Invention

Iowa students present brilliant ideas at the 1991 Inventions Convention

KCCI Archives: Iowa students pitched brilliant ideas at 1991 invention convention



Well, people forgot to turn off their lights and when they forgot to turn off their lights, they wasted electricity. The nine-year-old is one of many Thomas Edison wannabes who showed off their brilliant ideas at the Iowa Invention Convention today. This second grader designed a driveway dice that pumps hot water through pipes under the cement. My dad didn’t like shoveling and I didn’t, so I made up the alley for you couch potatoes. This third grader makes snacking easy. My dad likes to watch TV upstairs in our landing so I decided to make something that fits over the arm of the sofa and for those of you who always lose the TV changer this viewfinder remote control is an essential creative time saver. It has very few parts. I’ve never seen anything like it in catalogs or on TV for those of you who have trouble waking up in the morning. This CM2 student designed an alarm clock that automatically opens your blinds for you. Today’s young inventors came from all over Iowa after winning local invention conventions I invented bubble risk because my mom told me she was still missing but was in the bathtub while many inventors made their inventions to help their parents, some of them were definitely made for the inventors themselves like this boredom buster in the bathroom, A Lap Blanket Because I Lived with three sisters and no brother. So when people come in it’s to get on my lap because it’s really awkward when they walk into the building wall tv eight news

KCCI Archives: Iowa students pitched brilliant ideas at 1991 invention convention

Young inventors from across Iowa brought their best ideas to the 1991 Invention Convention. Each student won a local invention contest before presenting their inventions in Des Moines. More KCCI records:

Young inventors from across Iowa brought their best ideas to the 1991 Inventions Convention.

Each student won a local invention contest before bringing their inventions to Des Moines.

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