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  1.   What is this Toy Truck Made Of?
What Is This Toy Truck Made Of? (Adapted from Recycling: Mining Resources From Trash, Cornell Waste Management Institute) GRADE LEVELS: K-3 SUBJECT AREAS: social studies, science CONCEPT: Many natural resources may be needed to make one object. OBJECTIVE: To identify how many resources are used to produce an item and why...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   History of Toys and Games
History of Toys and Games Subjects Arts & Humanities --Language Arts --Visual Arts Educational Technology Mathematics --Measurement --History ----U.S. History --Holidays Grade 3-5 6-8 9-12 Brief Description Create a timeline to illustrate when popular toys were introduced. Objectives Students will develop research skil...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Making A Toy
102 The Ontario Curriculum - Exemplars, Grades 1 and 2: Science and Technology Teacher Package Science and Technology Exemplar Task Grade 2 Teacher Package You will be sharing your design plan, a model of the toy, and an explanation of how the simple machines in the toy will help young children develop fine-motor skills. Your presentation will be part of an exhibit of toy designs that representatives of several big toy manufacturers will attend to find new designs that they can buy and manufacture. Your task is t...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   Toys for Me: A Lesson on Choice
...gs you could have chosen. Choice gives us 'benefits' and choice gives us 'costs'. Not only do you have to make a choice every minute of the day, because of scarcity, but also, when making a choice, you have to give up something of value (opportunity cost). To be asked to make a choice between 'this toy OR that toy' is difficult for students who want every toy. A goal in life for each of us is to look at our wants, determine our opportunities, and try and make the best choices by weighing the benefits and costs. KEY CONCEPTS Choice, Costs, Opportunity Cost, Scarcity, Wants STUDENTS WILL Explain why they...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Old toy - new market
...Y CONCEPTS Goods, Markets, Profit Motive, Services STUDENTS WILL Demonstrate how new markets can be created for old products. Explore multicultural differences in products. INTRODUCTION Have you ever played the board game, Monopoly? Did you know it's over 65 years old? Even though it is an American toy, it is now sold in 80 countries and translated into 26 languages. Another toy that's been around a long time are LEGOs. This toy, developed in Denmark, is also a worldwide favorite. There are now LEGO theme parks, known as LEGOLANDS. After this lesson, you will see how the LEGO Company and Parker Brother...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   A Trip to the Toy Store
A Trip to the Toy Store Description This is the fifth lesson in the unit, Common Cents. This is a fun, entertaining lesson where students are given the opportunity to practice skills they have learned during the week about money and spend money saved on a toy of their choice. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards MA....
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Toy Parade
Teachers.Net Lesson Plans #135. Toy Parade Reading/Writing, level: Elementary Posted by Paul Fortin (pfortin@borg.com). K-8 Bldg., Boonville, NY Materials Required: chart paper or chalkboard, paper, pencil, toy Concepts Taught: Parts of speech: adjectives & adverbs 1. After having taught concept of adjectives and adverbs, have the children...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  8.   Toy-Shop Numbers
Illuminations: Toy-Shop Numbers Toy-Shop Numbers Share | A toy-shop theme is used to help stimulate and generate discussion about numbers. Students use examples from a toy-shop to identify real-world uses of numbers and to write stories about those numbers. Learning Objectives Students will: identify and describe one-, two...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  9.   Toys Follow-Up
Toys Follow-upAuthor: Danielle Unternahrer 10/25/2006 10:59:00 AM EST VITAL INFORMATION Subject(s): Research, Technology Topic or Unit of Study: Learning how to enter data into excel and then graph it. Grade/Level: 3 Objective: Students will be collecting data as a class on which toys they chose to include i...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   History of Toys
History of Toys Heidi Fry 5th grade/ Social Studies/Language Arts Meridian School District Content Areas Objectives: Social Studies: Become familiar with the events and the people that shaped the United States. Evaluate the effects of technology upon society's economic system and historic development Develop an awarene...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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