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4 INTRODUCTION Science/Math a globe a light table or light box maps (world, country, state, city) X-rays keys for sorting recycling bins nests real and toy coins to examine and sort an ant farm a magnet and screws, nails, nuts, and bolts to sort Outdoors a firefighter pole exercise stations an emergency escape ladder a beanbag or corn hole toss birdhouses within view of classroom windows or the playground binoculars obstacle course toy shopping carts magnifying glasses Technology a GPS navigation system greeting cards to record messages a Google Earth application on a multi- touch mobile device or computer vacuum cleaners, and clean new vacuum bags and filters talking dolls and stuffed animals working flashlights greeting cards with music or sounds Sand, Water, and Construction toy houseboats for water play cardboard boxes for creating buildings small, smooth scrap lumber for construction straw for building a house sand castle buckets for molds new unused syringes without needles for water play a water hose attached to a water source sticks for building a house miniature artificial plants for community landscaping