Want a sneak peek at the next season of Destination Imagination? From engineering a bridge live on stage to addressing a real need in your community, we will have six new and exciting Team Challenges designed to help students tap into their creativity, learn how to work in teams, problem solve and have fun!

Team Numbers and access to the full Team Challenges for the 2019-20 season will be made available for purchase beginning June 1, 2019.

Design and build an invention. Create and present a story about how a problem is solved with the use of the invention. Integrate an invention artifact to highlight the development process. Design and build scenery that shows the impact of solving the problem.

Research a real species and a real habitat. Create and present a story about the first encounter between the species and the habitat. Show how the species and the habitat change as a result of the encounter. Present the story in theater in the round.

Design and build a bridge that will be assembled during the Presentation. Move weight across the bridge to test its strength. Create and present a story about an unexpected connection and its outcome. Design and create a set piece that transitions between settings.

Create and present a story that features an unseen character and its impact on a team-selected photograph. Theatrically recreate the photograph during the Presentation. Create and present a visual effect that includes a photographic technique. Show how the visual effect changes the perspective of one or more characters.

Research superpowers and how they are portrayed in comic books, literature, film, and other media. Create and present an improvisational skit about a villain who uses a superpower to cause an unexpected situation. Include a hero who uses an underwhelming power to try to overcome the unexpected situation. Enhance the skit with sounds effects.

Identify, design, carry out, and evaluate a project that addresses a need in a real community. Create and present a story that shows at least one character in a race against time. Integrate information about the project into the story. Design and build a device that represents time and highlights milestones from the project.

Instant Challenges require teams to engage in quick, creative, and critical thinking. The team members must think on their feet by applying appropriate skills to produce a solution in a period of just five to eight minutes. Instant Challenges are performance-based, task-based, or a combination of the two. Although each Instant Challenge has different requirements, all Instant Challenges reward teams for their teamwork.