Designed for the classroom and aimed at encouraging K-8 students to "think outside of the box," the Young Inventors Program® is structured and developed to encourage all students to participate, including those who may not "fit the mold" for traditional sciences.
The Young Inventors' Program® reaches out to over 5,000 students each year. The annual statewide celebration brings together over 200 student inventors, representing schools throughout the state. Created in New Hampshire, the program is now being taught in Nevada, New York and Massachusetts.
Ongoing support is provided to teachers via a manual, training workshops, and outside sources to help you weave the invention process — creativity and problem solving — into your classroom and after-school programs.
A yearly celebration provides participating students a venue to showcase their creativity and compete for awards and recognition. [ MORE ]