15 March 2014
Last updated at 11:45
Niall and Tiffany from The HUB have sent in these cracking robot designs. (Left) the Birthday-Bot bakes cakes, sings Happy Birthday and organises lots of fun party games. (Right) The Prank-Bot is guaranteed to put a smile on your face by playing practical jokes and surprises on your and your friends!
Olivia and Charlotte from Bishop Henderson school have created Bubblegum the robot to help people who can't speak. Her special features include blowing bubblegum and dancing to music.
Ethan aged 9 from North Yorkshire has sent in this fantastic robot called the i-search, which can search for and rescue people trapped by natural disasters such as earthquakes. Amazing!
Michael, aged 6 from Atherton, has created this robot which helps to find and mine diamonds!
Jacob (Left) and Jediah (Right) from Bishop Henderson school have created these amazing robots! The HKF5000 is excellent at computer games and Halloween fancy dress, and the Medical Nurse robot will help get you back on your feet again if you are feeling poorly.
Policeman Joe designed by Euan, aged 7 from Lisburn, will help to guard your house and keep it safe, using its laser eyes and boxing gloves.
St Mary's RC Primary School in Bicester has sent in these incredible "Riveting-robots." We think they are techo-tastic!
(Left) Jack and Nathan have created Speakatron, a very colourful robot who can help with the cooking and cleaning and can play all of your favourite songs. (Right) Ethan has also come up with Robo 6000, who helps to take care of the elderly and helps children with their homework.
(Left) Kimberly's lumberjack robot will make short work of chopping down trees with its silver arms and gold head. (Right) Nadie, aged 9 from London, has created "Maxamillion", the robot who loves to dance all night and has some jazzy zig-zag trousers!
(Left) Aiden from Beckenham had sent us this great robot, who can help to do his homework and also let him play DVDs! (Right) This helpful robot from Ruby in Bishop's Stortford, has a first aid kit and a blue flashing head, which flashes when someone has fallen over.
This is the Guardbot from Jake who is 8 and in Derbyshire. It has a built-in microphone and camera, so the house owner can view what the robot is seeing inside the house. The robot alerts the owner to any burglars.
(Left) Daniel, 6 from Brighton has sent us the Norbat 5000, a robot who does everything for you and has fire alarm ears! (Right) Bill who is six has sent us his colourful creation.
(Left) We definitely need a Chloe GR8 robot here in the Newsround office, to help us do all our chores. Thanks Kate, 9, from Brighton! (Right) Kyra, 7, from Bristol has also come up with a great robot to help tidy up. You put the toys into the mouth and they come out of his arms and back onto the shelves! Fantastic!
(Left) Erik, who is 6 and a half, came up with this very friendly robot who likes to play draughts, but can't go in puddles because he would stop working! (Right) Marlowe, 6, from Sandy has invented the brilliantly named icono5a-95z who is very handy around the house.
Joseph in Kent's robot is called "The Robber Catcher". Made from titanium you can either control it by sitting in the cab or by putting it on automatic. It uses radiation scanners on its wrist to scan through walls for robbers.
This robot is from Phoebe in Essex. It's for people who don't have horses and the benefit of Robo-Horse it it doesn't need feeding or grooming!
This is Sally the robot by Erika who is 5. Colourful Sally helps elderly people by doing their chores and moving boxes out of their way.
This is Lollipopbot who does the job of a lollipop person helping people to cross the road safely. The arms flip up when the cars come. By Dylan aged 8.
This is a robotic plane by Daniel, aged 6. The plane can fetch and bring you anything you want and it has a very powerful engine so that it can fly quickly. We like those 'grabbers'!
This underwater rescue robot is by Fergus on the Isle of Man. This robot rescues injured fish and trapped people underwater.
Tea will never be in short supply thanks to Millie aged 5 from Devon, who has invented the "Serve-up Cheetah" a robot animal who serves tea!
Cameron aged 7 from York has invented a robo-security cat, which plays with and cares for your cat, as well as using its infa-red night vision to keep an eye on things when you are away.
(Left) Martha from Cheshire has created the ultimate homework robot, and Jack from Cornwall has created a robot who can recycle, handle spiky things with no problem, and has very expressive eyebrows! (Right)
Craig aged 7 has come up with the Springbots, robots who will hang up the washing and clean your windows for you!
Your pet will never be lonely with Florrie and Heidi's robot around! Robo-Rex can take your dog for walks while you are out, and can also feed it and take messages.
Matthew who is 9 from Kent has created the "Builder killer" a robot who can build and knock-down buildings at super-speed, and can also scan for people in building that are on fire.
Here is Ramingo (left) drawn by Dexter, 8, from Cornwall. He can teach you sports, how to play instruments and help with homework. Zig23G (on the right), drawn by Alexander from London, is a robot that reminds you to watch your fave TV programmes - very useful to remind you to watch Newsround!