Toys

60 mins, Key Stage 1

Come and see all sorts of toys, old and new, from Victorian china dolls and old teddy bears to toys that children would have made and played with in the street. Make your own cup and ball to take home with you.

Doll's House
Doll’s House

Learning Objectives (Sequence, Sorting, Comparing, Give Reasons)

  1. Have fun!
  2. I can find clues from the past, using objects, stories, and role play, to help me understand what it was like to be a child at this time.
  3. I can compare objects from the past and talk about who might have owned them and what they are made from.
  4. I can imagine what it would be like to be a poor child and make my own toy.
  5. I can explain some of the things I have learnt today.

Curriculum Links

History

KS1: a study overtime tracing how several aspects of national history are reflected in the locality