Step 1- Have kids make 1 square out of each of the 4 different lengths of Think-EEZ (so you will have a large green, small green, large cream, small cream square) Step 2- Put your cloth materials down on the ground and place the squares on it from largest to smallest square (smallest being farther away) […]
Build this to learn how TOOBEEZ and Think-EEZ work as building systems. What are Toobeez? TUBES that connect EASILY with each other! The same way you and your group will connect easily and productively. A fun and innovative way to connect with your group. You’ve come to the right place! It’s the ultimate giant construction […]
Ramp it Up help students understand the importance of math and measurements in scientific experiments.
Encourage co-operation and teamwork in participants with Isosceles Introduction - a Toobeez team building activity.
Through systematic observation and deductive reasoning, the group should be able to define an equation that is valid for any convex polyhedron (Euler’s formula).
Students should be able to identify and name various polygons and polyhedra.
The class should be able to build a three-story house model according to specified requirements and calculate the money required to wallpaper and carpet all the rooms
The student groups should attempt to answer all the sample problems in a timely manner. Likewise, they should seek to learn from other groups by challenging them to answer problems their group finds too challenging.
Each group must prove the validity of probability using the ball bucket experiment.
Each group will construct right triangles using Toobeez and learn to predict side lengths of triangles using the Pythagorean theorem.
The group should be able to use a protractor to identify qualities of angles.
Each group must try to “sink” the opposing team’s Toobeez battleshapes using knowledge of the Cartesian plane system.
Balancing & Flexibility Techniques For Children: Students will use various balancing and flexibility techniques with their wands.
Bodacious pool is a fun activity for children that helps improve co-ordination and problem-solving skills.
Improve balance and flexibility in children with Obstacle Organism - a fun activity for children that fosters teamwork in them.
Stretching Exercises For Children: Students will use agility and plyometric exercises to jump over the Toobeez “river.”
Stretching Exercises For Children: Have students weave in and out of the tubes in a “figure eight” pattern.
Cooperation Building Activities: Continue with this activity until all pairs of students have participated.
Stretching Exercises for School Children: Students will Limbo beneath the Toobeez tube as low as possible.
Stretching Exercises For Children: Like a mouse, move from one end to the other of the Laser Maze without touching the shapes and/or tubes.
Stretching Exercises For Children: This activity will help students to increase their flexibility over the course of the school year.
Engaging Activities For Students: Students will be able to demonstrate horizontal wand twirling.
Engaging Activities For Students: Teams of students will practice spelling words to move members through the obstacle course to score points.
Motivating School Children: Using the Toobeez, students can construct their own Toobeez house & label the house using sentences from their sample paragraph.
Group Activities For Children: With a partner, have students select a unique quotation line from a classroom novel and record it on a piece of paper.
Group Activities For Children: Students will write a short story from creative ideas they imagine and develop from a prompt built from Toobeez.
Motivating School Children: Discuss if and why students like rhyme in poems. Ask students, “What role does rhyme play in a poem?”
Fun Activities For Students: Analyze two stories to determine both similar and differing elements between the stories.
Student Participation Activities: Using the Toobeez, students are going to construct a mountain plot line to represent the story events in The Wizard of Oz.
Teamwork Students Activities: Groups will identify complete subjects, complete predicates, simple subjects and simple predicates.
Engaging Activities For Students: Allow students to revise the poorly-written directions to improve the instructions for building the structure.
Fun Activities For Students: Without revealing the answers, guide students through deciding between details and main events.
What started out as a specialty toy has quickly grown into a favorite tool with trainers and facilitators. When you combine the toy with the specially designed activities, it helps to break down intradepartmental barriers, and create a more cohesive group culture. You can use them as an ice breaker or design an entire event around them. All Activities […]