Inventions by Kids: Celebrated!


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Inventions by kids have been some of the smartest and successful creations of all time.  If your kids like to dive into the world of creative thought to think up new and innovative ideas, today’s holiday is just for them! Kid inventors day highlights the brilliant inventions created by today’s youth as well as all of the forward-looking children throughout history.

“The Kid Inventors Day website attributes television, water skis, earmuffs and the Popsicle to the minds of brilliant minors. Technically, the man who invented the first working television, Philo Farnsworth, applied for the patent at age 21 in 1927, but he showed an early design for his TV to his teacher at age 14. The purpose of Kid Inventors Day is to celebrate and encourage the ingenuity of children—so the Farnsworth blueprint counts!”

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Innovative children also live within the pages of great books for kids!  Read a great kids invention book like “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” by Brian Selznick and “The Candymakers” by Wendy Mass.

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