The World of Robotics


The Perot Museum is proud to serve as the North Texas affiliate of FIRST® LEGO® League — a regional engineering competition that challenges students to use their creativity and technical knowledge to create robots designed to solve real-life problems.

FIRST LEGO League Kit Sponsor


2019-2020 FLL Challenge

Resources for Teams

Registration with FIRST® is now OPEN!

Returning teams visit your FIRST dashboard!

New teams Together we RISE. Join Us

Challenge Guide PDF

CITY SHAPER Score Sheet 

North Texas Region Specific Information

Consolidated Rubric

Grant Opportunities for Teams

ARCO/Murray’s - Bike Ride For The Kids

ARCO/Murray’s Charity - Bike Ride For The Kids’ -  mission is to encourage young individuals "the kids" to pursue education and career opportunities in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. The funds raised by Bike Ride for the Kids support teams in the places we live and work, specifically Dallas, Chicago and South Bend.

If your team needs funds, please apply for the Bike Ride For The Kids grant by using this application

To Learn more about the race, check out our website:

Official FLL Events

 Clinics, Workshops and Scrimmages


Research Topics for FLL City Shaper, Meet the Experts

STEM and Robotics Academy ( is organizing a series of presentations on various topics that are relevant to the Urban infrastructure . The topics are presented by leading Researchers and Leaders in Industry. We can accommodate up to 10 teams. Maximum Number of participants from each team not to exceed 3.

Should you be interested, please send an e-mail to : with your team Name and Number. The Events are Free; however, there is a mandatory payment of 25USD to reserve your spot that will be refunded in full when you attend the event. This is to ensure that teams don't block other teams by holding the spot.

Location :
STEM and Robotics Academy

Topic: Digital Twin Technology for Smart Cities
Rohit, Manager Deloitte
Saturday, September 14, 12:30PM

Topic: Avenues in Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation
Dilip Gupta, Founder Advisory Memeber Solar Tribe
Saturday, September 21, 12:30PM

Other Topics, schedule to be announced:
Innovation in Urban Transit
Enhancing Social Engagement in Digital age
Let us build a City : A Step by Step Guide




Qualifier Sites for 2019 - 2020*:

November 16th, 2019

  • Parish Episcopal School
  • Hillsboro ISD
  • Williams High School, Plano ISD
  • Adamson High School, DISD

November 23rd, 2019

  • Kaufman ISD
  • Conrad High School

November 30th, 2019

  • UTD FIRST Alumni at UTD 

December 7th, 2019

  • Nolan Catholic High School
  • Cleburne ISD
  • Adamson High School, DISD
  • Allen STEAM Center

December 14th, 2019

  • Mesquite ISD at Eastfield College
  • UME Preparatory Academy
  • Williams High School, Plano ISD

 *Dates and locations subject to change

About Qualifier Registration

Registration dates for 2019-2020 Season: 10:00am Oct. 14th to 5:00pm Oct. 18th

This year's regional qualifier fee is $125.00 per team. Registration is not complete until payment is made. Payment must be received by Oct. 31st.

All qualifier fees are non-refundable.

Qualifier locations are first come, first serve. Teams may cannot change their qualifier site after registration. Teams may only register for one qualifier.

To register for a Qualifier, teams must already be registered with FIRSTQualifier registration will be handled through the Perot Museum of Nature and Science teams do not need to register on their FIRST dashboard.

Need an invoice? Email with your team name, team number, and billing information.


In order to make the North Texas Regional FIRST LEGO League Tournament a success, we will need more than 100 volunteers to help with a myriad of essential tasks. Included below is a breakdown of volunteer types along with the approximate number of hours of commitment, most of which take place on at the Championship. Some positions require training but most do not.

The first step to volunteer to register for free through FIRST. Click on Event Volunteers and then on the next page click on Volunteer Registration in the gray box to the right. Once you move through the process, you can sign up for specific events and roles. If you need additional information, please contact

Volunteering for FLL events is an extremely fun and rewarding way to see the hard work, dedication, and humor that teams put into their robots, projects, and Core Values over the last several months. Events are fast-paced, exciting, and lively with a role for just about anyone!

Qualifier events need volunteers, too!

Fifteen qualifying tournaments will be held on Saturday's in November and December. These events are smaller than the Championship but require similar volunteer roles. If you are interested in volunteering for a Qualifier, you can also sign up for those in the same steps outlined above.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do I find a FIRST® LEGO® League team for my child?

    The Perot Museum of Nature and Science does not match children with teams. Make sure to check with your child's school to see if they have a team. Another option is to reach out on the North Texas FLL Google Group. You can also start your own team! For more information check out the FIRST website here.

  2. How can I start an FLL team?

    Please visit the FIRST inspires website to register a team for the competition season with FIRST LEGO League.  To compete in the North Texas region you must be register with FIRST and assigned to the region. You will then register with the Perot Museum to compete in a qualifying tournament.

  3. Can you tell me more about FIRST LEGO League?

    For more general information about FIRST LEGO League visit the FIRST LEGO League website here.  Other resources include the Event Guide for Teams and the Coaches Handbook.


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