Year 1

How have toys changed? (Part 2)

In this lesson, we will continue to learn about some of the ways in which toys have changed over time. We will learn how modern technology has affected the ways in which children play. We will then look at some examples of electronic and non-electronic games.

Year 1

How have toys changed? (Part 2)

In this lesson, we will continue to learn about some of the ways in which toys have changed over time. We will learn how modern technology has affected the ways in which children play. We will then look at some examples of electronic and non-electronic games.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. Sort toys into electronic and non-electronic.
  2. Compare how toys have changed over time.
  3. How has modern technology changed the ways in which children play?

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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.

3 Questions

Q1.
Lego is an example of an electronic toy. True or false?
Correct answer: False.
True.
Q2.
A video game is an example of an electronic toy. True or false?
False.
Correct answer: True.
Q3.
A teddy is an example of an non-electronic toy. True or false?
False.
Correct answer: True.