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'Good Morning America' looking for kid inventors to feature on upcoming segment

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Posted at 1:17 PM, Jan 09, 2020

"Good Morning America" is looking for creative kid inventors to feature on an upcoming segment.

Do you know an outgoing student with a clever, fun, visual invention? This opportunity is for them.

Inventors must be between the ages of 5 to 14 and have an invention they would like to share - maybe even a creation from Camp Invention®!

Here's how to submit a video to the show:

  • Make a 15-to-30-second video that showcases only the inventor and invention.
  • The inventor should speak on their own; parents and teachers should not participate.
  • Film your video in a quiet location with good lighting.
  • Hold the phone horizontally when filming (that creates HD-quality video).

Make sure the inventor says/does the following things in the video:

  • Name, age and hometown
  • Invention name
  • Demonstrate how the invention works and why it is necessary

Send the video file to with "Kid Inventor Submission" as the subject line. If there is an issue sending a large file, the video can be sent as a Vimeo or Dropbox link.

In addition to the video, provide a recent photo of the student; the student's full name and age; and a parent's contact information (cellphone number and email) along with a written description of the invention.

Submit your video by 5 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday, Jan. 17, 2020.