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  • 1.3 Push-Me Pull-Me toys - … the problem. Many of the Push-Me Pull-Me Toy Companya s toys have been around for years and years. People can … whether they want to design a push toy, a pull toy, or a push-pull toy. Use scrap paper for designs. Students will … names. Students will also settle on prices for their new toys and include this information on their advertisements. Students should fill … we would do differently next time Have students present their toys and advertisements to each other. Assessment Discuss with children how …
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  • Bubbles in the Hot Tub A Guide to Getting In and Out of Hot Water - … subtask, the students will design and construct a children's toy that operates using hydraulic and/or pneumatic systems. Possibilities may … into action. The latest craze in children’s toy technology is fluid-powered toys. After conducting some research, your group has been … or no assistance Inquiry and design skills (hydraulic or pneumatic toy) – applies few of the required skills and strategies – shows little …
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  • Researchers Work out Santa Claus' Salary - … vast majority of his salary, however, comes from managing his toy factory. It is estimated the bearded one spends 2,912 … reader. The (9) ____ salary, however, comes from managing his toy factory. It is estimated the bearded one spends 2,912 … majority of his salary, however, comes from managing his / him toy factory. It is estimated the braided / bearded one spends 2 … vast majority of his salary however comes from managing his toy factory it is estimated the bearded one spends 2912 hours …
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  • Toy Inventor's Workshop - … will be videotaped and analyzed for common "likes" about toys. Favorite toys will be photographed. Students will create a spreadsheet and graph characteristics of popular toys. Finally, working in small groups, students will use modeling clay … and videotape chats with preschool children about their favorite toys. Students will photograph toys discussed. * Day 5 & 6: Students will watch videotapes …
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  • Mercado - Trading at the Marketplace - … squares, triangles, and rectangles Manipulatives in different colors Small, inexpensive toys-at least two per student Mexican currency, especially a peso … addition, place 40 pennies at each table. Collect several small toys from around the room. ACTIVITIES Begin this activity by asking … will feature a different item for sale: Jalisco flowers, small toys, Huichol bags, and nachos. Gather plastic vegetables from the Playhouse …
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  • Toys and Forces - … and process skills included in other TEKS. Materials: Collection of toys, including several that move by pushing or pulling Student journal … chart, labeling the columns Toys That Use a Pulling Force, Toys That Use a Pushing Force, and Toys That Use Both Pushing and … pushing and pulling forces as they demonstrate and discuss their toys. Use leading questions to redirect students. Some examples of questions …
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  • Teddy Bears and Friends - … unit we compare the lengths of the students' favourite soft toys directly and then indirectly using multi-link cubes. Achievement Objectives … turns bringing their toys into the centre to compare. Put taller toys in one group, shorter toys in another and toys of the same … place. Continue discussing, comparing and moving outlines until all the toys have been ordered. Display the line in the hallway so …
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  • Understanding Physical Technologies - … : For this activity, collect a variety of toys whose operation involves stored energy. Push toys provide an excellent introduction to the concepts … cord, a paddleball, any type of wind-up toy and any battery-powered toys. Day One Readiness Exploration Activity on the Concept … ways. 13. Encourage them to make guesses about how each toy works. 4 Understanding Physical Technologies Kindergarten Interdisciplinary Lesson 14. Ask …
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  • The Toy Book: A Desktop Publishing Project - … results are compiled in a booklet entitled: The Toy Book...Top 10 Toys for the Holiday Season! The booklet can then be … pencils, color markers or crayons, computer, word processing program, clipboards, toys, camera and/or videotaping equipment. Word processing program suggestion: ClarisWorks … donated toys. Get new toys! Aim for 10-20 toys Vary your selection: Educational toys, board games, card games, books*, electronic toys, hands-on toys (*Keep …
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  • I Have to Choose? (includes BLMs Too Many Toys? and I Have to Choose?) - … Page 151 Name: Too Many Toys? At the toy store I do see, Lots and lots of toys for me. Balls and bats … Choose? 1. Circle all the toys to choose from in “Too Many Toys?” ? ? ? ? 2. Which two toys from the poem do you want … you have to give up in order to have that toy? ____ Standard 4 / Curriculum Framework / Activity 5 Indiana Social Studies … 1. The students should have circled the following toys on their BLMs Too Many Toys?: balls beads bats bears hats tables with …
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