Key: (1st/2nd/3rd) denote needed quantities: (1st) enough for 1 student doing all activities; (2nd) enough for 30 students working in self-paced pairs; (3rd) enough for 30 students working in pairs on the same lesson. Starred* items may be purchased below. *1/7/10: rolls cellophane tape 1/30/30: bugs in jars (students bring from home) 1/1/1: roll of string 1/10/15: pairs of scissors various: classroom animals (any subject that moves or makes noise is suitable). You can even ask the class to observe the teacher, observing them. (A nice way to enjoy 5 minutes of uninterrupted silence!) *1/1/1: box aluminum foil *1/10/15: large metal washers with 1/2 inch diameter holes 1/2/3: sets sealable jars of tempera paint in red, blue, yellow, white and black *1/1/1: box straight plastic straws 1/30/30: plastic margarine tubs, any color OK 1/30/30: plastic margarine lids or equivalent, must be white on inside 1/1/1: sink with running water, or a bucket 1/30/30: watercolor brushes 1/7/10: bottles of paste or glue 5/200/200: index cards 1/1/1: small box corn flakes 1/1/1: cassette tape recorder 1/1/1: clock that measures seconds (or substitute wrist watches) various: construction materials you ALREADY have on hand. These might include paper and pencil, scissors, construction paper, tape, glue, cardboard, clay, yarn, pipe cleaners, fabric scraps, rubber bands, clothespins, straight pins, bottle caps, buttons, or paper clips. Paper mache supplies may also be useful: flour, water, newspaper strips, molded over forms of crumpled paper and masking tape, balloons, chicken wire and the like.