Annika Hollo, Riverside Montessori PreSchool
If I could invent anything, I would invent letters that aliens could understand. My letters use colour, shapes, and texture so it is easy for people from far away planets to understand. I love space and I want to talk with an alien one day.
Elsa Qaiser, Munden Park Public School
My doodle expresses the theme “If I could invent anything” by inventing the “Thinking Cap.” Whenever the teacher says “Put on your thinking caps” wouldn’t it be cool to actually have one? This why I chose “Thinking Cap” as my doodle.
Kelly Tsui, Beware Wet Paint Progressive Art School
I would invent an idea maker. it starts with a brain scanner that gathers ideas from different people. The next step is to do research from different sources like internet, books and survey. Then it will draw plan and explore different resources to create prototypes. Finally, the new idea of an invention is created.
Fiona Tung, Beware Wet Paint Progressive Art School.
If I could invent anything I would invent a machine which could teleport people to different places all over the world in the blink of an eye without getting stuck in traffic jams or bad weather. And I can have my dreams come true to travel around the world.
Cindy Tang, Dr. Norman Bethune C.I
I would invent a telescope that would show us the depth of the sea (all of it). I’ve heard we’ve discovered less than 5% of the ocean - 95% still left unseen by human eyes
Aydin Hirji, Delta West Academy
Bonbon tree. I like candies.
Sahil Brar, FFCA North Middle School
I invented jetpack basketball!!!
Water-Generating Water Bottle
Lovepreet Singh Dhaliwal, FFCA North Middle School
If I could invent anything, I would invent a water bottle that makes water. The water bottle would take in water vapour and have small hydrogen and oxygen tanks on the side. I my drawing, the letters are rocks being pelted by water from the water bottle.
Amy Wu, Tom Bains
Presenting 2D3D, the machine with the ability to change the dimension of certain objects, organisms, or picture. This revolution makes memories forever, and everything can be made from a picture or a drawing. Go ahead. Make anything of your desire. Make your dreams come true.
Xusheng Yu, St. Francis Xavier
I would invent a tree that can also produce electricity. More trees will be planted, lowering the amount of carbon dioxide in our environment. We will also have a new renewable energy source. Kids can learn about the environment and start planting trees, creating a better world for our future.
Magic Ice Cream
Maude Goguen, Camille-Vautour
Magic ice cream. When you eat it, it gives you super powers
Going to Mars
Felicitas Vician, Bedford South School
For my google doodle I was thinking of doing “life on mars. My most favourite planet is Mars. So I would like to do something special. My brother Michael taught me a lot about Mars and he told me that people from NASA are trying to get people to Mars, and that they are exploring Mars right now. I dedicate my google doodle to my brother.
Atlantic Ocean Bridge
Sally Wilkie, Evangeline Middle School
My invention is a large bridge crossing the atlantic ocean and connecting Canada and Europe. I chose this invention because it would be an efficient way for people without money to buy a plane ticket to travel and see the world.
Lucy Wilkie, Horton High School
My invention is reality reading; books that allow people to enter and temporarily live in the world of story. It would be so exciting to meet your favourite characters and take part in their adventures! What book would you choose?
Age Reversing Machine
David Isaiah Jeans, yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School
If I could invent anything, I would invent a machine that could reverse the aging process. An old person would go in one end and when they come out they would be young.
Solar fish tank
Emma Zhao, Playart Base
If I could invent anything, I would invent a solar fish tank. During the day, the water absorbs the sun light energy and saves it into the tank. In the evening, the light bulbs glow in the dark.
Gabriel Duval, Ecole de Fontainebleau
If I could invent anything, I would invent a hybrid airplane. It would be a green airplane emitting a lot less CO2 than actual planes. It would work on electricity and when necessary, kerosene. The air would then be cleaner.
Eliane Morin, College Notre Dame de Lourdes
If I could invent anything, I would invent a robot dog as I am allergic to dog hair. I wouldn’t have to take it for walks or pick up after it. And it could stay alone during my vacation.
Jeanne St Cyr, College Sainte-Anne de Lachine
If I could invent anything, I would invent a machine that transforms drawings into reality. I think it would make life much easier and much cooler.
Meriam Akkou, La Camaradiere
If I could invent anything, I would invent a new way of constructing houses so that I could build a city underwater.
City Over the Moon
Isabella Eshraghi, Ecole Braemar School
I would invent a city on the moon. I have always wanted to go to the moon and live there. The city on the moon would let Spaceships go from earth for others to visit and also enjoy the ride watching the stars!
Hannah Cui, Capitol Hill School
My Doodle expresses the them by showing I want to invent a pollution vacuum that sucks up pollutants such as air pollution, global warming, light pollution and over fishing.
Erika Lieu, Capitol Hill School
A machine that styles your hair instantly. Sit in a chair and scan a picture of your face. Select a hairstyle, add colour, and press the “style” button. The “Style Shaper” machine will make your hair look beautiful.
A Virtual Reality Simulator
Maria Angela Viaje, Johnston Heights Secondary
Sometimes people need a break from reality. The Virtual Reality Simulator will manipulate your brain waves to see, smell, hear, taste and feel what you like.
Speech to Music Converter
Ariel Lam, Crofton House School
I would invent a machine that would communicate with other beings beyond our galaxy by converting speech into the universal language of music to be understood by anyone