Team Resources

Team Resources


The DFW Technology & Education Council hosted a FLL Explore Coaches Virtual Conference on Saturday, December 12, 2021. The conference was for new and returning coaches, as well as teachers and community volunteers that have an interest in possibly starting a FLL Explore team (formerly FLL Jr.).

Some of our veteran FLL Explore coaches in North Texas provided our participants with practical tips and best practices on how to launch and coach an FLL Explore Team. In addition, information was shared about what this season’s events will look like and a little bit about how remote events will run. If you have questions concerning a particular topic that was not answered during the session, please email

FLL Explore Coaches Conference – Session Topics – December 12, 2021

  • Survival Tips for Coaches & Preparing Your Team for Success
  • Art of Mentoring a FLL Explore Team
  • Designing and Building the LEGO Model & Creating the Show-Me-Poster
  • Building & Programming with WeDo 2.0
  • Experiencing a FLL Explore Festival in 2021
  • FLL Explore COVID-19 Safety Discussion: Coaching Tips & FIRST Resources

Watch the videos


From finding their people to finding their path, mentors/coaches help students gain the skills and confidence to forge ahead and build their future with FIRST.  And now, more than ever, we need to empower and foster the next generation of innovators to feel hopeful and build a better future. The FIRST Mentor Network is new interactive platform allowing mentors/coaches to find FIRST teams to work with virtually or face to face, locally or across the country, for a few hours or for a season. Learn more and create your mentor profile today! Explore the FIRST Mentor Network.


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Team Model Requirements
Teams can only use LEGO elements, must incorporate the inspire Model and must use LEGO Education Spike Essential or We Do 2.0 to build and program at least one motorized part on their Team Model.

FIRST LEGO League Explore Materials:

LEGO® Education Resources: