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  31.   Toying Around with Newton's Laws
Toying Around with Newton's Laws (Grade 8) Master Teacher Ashley Holmes Time Allotment Two 50-minute class periods Overview Have you ever wondered what really makes something move? What makes your favorite simple toys move and work? Isaac Newton probably had these same thoughts as he was experimenting with t...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  32.   Making Toys for World Peace
Lesson plan: Making toys for world peace RELATED SITES Objectives Students will be able to: Distinguish between immediate and long-term goals. Follow directions for creating handmade toys. Propose and defend their own ideas contributing to world peace. Standards National Council for the Social Studies, Theme Nine Social studies...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  33.   Glow-in-the-Dark Toys
SECONDARY ARTICLE: The Science Behind Glow-in-the-Dark Toys You see them everywhere glow-in-the-dark toys, decorations, even clothes. You probably know that they work by absorbing light and emitting it later. But what makes them different from other things that absorb light? All glow-in-the-dark materials contain phosphors. A phosphor is a substance that radiate...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  34.   Wet Water Sponge Toys
...ike cute little butterflies - fun for a birthday water party. Now center a zip tie around all the sponges and pull the tie through the hole. Pull the zip tie tight, as much as you can until it won't go anymore. Then cut off the excess zip tie. Fluff up the sponge strips to make a nice looking water toy. You're done. Dip each sponge in a bucket and get each other wet. You can play with them in the pool or even in the bathtub. Have fun making water sponges. It's hot this summer and these will help keep you cool.
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    Grade Level: K-5

  35.   Makin' a Splash with Bathtime Toys
My kids love this story, I Don't Want to Have a Bath by Julie Sykes. We read it this week for storytime. Little tiger doesn't want to take a bath. How can he be convinced he needs one? To help my kids get in the tub, we made some Foam Bath Toys cut into all kinds of shapes. These are made with crafting foam sheets, available at Walmart or most crafting stores. You can trace the shape first or simply cut them out. If your child is okay to use scissors, let them make the shapes they want, even if they're crazy. They stick great onto the walls of...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  36.   Roar!! Dinosaur Pipe Cleaner Toys
...n do with them! They come in tons of colors, are cheap and readily available at your local craft or dollar store. My three year-old son is just starting to discover dinosaurs (his favorite: the T-Rex. How do boys learn this stuff? Is it just part of their DNA?), so we decided to make these dinosaur toys out of pipe cleaners, inspired by a Family Fun magazine activity. Since my son likes the Tyrannosaurus Rex, we modified it to try to make the Dino look more like a T-Rex. This is a great make-anytime activity that you can do with minimal preparation. Pull this one out next time your kid says she's bored...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  37.   Toy Story Birthday Party Ideas and Beyond!
We're getting excited for the 3rd Toy Story movie to hit theaters in June. Toy Story Mania is one of our favorite rides at Disneyland. Have you been on it? It's addicting, I kept wanting to beat my husband so we stood in that long line again and again! Since we love these toys so much, I've come up with a few fun ideas and activities for a f...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  38.   Supply and Demand, Lessons From Toy Fads.
The concepts of supply and demand and related terms are taught through stories about the toy fads of Hula Hoops and Silly Bandz. In 1958, Wham-O, Inc. began marketing the Hula Hoop in the United States and sales of the Hula Hoops sky-rocketed as over 25 million were sold in the first few months, within the year over 100 million. Similarly today, Silly Bandz has taken off in sales since the summe...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  39.   My Favorite Toy-descriptive writing
#383. My Favorite Toy-descriptive writing Reading/Writing, level: Elementary Posted Tue Apr 7 08:09:35 PDT 1998 by Dean (). Materials Required: paper, pencil Concepts Taught: Recalling details/descriptive paragraph organizing My Favorite ToyChildren should write a detailed description of their favorite toy(including size, col...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  40.   Tinker Toys Project
Title - Tinker Toys Project By - Dawn Pawlowski Primary Subject - Language Arts Secondary Subjects - Art, Science, Other Grade Level - 6-12 Objectives: Students will... 1. Write detailed directions using specific descriptions 2. Explain the importance of writing detailed descriptions Materials: Tinker Toys, Paper, Writing...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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