Year 1

How have toys changed? (Part 1)

In this lesson, we will be learning about some of the ways in which toys have changed over time. We will be learning about the differences between wooden, plastic and electronic toys and will also look at some examples of each.

Year 1

How have toys changed? (Part 1)

In this lesson, we will be learning about some of the ways in which toys have changed over time. We will be learning about the differences between wooden, plastic and electronic toys and will also look at some examples of each.

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Key learning points

  1. Look at examples of toys that your grandparents might have played with.
  2. Look at examples of toys that your parents used to play with.
  3. Look at examples of toys you like to play with.
  4. Compare how these are different and analyse these toys have changed over time.
  5. Which materials were used to make the toys my great-grandparents and grandparents might have played with? Which materials are used to make the toys that I play with now?

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3 Questions

Q1.
Which were invented first?
Correct answer: MP3 players.
Smartphones which play music.
Q2.
When were MP3 players invented?
In the late 1980s.
Correct answer: In the late 1990s.
Q3.
When were smartphones that can play music invented?
In the early 1990s.
Correct answer: In the early 2000s.

3 Questions

Q1.
Plastic toys came before wooden toys. True or false?
Correct answer: False.
True.
Q2.
Which came first?
Electronic toys.
Correct answer: Plastic toys.
Q3.
Do you think Miss Emms' grandparents were able to play video games?
Correct answer: No.
Yes.