This collection of 100+ tiny toys is perfect for English vocabulary development, and the teaching/learning of descriptive language in primary and junior grades. Use them as prompts for writing explanatory paragraphs, or inquiry launching pads to begin student research.
These tiny toys were not included in early learning activity sets as they represent a higher level of English vocabulary learning. They will stimulate your ESL program, your oral language teaching, your paragraph writing prompts, your adjective lessons, and more!
Examples: artichoke, skidoo, pallet, slotted spoon, oil drum, dreidel, media stand, vegetable peeler, bonnet, meerkat, whisk, duck bill, sardines, and more!
- 100+ tiny language toys representing lesser-known objects
- 10 Activity Cards full of lesson ideas for learning with loose parts!
- NEW organic cotton storage bag