FLL Robotics Competition

Imaginative thinking and teamwork build tomorrow’s innovators

Prepare at IMA to compete in the 32nd season of First LEGO League as a team. 

With adult Coaches to guide them, FIRST LEGO League  teams apply science, engineering, and math concepts, plus a big dose of imagination, to develop solutions to real-world challenges. They also design, build, and program LEGO MINDSTORMS®-based robots to perform autonomous “missions” on a playing field. Along the way, they develop critical thinking, team-building, and presentation skills.

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Proven, verifiable impact!

The positive impact League has on participants is gratifying and well documented. Over 88% are more interested in doing well in school, and 87% have more interest in attending college.

Teams get to:

  • Research challenges facing today’s scientists
  • Design, build, test and program robots using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® technology
  • Apply real-world math and science concepts
  • Learn critical thinking, team-building, and presentation skills
  • Participate in tournaments and celebrations
  • Understand and practice Gracious Professionalism®
Read on…


Who can participate: 9-14 years (Grades 4-8) – No experience required, and you are never alone!

Where: Interactive Math Academy (16301 NE 8th Street # 202, Bellevue, WA 98008)

Registration: is now OPEN for being part of IMA Bot Club teams. Register with us, we will assign you a team.

Team size: Small team 4 – 5 members.

Kick Off: Various meetings during August – (Please register, we will assign a team)

A meeting invite will be given out to ALL registered.

First session will  be orientation: To help students and parents understand the competition details


  • Registration (one time): $265
  • Monthly Fee: $265 

Register your child for a team to compete in FLL





Time commitment


May 1 – Aug 15

Getting ready for the competition – skipped due to COVID

1.5 hours / week – flexible schedule


August 15 – Dec 15

Mon/Wed & Tue/Thur:

5:30pm – 7:00pm

Building missions, programming, team work and research

3 hours / week – flexible schedule

(hours are expected to increase towards the end game)

Game On!

Dec 15 – Mar 15

Competition intensifies, fill gaps identified by judges during qualifying round

3 hours / week – flexible schedule

(provided team qualifies for Semifinals)

IMA Bot Club Teams will be provided


  • IMA Robo Club team requires commitment from both parent and participant to be part of the team in the competition
  • Participate in outreach, meetings and visits to various facilities in Puget Sound area related to research project.


Last season, our team FLL All Stars was an Award Winner at Semi Finals of WA State First Lego League competition that happened in Seattle at Amazon Dopplers building on Jan 20, 2018. 

Important dates:

IMA Robo Club Member Registration

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