Abstract: Physics can be fun when ordinary children's toys are
used to demonstrate fundamental principles. Weebles that wobble, balls
that bounce (or don't bounce), and periscopes that invert images can be
used to qualitatively illustrate basic ideas of physics. In addition, quantitative
measurements can be performed with a circus balancing man, an infrared
blaster, or a bungee
jumper (with the help of killer tomatoes). These and other toys will
be used to demonstrate that Physics can be Fun!