Kids Pitch Brilliant Products to the 'Shark Tank' Tycoons!

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Four entrepreneurial young inventors are pitching their best products to the investor team from ABC’s “Shark Tank,” and competing for a $3,000 prize!

Jordan Reeves, age 11, from Columbia, Missouri created two products that she made with a 3-D printer. One is a gizmo to help you grab a paper towel sheet with only one hand. The second is a wearable glitter blaster!

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Gary Leschinsky, age 9, from Mahwah, New Jersey shows off an impressive wearable device that alerts others when a kid (or adult) is having an allergy attack.

Plus, two remarkable high school students, Shakeena Julio, age 15, and Allieberry Pitter, age 13, from the Bronx in NYC, designed a scooter than can charge your cellphone while you ride!

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Check out this video to see the kids’ pitches -- and the surprise Rach has for them! Also, watch Rach quiz the Sharks to find out who is the best dancer and why Kevin O’Leary jokes that he bought Barbara Corcoran a “broom.”

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