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AaronBurns
 USA
Outdoor Cold Water Kid's Jacuzzi Bubble Pool Printer Friendly Version
A simply constructed addition to a common outdoor plastic blow-up pool for kids. If you add an air pocket around the entire base of the pool, you can add tens or hundreds of one-way valves that you can blow air through, into the water, by reversing your indoor/outdoor vacuum and attach it through an inlet to the pool's air pocket, blowing air into the air pocket. Then you add bubble bath to the water and the pool will overfill with bubbles which kids love. A summer full of fun and a bath while you cool off outside. You could even bring the soap and shampoo to add more bubbles and have cleaner kids. The only question is; just how much bubbles can you make? Can you fill the whole backyard? Only you'll know!
If you add a larger area to blow air into the base of the pool, then maybe you can even make it a pool with an under water wave machine all with the same air blowing technology.
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Steve
 Austria
Concert "shooter" Printer Friendly Version
There have been a lot of discussions in the last couple of years about "ego shooters" and their bad influence on kids, especially in the context of real-life shootings in various schools.
Why not develop a similar line of games that is just as exciting but less violent? For example, when we were kids we used to try to get into various pop concerts for free - it was very exciting and involved skills like swimming, hiding, jumping, runnig... and of course the ability to analyse a certain situation and try to find the best solution. Why not make a game out of it? The result would be an exciting ego-type game as well, only without dead bodies lying around. The kids would learn something useful for their real life, and I'm sure that there are similar settings that would work just as well.
Reward: Free copy of the game 

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Steve
 Austria
Kids Compartments in Trains Printer Friendly Version
There are compartments for smokers and non-smokers, there are even women's compartments. Now, why aren't there any compartments for kids?
A lot of people (like myself) enjoy a peaceful train ride. They can do some work, read a book, or simply take a nap. However, all of this is suddenly over if a small child enters the place. I've experienced unbelievable scenes in the last years, including hours of hysterical screaming and provocative stomping around. One time I've even had a used diaper flung in my direction. The mother's only reaction was to be amused about how her little sweatheart had done the trick.
Now, the point is, I really don't care how other people bring up their kids. However, most PARENTS have bad manners and don't realize that not everything their little ones might be doing is necessarily a treat to everybody else. The easiest solution would be to create kids' compartments. Everyone would benefit, most of all the children who would get a chance to play with other kids during the train ride, which would make their trip much more enjoyable.
Reward: A free train ticket. 

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