This week, the panel of kid judges will have to choose between a barnyard-themed board game, a racquetball version of boxing, a set of animal-inspired accessories and more as passionate toymakers share their inventions. Ariana, President of Play for Toys"R"Us®, makes a surprise visit to the kid judges.
This week's toy inventions include:
Corky's Porkys – a barnyard battle-themed board game.
Inventor: Colt from Spanish Fork, Utah
Giggle Chips – a set of educational cards that uses memory to teach players about science, technology, engineering and math.
Inventors: Jennifer and Charlotte from Whittier, California
Poshies – a fashion system with exchangeable animal-inspired prints and designs.
Inventor: Blythe from San Juan Capistrano, California
Sportboard – a stationary version of different sporting boards combined into one.
Inventor: Randy from Williamsburg, Virginia
Secret Drawing Dogs – stuffed animals with hidden journals and interchangeable markers.
Inventor: Heidi from Cape Coral, Florida
STEM's Creativity Kit – a storybook set with tools that excite users to solve problems using science, technology, engineering and math.
Inventors: Kimberly and John from Orlando, Florida
Animation Dome – a spinning dome that creates an optical illusion to make drawings appear as though they have come to life.
Inventor: Les from Lincoln, California
Knuckle-Racket – a new, interactive game that combines racquetball with boxing.
Inventor: Jose from Miami, Florida