Inventive creations at the inventors fair in Fridley

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Valeria Reyes, 11, shows her project to a teacher at the sixth-grade inventors fair Jan. 17 at Fridley Middle School. She demonstrated how pets could press a button to turn on a light, signaling to owners their needs, such as being let outside or being fed. (Sun staff photo by Sarah Peterson) Jean Stephenson of Fridley, a grandparent of a student in the sixth-grade inventors fair Jan. 17, wanders through the displays and looks at projects with the other parents and students. (Sun staff photo by Sarah Peterson) Students gather at popular displays to visit during the Jan. 17 inventors fair at Fridley Middle School. (Sun staff photo by Sarah Peterson) Parents walk the halls, going up and down the tight aisles to view the variety of student projects displayed at the sixth-grade inventors fair Jan. 17 at Fridley Middle School. (Sun staff photo by Sarah Peterson) Students tour the invention displays, reading the inventors’ remarks and studying how it was made and how it would work. (Sun staff photo by Sarah Peterson)
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Valeria Reyes, 11, shows her project to a teacher at the sixth-grade inventors fair Jan. 17 at Fridley Middle School. She demonstrated how pets could press a button to turn on a light, signaling to owners their needs, such as being let outside or being fed. (Sun staff photo by Sarah Peterson)

Sixth grade students at Fridley Middle School worked on an Invention Project, for which they brainstormed problems and solutions, researched inventions and created their very own invention and display. The student inventions were on display during the Curriculum Fair Jan. 17. A short awards ceremony followed the fair to announce winners of different categories.