By Joshua. Hand mixer turns on and off using a tilt sensor.
By Bruno. Turns on when the motion sensor is touched, and off when the motion sensor is unobstructed.
This motorized pancake flipper by first graders Jade and Sundari puts your breakfast right on the plate.
This kitchen helper by first graders Anya and Julian makes slicing carrots a breeze.
This one-wheeled wonder by first graders Emily, Peter, and Annie will scrub your kitchen clean.
Need crushed candy to sprinkle on cookies? This device by first graders Zoe and Johnny will do the job.
This sponge car by first graders Kate and Kamen makes it easy to wipe the kitchen clean.
This sensor-controlled pancake flipper by first graders Quinn and Roy announces that breakfast is ready and flips a pancake onto your plate (if you can catch it).
This combination mixer and cleaner is by first graders Audrey and Brice.