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  • Toy-Shop Numbers - … and generate discussion about numbers. Students use examples from a toy-shop to identify real-world uses of numbers and to … in a package. Have the students write numbers on the Toy-Shop Numbers Activity Sheet for the prices, numbers, lengths, and … suggested. Once students have identified a particular number from the toy-shop, they can then work independently or in small groups … may access a printer-friendly version of the Toy-Shop Numbers activity sheet. Toy-Shop Numbers Activity Sheet (B&W Version) Assessment …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Jews in America at a Time of Growth and Change: Forging New Frontiers - … ://www.pbs.org/wgbh/theymadeamerica/whomade/handler_hi.html). "At a Toy Fair in 1959, adult doll with breasts was a shock … dreams of careers and grown-up glamour."8 7. Kenner Toys: Toy Versions of Adult Products http://www.kennertoys.com/history.html "Kenner toys was founded in 1947 by three brothers- Albert, Philip and … their any adult products that today are being made into toys (toy cell phones, etc?) 11. How did the superheroes reflect current …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • A Trip to the Toy Store - … pennies. These will be paper cutouts to represent various coins. - Toy store with cash register - Cover sheet - Large bulletin board cutouts of coins Preparations 1. Prepare classroom toy store. 2. Make copies of assessment worksheet (one per each … able to pick an item in the classroom toyshop using 'toy"money earned for good behavior/tokens during the week. Students …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • ECONnections: Lesson 5: How E-Commerce Infulences Consumer Choice: Teachers' Version - … Silver about consumer decision making. Then, students Spending identify a toy or game they would like to buy. To help determine … Activity 2 for each student Internet access Toy catalogs Access to a toy store that sells toys Newspaper advertisements and inserts. Procedures Part … in the space provided. Instruct them to fill in the Toy Survey with information they gathered from the website. If students …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Toys for Me: A Lesson on Choice - … to make a choice between 'this toy OR that toy' is difficult for students who want every toy. A goal in life for … to look up scarcity and opportunity cost. scarcity opportunity cost Toys for Me: A poem written by the author of this … costs. The student also has to give up their other toy of choice. Other costs might include the following: playing with … Discussion questions: 1. Why does Scarcity believe she wants every toy? [Because she does not understand scarcity - we cannot have everything …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Learning to Share - … students to share. Goals Students will learn: To share their toys To share their crayons Materials Needed You will need the … anything from that experience?" "Yes. I should have shared my toys with her, because Lori and Mindy are having fun together … to play with." "I know," her teacher agreed. "Sharing your toys and playing with someone is better than playing alone." "That … will find you will be happier if you share your toys." "Okay." After that, Susie walked over to Lori and said …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Santa's Workshop - … two villages compete to see who can build the most toys. Unfortunately, this year the elves have gone on strike and … to the workshop (the area with the box holding the toys) and back without being tagged. If tagged, they must return … ?" "What would you do differently next time to obtain more toys than the other team?" Adaptations for Students with Disabilities: Allow students with disabilities to be Santa, counting up the toys on each end after a determined amount of time and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • The Sun and Its Energy - … them and their energy level decreases. EXTENSION: Will the glow toys work in artifical light? DAY 6--ACTIVITY: SOLAR HOUSE KIT … energy hits the PV cell, the chemicals make electricity. Some toys and calculators use small PV cells instead of batteries. Big … short. You are probably familiar with photovoltaic cells. Solar-powered toys, calculators, and roadside telephone call boxes all use solar cells …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Everything Has Parts - … interest or learning centers such as: Puzzle/manipulative area: building toys for construction, blueprints, sets of directions for assembly of objects … in the assembly or repair of common objects (e.g., toys, household items). Interdisciplinary Connections: The following connections will depend upon … and writing supplies. Sandwich cookies, toy cars, flashlights or other toys to disassemble, magazines, books, feely bags, broken toys, puzzles, pens, markers, clocks …
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K
  • Making Waves - … ) Computer w/projector Materials and Student Handouts Slinky or Spring toy Meter stick Lab direction handout 1/ lab group, attached Blank … characteristics.) Culminating Activities Focus: Give pairs of students a spring toy a meter stick and the handout. Activity: Have students do … observations, describe two ways that waves move through a spring toy. Use drawings and written explanation to show what you observed …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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