Key: (1st/2nd/3rd) denote needed quantities: (1st) enough for 1 student doing all activities; (2nd) enough for 30 students working in 10 lab groups all self-paced; (3rd) enough for 30 students working in 10 lab groups, all doing the same lesson. Starred* items may be purchased below.
10/70/70: sheets of lined notebook paper, square corners preferred 1/10/10: pair of scissors * 1/2/2: boxes sugar cubes (not bricks) equivalent to 1 teaspoon * 1/10/10: rolls of cellophane tape * 1/1/1: box paper clips * 1/2/2: rolls adding machine tape 1/1/1: ball kite string 1/3/10: calculators 3/30/30: index cards, 3x5 inches 1/3/10: large grocery bags * 4/10/10: plastic soda straws * 5/50/50: straight pins * 1/30/30: wooden spring-action clothespins 2/35/40: soda cans with pull tabs attached 10/130/150: small styrofoam cups 10/100/250: U.S. pennies minted after 1982 2/10/20: each U.S. pennies minted before 1982, nickels, and quarters 3/12/30: U.S. dimes 1/1/1: handful uncooked long-grain rice 1/3/10: deep plastic tubs, dishwashing size 10/200/200: uniform sheets medium to heavy 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper, 20 pound bond or heavier. Scratch paper OK if one side is clean. 1/1/1: box table salt 1/1/1: box plastic sandwich bags, without zip-top 1/3/10: empty quart milk cartons 1/1/1: box granulated sugar 1/6/20: spoons 1/1/1: package corn meal