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How to make inventions successful

Some inventors claim that they sat down one day and in 10 minutes created their invention that made people around the world happy and the inventor a millionaire.  These are the minority instances, and in fact, invention is a process that involves trying to solve problems in a multiple of ways until just the right solution is found that will work with the marketplace.  The CIC curriculum and Invention Conventions map to this process – a successful invention is one that follows the rules, that demonstrates that the inventor learned the tenets and process of invention, and which can be said is indeed the work of the child themselves.

This section has more resources on how to make invention successful, so read on!

 



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