PUTTING INVENTIVE YOUNG MINDS TO WORK.If I could invent a machine it would be a divorcing machine that would get divorced parents back together. All your would have to do is put a video of their marriage tape in it. It would go into their minds and put the memories of their marriage there. Then they would get married again and have no problems.
- Nicole Allen, 7
If I can invent something that would make my life a little easier, it would be a thing that would help kids learn how to spell faster. It would look like a box with buttons to puch and with a speaker to talk.
- Elizabeth Hernandez Elizabeth Hernandez is the Illinois State Representative for the 24th district; she is currently serving her first term.
Hernandez was born in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri in 1961. She currently lives in Cicero, Illinois with her husband Charles and their three children. , 10
Park View Center School
Simi Valley Simi Valley (sē`mē, sĭm`ē), city (1990 pop. 100,217), Ventura co., SW Calif. in an oil, fruit, and farm region; laid out 1887, inc. 1969.
Well if I could invent something I would invent a Water Bottle Holder that can hold a wallet See digital wallet. and I.D. you can carry it any were you go.
- Desirae Navarro, 10
Desert Rose School
If I could invent something I would invent a food machine. When you put in something orange in the food muchine or if you put something that taste like an orange, out comes an orange!
It is so cool!
- Sara Paxton, 8
Tarzana Hills Elementary School elementary school: see school.
If I were to invent something it would be a pill. You would throw it into the sky. One would have the word rain on it and one would have the word snow on it. If you throw the one with the word rain on it, it would start to pour. If you throw the one with the word snow on it it would start to snow.
- Jessica Nowicki, 10
Peachland Elementary School
I would invent a maid that could make me some food and drinks and all kinds of things. It would wake her up and clean. I would invent it by getting my tool and get all my metal things. I would get my remote control and presh the botton and if it works. Now it will be a working machine. It will help me and make my life easier.
- Brittany Shanae Lewis, 9
Shirley Avenue School
If I invented my own I invention that could make my life better I would invent, the greatest machine ever created. it would be called the giving machine. It would give you everything that you ask for thats why I would invent this to make my life easier.
- Jennifer Aglipay, 10
The Transilator Shuttle People drive over the bridge. They get out of the car. Their car automatcally drops into an elevator elevator, in machinery
elevator, in machinery, device for transporting people or goods from one level to another. The term is applied to the enclosed structures as well as the open platforms used to provide vertical transportation in buildings, large ships, and is taken to a parking space. The people get on a swinging shuttle which takes them to any beach they want. All they have to do is push a magic button.
- Azbai Arreguin, 8
Arminta Street School
My invention would be to make glow in the dark rubber bands for a person's braces See curly brace. . Then at night people would be able to see you.
- Casey Stroud stroud
A coarse woolen cloth or blanket.
[After Stroud, an urban district of southwest-central England.] , 11
First Presbyterian Weekday School
If I had to make my own invention it would be a brain and homework teller TELLER. An officer in a bank or other institution. He is said to take that name from tallier, or one who kept a tally, because it is his duty to keep the accounts between the bank or other institution and its customers, or to make their accounts tally. . It would look like a pencil or pen. When I write and secretly push a button and it will tell me the answer. It would have a little slot on the side that only I could see. If somehow the one that I'm using gets damaged I would have an extra backup pen. The first on would be pencil the back-up one would be pen. This homework pencil will sure make my life easier.
- Christine Lee Christine Lee is Emeritus Professor of Haemophilia in the University of London, and founding Editor of Haemophilia. She trained in medicine at the University of Oxford, where she was awarded First Class Honours and was the first female scholar of the Oxford University , 9
MEMO MEMO Memorandum
MEMO Medicines Monitoring Unit (University of Dundee)
MEMO Medical Equipment Management Office
MEMO Mission-Essential Maintenance Only
MEMO Mission-Essential Maintenance Operations
MEMO Mental Modeler : NEXT WEEK: Election Day is just around the corner. If you could tell the presidential candidates anything at all, what would you say? Draw a picture of yourself meeting with the candidates or at the White House.
Parents and teachers should make sure that the student's name, address, age and school are CLEARLY PRINTED on the letters and the backs of drawings. Pictures should be drawn using black or dark blue ink or dark pencil on white, unlined paper. Drawings must be no larger than a standard, 8-1/2-by-11-inch sheet of paper.
The deadline is Oct. 28 and letters will be printed Nov. 5. Letters received after the deadline cannot be considered.
Send entries to Kids' Corner, Daily News Features Department, P.O. Box 4200, Woodland Hills, Calif. 91365-4200. Contributors whose letters or drawings are selected will receive a Daily News T-shirt.
Photo: (1) Like many readers, Arutyun Gagulan of Glendal e dreams of having a household robot to cook, clean and generally make life easier.
(2) Brent Palafox, 8, of De La Salle School De La Salle School is a Roman Catholic voluntary aided school located in Basildon, Essex in the United Kingdom. Formerly named St. Anselms, the school is now named after Jean-Baptiste de la Salle who is the patron saint of those who work in education. in Granada Hills says he would like to build his own spaceship so he could explore other planets and befriend be·friend
tr.v. be·friend·ed, be·friend·ing, be·friends
To behave as a friend to.
to become a friend to
Verb 1. any inhabitants
The game is based loosely on the concepts from SameGame. that he might find on them.