You know how people always loose their stuff? Well my mom is one of those people who is always asking me, “ Honey, go find my keys, my pen, my checkbook.” Well now there is a solution, the Solbrite will allow you to find all the stuff you need in your purse. I want it to be powered by a solar panel and an LED light.
*Camp Invention Winner
For each challenge the judges have selected a winner and runner-up in each age category. Click on the inventions below to learn more.
Winner: Ages 5-8
Winner: Ages 9-11
Winner: Ages 12-13
Winner: Ages 14+
The Drip Gripper: Stops Tap Leaks
New Jersey, USA*Camp Invention Winner
Sports Storage Device
Pierre S., Léa S., Clément S., Laurie V., Sarah G., Adrien B., Romain J., Justin M., Théo L., Mathis D., Mathilde S.
Runner-Up: Ages 5-8
Runner-Up: Ages 9-11
Runner-Up: Ages 12-13
Runner-Up: Ages 14+
Alix D., Alexis H.
Laila E., Angela A., Mitzi C.
Refugee Travois: Salvation on Wheels
North Carolina, USA*Patent Winner
Multifunctional Pen Case
TIE! Winners: Ages 9-11
Pennsylvania, USA*Camp Invention Winner
Bhive: An Interactive On-line Homework Help App
TIE! Runners-Up: Ages 9-11
The Young Ben Franklin Award: for the youngest inventors.
Notre Dame Academy
Ben D Quinn Elementary School
The Thomas Edison Award: for the teacher who best fosters innovation, shown by both the number of
entries and the high quality of entries.
The Barstow School
Kansas City, Missouri USA
The Innovative Institution Award: for the school with the highest number of classrooms entering the contest.
Oakridge International School, Newton Campus
An International Baccalaureate (IB) School
Helping the Planet
Judges Want It!
Super School Day
Better Home Life
Happy Pets & Outdoors
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