FIRST LEGO League Discover

Girl and boy playing with LEGO

Harness young minds’ natural curiosity and build habits of learning, confidence, and teamwork skills with FIRST® LEGO® League Discover Class Pack.

FIRST® Class Pack provides facilitators with the tools and resources to lead early learners through 10 sessions as they explore STEM through play using the LEGO® Education STEAM Park. These resources include scope and sequence options, which feature variations to customize activities to extend learning beyond the 10 sessions using FIRST and LEGO Education supporting materials.

By the end of the program, children emerge more confident, better equipped to face future challenges, and discover the joy of learning. When young children are engaged in playful STEM experiences, they ignite their natural curiosity, grow their knowledge, and develop habits of learning. When educators nurture these natural-born scientists they build a bridge between the real world, STEM skills, language and literacy.

How it Works

A new and exciting challenge is presented every year, and each team of four children begins their exploration of this real-world theme with an exclusive LEGO® Education Discover Set. With this set as a starting point, they build a solution to the challenge with LEGO® DUPLO® elements. Teams share their journey, ideas, models, and STEM skills at a celebration event. Throughout their experience, teams operate under the FIRST Core Values, celebrating discovery and teamwork, all the while having fun!

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Ages 4-6
Grades JK-1


Number Of Students: N/A
Total Start Up Cost: N/A
Annual Recurring Costs (Registration Fee): N/A
Festival Registration: N/A
Current Ontario Rookie Year Grant: N/A


Number Of Students: Up to 8
Total Start Up Cost: ~$660**
Annual Recurring Costs (Registration Fee): ~$380** ($195 + $87 S&H in USD)
Festival Registration: N/A*
Current Ontario Rookie Year Grant: $250

Annual registration includes the following seasonal materials, which are updated each year to reflect the new theme.


Team Meeting Guides: N/A
Engineering Notebooks: N/A
Discover Sets: N/A
Discover More Sets: N/A


Team Meeting Guides: 1
Engineering Notebooks: 8
Discover Sets: 2
Discover More Sets: 8

Lego Sets used by the students in this group

Team Meeting Guides: A comprehensive and adaptable guide that provides facilitators with step-by-step easy to follow adaptable lesson plans on how to run 10 one hour sessions, ending with a culminating celebration. It includes student outcomes, handy tips, suggested tasks, timeline guides, warm-up activities, key vocabulary terms, and suggested questions for students. View a sample.

Engineering Notebooks: These printed student workbooks provide open spaces to write and draw ideas to the provided prompts. One page of the notebook is filled in during two classes and if desired, students can use their engineering notebooks at their final event to share what they created. View a sample

Discover More (Six Bricks): Two LEGO® Six Bricks sets for each student to take-home at the conclusion of the unit or end of the school year to extend and reinforce their habits of learning at home. View Sample

B.You also need DUPLO® STEAM Park Sets*** ordered separately These are a one time investment as they are reusable year after year and can be ordered at any time, including before the season starts for extra prep time. These enormous sets contain activity cards for supplemental learning and has an online teacher guide with lesson plans for added value. In Canada, available from: Brault & Bouthillier (Montreal, QC), InkSmith (Waterloo, ON), Spectrum Educational Supplies (Newmarket, ON), or Studica(Mississagua, ON). Prices vary from supplier to supplier.

Number of STEAM Park Sets Cost

C.Seasonal support will come through emails from Headquarters in New Hampshire, and FIRST Robotics Canada for Ontario specific information. Additional resources such as YouTube videos, supplemental activities, networking opportunities and Ontario curriculum alignments can be found at

D.This year’s (2023-2024) theme is MASTERPIECE (TM)! Students will celebrate the roles our STEM skills play in the arts and design and build a world of endless possibilities.

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Registration Opens: May
Challenge is Released and Seasonal Materials Start Shipping: August
Festival Events: As planned by coach*
Registration Closes: April, or when seasonal materials run out.

Lego Education Steam Park set

*For this offering coaches host their own end of season festival as part of the last lesson **Varies depending on exchange rate and shipping costs
***Reusable from year to year after initial investment

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