Inventor | Kids Invent Stuff
I'm an inventor and engineer and half of 'Kids Invent Stuff', a youtube channel that brings to life kids' invention ideas. Shawn Brown and I set a different invention challenge each month and 5-11 year olds submit their invention ideas at www.kidsinventstuff.com as picture or videos. We then choose an invention to bring to life and film the process of building and testing it. We then upload the videos to our channel www.youtube.com/kidsinventstuff
10 months ago
We build kids' invention ideas; this month we brought to life 9-year-old Alisha's 'Spinning Classroom'!
11 months ago
This week we choose which invention we will be bringing to life!
Last year RS Components helped bring to life two kids invention ideas- Chester's Scarecrowtron and Connor Crazy Car! This time we are back with a new challenge.
We run Kids Invent Stuff - the YouTube channel where 5-11-year-olds can get their invention ideas built and tested by real engineers. Last week we released a video showing how we built 8-year-old Chester’s Creepy Robot Scarecrow, the ‘Scarecrowtron’
Ruth Amos & Shawn Brown co-present Kids Invent Stuff; the YouTube channel where 5-11-year-olds get their invention ideas prototyped and shown to the world.
We run Kids Invent Stuff - the YouTube channel where 5-11-year-olds can get their inventions built and tested by real engineers.
For our next invention challenge, we have teamed up with RS Components for a little Halloween fun! We are looking for kids' ideas for Halloween Prank inventions, ideas for creepy inventions that can be used to prank people this Halloween!
1 year ago
We run Kids Invent Stuff - the YouTube channel where 5-11 year olds can get their invention ideas built and tested by real engineers.
At the beginning of the month we picked 9-year-old Connor’s invention idea to bring to life for our In-Car Entertainment Challenge. We asked kids around the World for their ideas for inventions to make long car journeys more fun.
We run Kids Invent Stuff - the YouTube channel were 5-11 year olds can get their inventions built and tested by real engineers.
Kids are inventive – there’s no denying it. As adults we are often inclined to focus on the barriers to new ideas; why something can’t be done, or the classic line “if it was possible someone would have done it already”.