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How have we found out about toys in the past?

How have we found out about toys in the past?

How have we found out about toys in the past? Asked our mums, dads, grandmas and grandads Looked at old paintings Watched videos Looked at photographs Today we shall find out about toys from the past by looking at an old tradition. We are going to find out about Punch and Judy shows.

By Roberta
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Capacity

Capacity

Capacity. full. empty?. or. bin. trolley. nest. pan. mug. bowl. box. sack. suitcase. tin. jug. vase. bottle. wine glass. basket. bag. vase. box. crate. paper bag. pencil case. glass. full or empty?.

By Olivia
(249 views)

How have we found out about toys in the past?

How have we found out about toys in the past?

How have we found out about toys in the past?. Asked our mums, dads, grandmas and grandads. Looked at old paintings. Watched videos. Looked at photographs. Today we shall find out about toys from the past by looking at an old tradition. We are going to find out about Punch and Judy shows.

By agrata
(164 views)

The Paper Bag

The Paper Bag

The Paper Bag. Game!. Will you make enough bags to survive ?. Some questions about you. How many taps do you have where you live?. 1…. more?. 3…. 2…. 4…. How many rooms do you have where you live?. Do you have to share a bedroom with anyone?. Some ( more ) questions about you.

By parry
(146 views)

Academic Vocabulary

Academic Vocabulary

Academic Vocabulary. Academic Vocabulary. Become familiar with the concept of academic vocabulary (Tier 2 words) and why it is important to teach Become familiar with criteria for selecting Tier 2 words for explicit instruction Explore some strategies and resources for teaching Tier 2 words.

By miette
(202 views)

Respiratory system facts : 1,500 mi of airways

Respiratory system facts : 1,500 mi of airways

Respiratory system facts : 1,500 mi of airways 300 to 500 million alveoli w/ total surface area of about one side of a tennis court 616 miles of capillaries. Functions of the Respiratory System. Warm, moisten, and filter air External, internal, and cellular respiration

By rianne
(112 views)

What topic are you interested in learning more about?

What topic are you interested in learning more about?

What topic are you interested in learning more about?. How much do you already know about this topic?. of. of. Signature. The Tale of Two Sides

By alena
(88 views)

Observing and Measuring Matter

Observing and Measuring Matter

Observing and Measuring Matter. 5 th Grade, Unit 2 . Station 1 . Select an object to observe Thumb Pencil Book Chair Desk Penny Drop of water Rock Shell Plant Leaf Flower Other. Make observations List as many properties as you can about that object.

By delta
(134 views)

How to Make a Paper Bag

How to Make a Paper Bag

How to Make a Paper Bag. By Nate. Introduction. If you don’t have a bag and school is coming then a paper bag is what you need. Take it to school and you’ll be free. Materials. Paper Stapler Glitter glue Crayons/markers Stickers. Step 1. Get a piece of paper . Step 2.

By sovann
(238 views)

Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability

Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability

Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability. Theoretical Probability. based on what should happen in an experiment. Experimental Probability. b ased on what actually happens in an experiment. Theoretical- theory Experimental- actually do the experiment.

By keefe
(192 views)

Costa's Levels of Thinking & Questioning

Costa's Levels of Thinking & Questioning

Costa's Levels of Thinking & Questioning. LG & EQ. Questions/ Key Terms. Notes. Learning Goals Explain the difference between higher and lower-level questions. Practice writing questions from each of Costa’s 3 levels. Essential Question

By hector
(723 views)

Richard P. Buchner – UC Farm Advisor, Tehama County

Richard P. Buchner – UC Farm Advisor, Tehama County

Walnut Blight Management Using Xanthomonas arboricola pv juglandis Dormant Bud Population Sampling. Richard P. Buchner – UC Farm Advisor, Tehama County William H. Olson – UC Farm Advisor Emeritus Butte County Dr. Steven E. Lindow – Plant Pathology UC Berkeley

By eadoin
(202 views)

Final 2011

Final 2011

Final 2011. Alternative Finals. Line Design with Shading . Supplies . All you need is paper Sharpie colored pencils Start by drawing a curve line across the paper.  Think rolling hill...not roller coaster!.

By clem
(75 views)

Drying Foods

Drying Foods

Drying Foods. About drying. One of the oldest methods of food preservation Removes water from foods so bacteria or fungi can’t grow Can use air-drying, vine-drying, or commercial dehydrator Most produce dries best at 130 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit . Hints for drying.

By dirk
(455 views)

A Greener chemistry 120 Millions tons of Ethylene per year Why, what for, & how “greener” ?

A Greener chemistry 120 Millions tons of Ethylene per year Why, what for, & how “greener” ?

A Greener chemistry 120 Millions tons of Ethylene per year Why, what for, & how “greener” ?. Michel H. BUFFENOIR Senior V.P, Technip Ethylene Business Unit. Lille, 2-5 October 2007. Ethylene, What is it, actually? It’s : C 2 H 4 !! 2 carbons, 4 hydrogens. 130 Million t/y (2006).

By henrik
(182 views)

Textbook covers and POQ

Textbook covers and POQ

Textbook covers and POQ. Supplies. Textbook Scissors Paper bag. Steps:. Open the paper bag and set it on the table in front of you. Cut down the back of the paper bag beside the seam. Cut off the bottom of the bag.

By aimee
(139 views)

1. Make a PB&J 2. Lego Build

1. Make a PB&J 2. Lego Build

1. Make a PB&J 2. Lego Build. ALGORITHM. Directions given to get a robot to perform a function is called an:. Algorithm. Algorithms are very specific directions. PB & J Algorithm. I will select 3 algorithms to follow as I construct a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich. Algorithm.

By jill
(123 views)

Materials Design and Development

Materials Design and Development

Materials Design and Development. Sample Listening Lesson & Processing the Park Lesson. Homework for Next Week. Start thinking about the kind of lesson you want to do: Reading or Listening and begin searching for the appropriate text. Listening Lesson – “THE PARK”.

By konala
(127 views)

ALL ABOUT ME

ALL ABOUT ME

ALL ABOUT ME. COACH ESPINOSA. Mrs. Espinosa. J.T. Isabel. Charlie. Miles. Olivia. Renton, WA. Santa Fe, NM. Trophy Club, TX. My Favorite Things. Paper Bag Project. Create your own Paper Bag About You! Show me you family Things you Love Where you Grew Up Inside the Bag

By kellan
(122 views)

Materials Design and Development

Materials Design and Development

Materials Design and Development. Receptive skills (PDP) lesson 1: Parks (Listening). A park. A: What can you do in a park? B: I can walk in a park. A: What can you do in a park? B: I can ____ in a park. What do you see?. A pigeon. Pigeons in a park. 1. 2. Which one is a pigeon?.

By ferris-ross
(156 views)

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