First Lego League EXPLORE


SUPERPOWERED  :  The energy of the future 

Most of us take it for granted that we can "fill up on energy" anytime and anywhere. But how is our energy actually generated, stored, distributed and consumed? Will we always have enough energy available? What can the future of energy production and consumption look like? That is what the 2022/23 season is about.

Our team is super charged and wize energized and regularly meet on Saturdays preparing for upcoming festivals.


WIZE Dragons : Season Cargo Connect 2021/22

WIZE Dragons won yet an award in FIRST LEGO LEAGUE Explore at the recently held Provincial First Robotics Competition at Mississauga/Toronto.

Two of the WIZE Dragons represented the team just owned the stage.

Given that WIZE Academy Ottawa's rookie year,  FLL Explore team Wize dragons won 3 awards in total at all the three festivals they participated in.


WIZE Dragons

FIRST LEGO League Jr. is a wonderful program that inspires students to pursue STEM and helps them develop important lifelong skills such as teamwork, communications and presentation skills.
FIRST® LEGO® League Explore is an exciting opportunity for budding young Engineers Ages 6-10. This program encompasses core concepts from the other FIRST® programs to inspire, excite, and introduce youths to the wonders of science, technology, engineering, and math.
FLL Explore is designed to build interest in science and technology through a real-world challenge that can be solved using research, critical thinking, and imagination.
The FIRST LEGO League Explore season ends with Festivals, where students showcase their team models and posters and share what they have learned with volunteers, friends, and family. A festival can be as simple as a meeting of a team, families, and friends to share what was learned during the season. Larger festivals offer teams an opportunity to share and learn from one another.. 

Go WIZE Dragons 

Wize Dragon achieved a milestone in the first ever compétition by winning the Core Value award. The festival was organized by Kingston FLL and held virtually.