Put your inventing skills to the test with a Little Inventors challenge!
We worked with the Nerve Belfast Creative Learning Centre to ask pupils to invent on the theme and meaning of 'home' and what 'home' could mean for future generations.
Disney Princess invited children across the UK to come up with ideas to help change the world. Inspired by their favourite Disney princesses, children chose from four challenges that encouraged them to dream big and draw an invention.
Children in Haringey and neighbouring boroughs were invited to think up and draw their invention idea inspired by Alexandra Palace. One ingenious idea was made into a real object and exhibited at Alexandra Palace.
For its 6th edition, children all over the world were invited to invent their version of the future!
Along with the Nerve Centre, we linked with four local schools to hold creation workshops, this resulted in over 200 fantastic ideas. The theme was 'save' which could be applied to so many things, such as how to save time, how to save the environment, and so much more! Eight inventions were made real by a team of makers.
Can you think of a time when you put food in the bin and you could have avoided it? We teamed up with Ocado and asked you to create brilliant inventions to solve that problem!
We explored the Victorian spirit of invention with a workshop resource pack as part of our partnership with the V&A, using the inventions of the past to inspire the Little Inventors of the future. Download our free Victorian Little Inventors teacher’s resource pack here!