Sorting old and new toys, describing toys, even images and moving toy pictures. It's like Santa's workshop in here, toys from the past and present feature throughout.
A great old/new toy sort as well as worksheets for the unit. Selection of activities for use in class.
A selection of games and exhibitions of old toys. Some great games to play in class involving toys from the past.
Example of some very ancient toys. Just type "toys" into the search box.
Includes images of Victorian doll toys.
Plenty of pictures of old toys for you to view. Victorian toys, army figures and more recent toys are displayed.
A selection of toys categorised into decades from 1900-2000. Ideal for copying and pasting to a whiteboard flipchart.
Lots of moving images of toys. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "moving toys". You will then be able to choose to view a video of your selected toy. A fabulous resource which can be used to teach forces, dance, history and DandT. An all time favourite!
Divided into the decades, there are plenty of clear colour photos of toys that you could use in your own lessons, perhaps on worksheets etc. They could be easily made into a matching-pairs game on the interactive whiteboard. Part of the ictopus picture gallery.
Pictures of toys from the 20th century. Bring back all those happy memories, there are a selection of delightful pictures including doll's house furniture and radio controlled cars.
This wonderful toy room allows children to explore toys from now and then also suits the moving toys topic in DT taught much further up the school.
This may be overkill, but why not show children who are interested in this topic toys that Egyptian or Roman children played with. Just type "toys" into the search box.
Use the "themes" gallery and take a closer look at "childhood".
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