Using the scientific method, come up with a hypothesis method, come up with a hypothesis to test. Test it, measure your results, and write about the experience.
Write the biography of a robot.
What new inventions are set to come to the market soon? Which inventions do you think will sell well? Which will flop in the market? Which inventions do you think will still be in use by the time your children are your age?
Prepare your own inventions to be presented at the Imagination Institute next week. Be prepared to explain why your invention in the best.
Can you improve on some one else’s invention? Choose an invention to restructure and make it better. Write about it in your Wishes! Journal.
What is one of the greatest inventions ever? Learn how to operate the invention.
Make an invention that you could use to invite people to the Imagination Institute award ceremony.
Take a survey. Ask people what they think the next great invention will be. Compile the list and store it in an envelpe or folder for a few years. It will be interesting to see if any of those inventions materialized.