How Kids with Big Hearts Created Big Ideas

How Kids with Big Hearts Created Big Ideas

Do you remember coming up with (what seemed like) amazing ideas for inventions when you were a kid?

Perhaps they seemed impossible to others. But to you, in your state of wonder and limitless possibility, the ideas felt completely achievable.  

Maybe you figured out the secret to creating a Limitless Wish Granting Machine, drew up plans for a Rainbow Catcher Device, or discovered an ingenious way to feed the world’s starving people.

If you know us here at Kidpreneurs, then you know that we celebrate the creativity and compassion of youth of all ages, from all walks of life, and from all over the world!

We recently caught wind of the incredible Future Founders project, made possible by the UK Domain. For this project, the coordinators asked 10 children to reveal what they would most like to invent to make the world a better place.

From cancer-curing robots to machines that destroy guns, the ideas abounded.  An illustrator then brought these inspiring ideas and inventions, by the young budding entrepreneurs and innovators, to life.

Helen Tomes, Director of Marketing at The UK Domain, said the following about the project:

“It’s fascinating to see the creative and often thoughtful way that children see the world. We wanted to give the founders of tomorrow a platform to show us what they think of the world today.”

The piece explores the minds of children, and discovers what they would create to conquer issues affecting the world around them.

Take a look at the innovation and humanity that these outstanding kids exemplified with their inventions and ideas.

Remember, ideas don’t have to be complex to be a success!

The Inventions

Gun Sucker Inner

Harry, 6 years old, Australia

The Gun Sucker Inner sucks up all the guns in the world and destroys them in its dynamic body. The wheels at the bottom allow for speedy transportation to where it’s most needed.

Olly the Ocean Organiser

Daisy, 9 years old, UK

Olly the Ocean Organiser scours the ocean for rubbish and catches it in a giant net. Its handy propellers allow for precise transportation while its many eyes watch out for fish to avoid harming them in the process.

Cody the Carer

Lily, 9 years old, UK

This very kind robot looks after the elderly and makes sure their every need is met. Cody is a friendly personal butler capable of washing up, companionship and using its super smart senses to watch out for illness and danger.

The Rubbish Eater

Hannah, 5 years old, Australia

The Rubbish Eater single-handedly solves the world’s rubbish and deforestation problems by turning trash into fully formed trees.

Bob the Robot

Lexie, 8 years old, UK

Although he’s been in the wars himself, Bob the Robot is perfect at helping other people. Equipped with wings and the kindest brain in the world, he can cure cancer, medical issues and encourage world peace. Bob reminds everyone that not all disabilities are visible.

If you are as inspired as we are, head on over to the project site to view five more great invention ideas from kids.

And don’t forget to keep encouraging the kidpreneurs in your life to be confident in their dreams, to creatively express their passions, and to share their unique gifts and talents to make a difference in the world.

Their next invention may just be the one that changes lives for good!

Adam Toren

Adam Toren

Adam Toren is a serial entrepreneur, mentor, investor, advisor, award-winning author and co-founder of YoungEntrepreneur.com. He is co-author, with his brother Matthew, of Kidpreneurs and Small Business, BIG Vision: Lessons on How to Dominate Your Market from Self-Made Entrepreneurs Who Did it Right.