Theme Solver Competition
(Grades 1 to 5)

Welcome to the Theme Solver Competition! This international Edtech conference is designed to challenge students to showcase their knowledge and skills in STEAM concepts. In this competition, teams will be assigned a task to complete based on a given theme, and their work will be evaluated on Bloom Taxonomy standards, 4 Metro Cs & on the 21st century learning.

Here are the detailed rules for the competition:


The competition is open to all students currently enrolled in any Robotmea Partnered school having the Primary Year Program. (Grade 1 – Grade 5). Any student enrolled in theme solving competition cannot compete in any other competition.

Team Formation:

Teams can consist of 3-5 students, and each team must have a team captain who will be the main point of contact throughout the competition.

Task Assignment:

Each team will be assigned a task based on a given theme. The theme will be announced on May 10th, 2023, and teams will have a specific time frame on the day of competition to complete their tasks.


The teams’ work will be evaluated by the panel of judges on benchmarks developed by Robotmea Research and Curriculum wing experts to assess the students on Cognitive Domain, Psychomotor Domain, and Affective Domain.

Students will be assessed on the following rubrics:

Reason effectively

Use system thinking

Make judgement and decisions

Solve Problems

Communicate Clearly

Apply Technology effectively

Work Creatively with others

Manage Goal & Time

Be Responsible to Others

Be flexible


Teams that violate any of the competition rules or engage in any unethical behavior may be disqualified from the competition.

Photography and Videography:

Photography and videography may be taken during the competition and may be used for promotional purposes.


It is important to note that only one teacher is allowed to assist students during this competition, they are not permitted to physically construct or assemble any part of the design on behalf of the team. The teacher may offer guidance and advice to the students, but it is the responsibility of the students to complete the task assigned to them. Any violation of this rule may result in disqualification of the team from the competition. This rule is put in place to ensure that the competition is fair and that all teams are evaluated solely based on their own work and abilities.  

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