Howdy FLLJr Expo, Hosted by Texas A&M
Thank you to all of the teams and coaches who came out last week to the Howdy FIRST LEGO League Jr. Expo! And a HUGE thank you again to Texas A&M, Women in Engineering and the Dwight Look College of Engineering for hosting us!
It was a wonderful evening for teams to share their LEGO models and projects with their family and friends, and with our Reviewers who graciously volunteered their time to interview these students! The Reviewers discussed the teams they saw, and each time was recognized for a strength they exhibited during the Expo. Below you can find a full list!
We hope to see you again at another of our Expo events! To stay in touch, you can email Noah Bickford, FLLJr Central TX Partner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Team 5113 South Knoll Robot Kids – Li’l Einstein Award
This team showed their true brainy ways. They exhibited in-depth knowledge of their model and the Waste Wise topic.
Team 4491 Space Dreamers – Synergy Award
Extraordinarily effective! This team’s model and poster worked well together to represent what they studied.
Team 5461 The Garbage Monsters – Rising Stars Award
Knowledge above and beyond. This team showed an interest in learning more about the fields encompassed by the season’s topic and presented with enthusiasm and pride.
Team 4671 The LEGO Bots – Outstanding Teamwork Award
From hard work on teamwork, success as a team came first. Always first to a team solution, this team knows that Together Everyone Achieves More.
Team 5629 Awesome LEGO Likers – Amazing Movement Award
This team worked together to incorporate amazing movement using LEGO motors into their model design.
Team 5160 Super Bots – Showmanship Award
This team not only answered the Reviewers’ questions but also had an awesome pre-prepared presentation for spectators and reviewers.
Team 4670 The LEGO Legends – Effort & Learning Award
For a strong effort and a willingness to learn and try new things. This team prepared for success.
Team 4907 CAMS Builders – Solid as a Rock Award
Built to last! This team’s understanding and application of construction knowledge allowed them to produce a very sturdy model.
Team 4278 The LEGO Warriors – Inquiring Minds Award
For interest in science and the enjoyment of the building process. Always looking to find a solution, this team kept morale up while creating smart solutions.
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