Monday Night Show Asks: If you could invent a toy, what would it be?
If you could invent a toy, what would it be? Share your answer with Entrepreneurs Debbie Sterling and Daymond John below and tune in December 15 at 7PM for the Monday Night Show with Adam Freeman to see if your story gets shared on air or picked to win a $25 gift card to HSN.
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I would create some flying boots so I could get places FAST! #gottasavetime
Did I mention that Keri Maletto is here tonight?
:smileyfrustrated:it would be a sturdy building mlocks center that woul be easy to put together on the styl of mr potatoe head
My daughter really wants a jello and marshmallow bouncy house like the one in the movie ‘Cloudy with a chance of meatballs’!
I don’t knoe exactly what the "toy" would be but, it wouldn’t involve batteries, electricity, being alone, the celebrity of the week, or any negativity. It would be a positive experience to be shared.
:heart::womanhappy: Good Afternoon Adam, great question, unfortunately I can not post my 2 items I have in the works, waiting on patents. Welcome Daymond to HSN, wow, you are watched and adored by so many on Shark Tank, love even watching the 2 nights of reruns, hoping to make to Shark Tank soon, or contact YOU 🙂 Love Your Sites on FB etc, with FUBU.
Welcome Debbie and Good Luck and Congratulations, will be watching for your preview.
Honestly, Hasbro gentleman who created Simon recently passed and it’s now becoming popular again.
I would design a game board for the tweens, and their friends to play and shop and learn what flex pay is, as well as finding top names, if something was a Hero or a Zero, Plus, we need a Mr Wonderful Bobble Head, yet able to endure our STRESS.
thank you 🙂 Have a Fabulous Holiday To All 🙂
I would invent a toy that would be for all ages, it would cost only a small amount of money and would give you lots everyday fun, such as a guessing game.
First priority!!! I would invent a toy that didn’t annoy parent with the noise it makes. Second, my toy would have parts that grow with a child. For example a toy that keeps closed and has an older toy in the first layer for small children, like a ball. Then you take that layer off and put it aside and inside it might have a smaller ball, stuffed animal, etc. Each layer would fit into the next. Sort of like Ukranian (?) wooden dolls that are in layers. Each doll you take off has a smaller one inside. None of the items would be small enough that a young chid could put in their mouth. This could also be used for a child when you are out to dinner etc., they could have a different toy throughout dinner but without having to bring multiple toys.
I would invent a toy that never brakes. That would be a task.
I would invent a toy for children (maybe a video game or plush interactive toy) that encourages kids to complete an act of kindness (would have suggestions..like say something kind to a family member, or stranger, or help with a chore) and then it could be tracked like a fitness tracker and the child would get a reward for completing the tasks. Examples of rewards would be A new game character for video game or song for the plush or any number of other rewards. Something kids are already familiar with that is super fun and encourages a new generation of kind adults 🙂
Toys that teach kids Empathy, Team Work, Grit, Gratitude, Sharing, Responbility and more 🙂
I would like to see a toy that would teach penmanship, since the schools don’t really teach it anymore.
Kids are into video games. Maybe have it set up in a way where they practice penmanship for awhile and earn reward points towards something they want. If you think I’m joking compare the handwriting of most children today to that of older generations ….we have REALLY dropped down in this area.
I’d love to invent a toy that teaches children how fun picking up toys and putting them in the correct spot can be. It would look like a cool robot who plays music and teaches children fun ways to organize their toys.
If I could invent a toy, it would be a toy that would bring families together. I am thinking that an old fashioned game of softball would be great! I remember when I was a child we lived in a small, rural town. Every Sunday, I would go and knock on the doors of my friends and say "Hey, do you want to go over to the school and play a game of softball?" I would get an excited response of "yes!" and we would pick teams and have a great time playing softball all afternoon. It is hard to believe that such a simple idea would bring us so much fun and joy. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone!
Something that would keep kids interested in getting outside and playing. Maybe insert something into the balls they play with (football, baseball, basketball) that could tell how fast the ball was thrown and speak it out loud, like, "wow, you just threw me 89 mph!" There could be sensors on each basketball hoop and then the ball could keep score when it went threw the hoop and shout out the score. Kids love all the electronics and this would add this dimension back into the physical games.
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02.04.17 12:58 AM