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STEM Challenge #16- Dog Toys!

Here’s the problem. Miss Kolis has two dogs, Otis and Bentley. These dogs have lots of toys but with all the time at home together, Miss Kolis notices that her dogs are getting bored. Is this problem happening at your house?

Your job today: Design and create a dog toy to keep your dog (or Miss Kolis’s dogs) entertained.

First, think about what materials are safe for dogs. Don’t use food because some people food is poison for dogs like grapes and chocolate. Consider socks, fabric, plastic bottles, strings, what else?

Consider using YouTube or other sites to see what materials you could use.

Make a plan and sketch your idea.

Next, create the toy. If you have a dog, test it out.

If you have a cat, make a cat toy instead.

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