My friend is in an industrial design and marketing class. For this class they have to design a first aid kit for children 5-12 years old. It is for kids to keep on them when they are camping, on school trips, and when they are out with their friends. (I think this is a tough subject for a teacher to assign someone. The other project was to design and market a new walker for the elderly and others who need "mobility assistance devices".) What exactly would you recommend in such a first aid kit. It has to be marketed for parents to give their kids so nothing to complicated or dangerous (morphine etc.) I was recommending bandaids, Neosporin, childrens aspirin/tylenol, tweezers, a card with parents/guardians contact information along with medical conditions and drug allergies. A pouch to carry a waterbottle, directions for the use of the items. Disenfectant of some sort. Hand sanitizer, and hand towels. I think it is hard to judge what kids would need and know how to effectively use. A pouch for personal medicine (inhaler, pills, etc.) but I cannot really think of much else. She is also looking for ways to carry it. I told her a fannypack and maybe some way to clip it on to the backpack would work best. Any other suggestions or ideas would be much appreciated.