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  31.   Toys and Forces
TEKS-Based Activity Starter for Grade 3 Toys and Forces Description: In this activity, students use different toys to apply the concept that forces cause change. Time Frame: 1 lesson (45 minutes) Correlation to Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: During this activity, students will be exposed to the following Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  32.   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

  33.   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

  34.   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

  35.   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

  36.   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

  37.   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

  38.   On the Move (using toy cars and ramps)
LEOs Title: A Lesson: On the Move (using toy cars and ramps) for Grade 4 Unit: Topic: Forces and motion Standard Level: Elementary Grade: Grade 4 Start - End Date: There is no start - end date specified This LEO was created by: Dana VanDeBogart Connected Rubric: Learning Context: The purpose of the On the Move is to enable students to gather and in...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  39.   The Spirits of Toys Past, Present and Future
Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students explore the evolution of toys and learn how the toy industry has adapted their products in response to advances in technology and changing customer expectations. Author(s): Rachel McClain, The New York Times Learning Network Suggested Time Allowance: 45 minutes Objectives: Students will: 1. Create a list of "cool" toys and discuss c...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  40.   Toy Stories
Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students explore the cultural significance of toys by investigating the origins and historical contexts of popular toys, creating a game to share their knowledge and writing reflective letters to their favorite toys. (Click here for a companion lesson for Grades 3-5.) Author(s): Amanda Christy Brown, The New York Times Learning Network Kristin McGinn Ma...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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