​
    Includes comprehensive online lesson plans and teacher support.

    Robot Competition Table - FIRST ® LEGO® League

    #am-4400_nopaint
    $389.00

    This table is a 3-piece table design that can be easily stored and transported while maintaining the robustness found in many DIY plywood designs.

     

    This table is suitable for use in the FIRST LEGO League Robot Game.

     

     

    Design Features:

     

    The AndyMark Table meets all of the core design requirements of an Official Table to be used in the FIRST LEGO League Challenge program.

     

    • Safe for adults and students to compete and practice
    • Robust enough for students and small robots to interact with surfaces without damage
    • Sizing matches current FIRST LEGO League Challenge table specifications and plywood design
    • Provides a flat surface for robots to drive on
    • Provides a uniform wall profile for robots to interact with that matches current FLL Challenge specifications
    • Works well as a single table for practice and also side-by-side for tournaments

     

    In addition to the core design requirements, the AndyMark Table has additional features that have been developed through listening to input from the robotics community that makes this a great improvement over the plywood DIY tables.

     

    • Quickly disassembles into three sections for easy storage at home, in a classroom, or between tournaments
    • Sections fit into small vehicles for transportation
    • Sections are able to be carried by one adult or two students (each section weighs about 22lb) 
    • Critical parts stay together after initial assembly to ensure a consistent playing surface
    • One Phillips head screwdriver (four screws) needed to reassemble sections for use
    • The bolted design allows for walls to be adjusted to ensure they are always in the correct location