OverviewCore values are at the heart of the FLL experience. Each team need to decide which core values are important to them. Teams will be tested on core values in three parts: a teamwork activity (2.5 - 3 minutes), a core values presentation (5 minutes), and a question and answer session (remaining time.)
FLL Core ValuesFLL has several core values that the team will be judged by.
ValuesThis section will cover various values that we think are important.
Synergy and Beginning with the End in Mind
Practice Teamwork Activities
- All the kids take off their shoes. They must build a tower out of the shoes that is higher than a specified height (e.g. chair, desk, etc.)
- Two identical sets of legos. Adult puts one set together in some crazy, hard-to-describe manner. Kids sit back-to-back. One has completed set of legos, the other the parts. The one with the completed must describe to the other how to build it.
- Have a square blanket or tarp-like object, maybe 5'x5' or small if only a few people, laying on the floor. All the kids get on it. The object is to flip the tarp/blanket over but no feet can touch the ground or anything else outside the tarp/blanket.
- Kids can not speak or have their eyes open. Must put themselves in some specific order (height, age, alphabetical first/last name, etc.)