Meet the winners:
• Tessanie Marek, 11 years old, of Salado,
Invention: Easy Crutches—allows a user of crutches to rest
his/her foot while walking instead of having to hold it up. The
invention contains a pedal that is screwed to the crutch at the
level and angle needed to support the foot.
• Stephanie Mui, 10 years old, of North Brunswick,
Invention: See and Tweezz—makes it easier to remove small
splinters and ticks through a magnifying glass, tweezers and light
combined into one invention.
• Matthew Nettleton, 8 years old, of Rochester,
Invention: Pin Picker invention—picks up and retrieves sewing
pins that have dropped to the floor. This enables you to find
sewing needles, and it works on both hard floors and rugs.
• Paul Simmons, 11 years old, of Rochester,
Invention: Anti-Soggy Cereal Bowl—double bowl with springs,
allows you to enjoy your non-soggy cereal with just the right
amount of milk.
• Spencer Whale, 11 years old, of Pittsburgh,
Invention: KidKare Ride Toys—allows hospitalized and sick
children to ride up and down the halls of the hospital or outside
at home while still receiving their I.V. solutions since the I.V.
pole is attached directly to the toy ride car or wagon.