Robotics Challenge

An Exciting Opportunity for Students

UPDATE: THE 2021 ROBOTICS CHALLENGE COMPETITION IS MOVING VIRTUAL. THE 2021 ROBOTICS CHALLENGE COMPETITION WILL TAKE PLACE THROUGH THE MONTH OF APRIL, CONCLUDING MAY 8.

THE 2021 ROBOTICS CHALLENGE COMPETITION WILL MAKE USE OF THE MATS, KITS, AND SUPPLIES DISTRIBUTED FOR THE 2020 CONTEST.

The 2021 Robotics Challenge will be conducted and judged in the same manner as this year’s FLL competitions, with teams recording their match runs and sharing videos for scoring and ranking.

Registration is OPEN.

  • New Orleans: 2021 Robotics Challenge Championship, May 8

Please contact robotics@nationalww2museum.org if you have any questions.

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Team Assets

Download the materials you will need to compete in Robotics Challenge.

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The National WWII Museum Robotics Challenge is an exciting opportunity for 4th through 8th grade students to develop 21st century skills and participate in active problem-solving all based on real-life scenarios from World War II. Focused on the enduring themes of innovation, teamwork, community, and cooperation, the robotics program at The National WWII Museum provides a springtime competition opportunity for both established teams and newcomers to the field of student robotics.

Please contact robotics@nationalww2museum.org if you have any questions.

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Robotics Challenge is supported by:

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The Manhattan Project Electronic Field Trip

Tune into The Manhattan Project Electronic Field Trip on February 4, 2020, to learn more about this year’s Robotics Challenge theme.

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