Herbert Learning Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1

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Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Contents. 01 Outreach Learning Session Victorian Outdoor Toy and Games. 02 Curriculum connections and Learning Outcomes,03 Resources. Teachers Notes,Image Bank,Supporting Documents,Rich and Poor Victorian Children. Girls and Boys,Materials Matter,Outdoor Games,Make your own Peg Doll. Make your own Paper Windmill,04 Glossary,05 Useful links.
Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry,www theherbert org learning. Herbert Learning, Outreach Learning Session Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games. introduction,Learning Outcomes,Session length 1 hour and 15 minutes. Suitable for KS1 Toys from the Past and KS2 Through attending this session your children will. Victorians build on the following skills,This session is adaptable to suit your age group. and classroom topic An increase in learning about children s lives. Cost See website for details and lifestyles from the past. An improved understanding of how the past is, Learn all about Victorian outdoor toys and games different from the present.
and what life was like for a Victorian child in this Improved enquiry when asking and answering. highly active learning session questions about the past. Higher ability to identify different ways of life in. Your class will be given an introduction to the the past. subject of Victorian outdoor toys and games Raised awareness of materials used in the past. where they will learn about Victorian childhood,the difference between rich and poor families. handle real Victorian objects from the Herbert s,collections and discover what the different toys. and games are that they will be playing with,during the activities. Your class will then be split into 6 groups with, each group taking it in turn to play with different. Victorian replica toys including quoits skittles,hoop and stick and more to experience first hand.
what life was like for a Victorian child, At the end of the group activities the whole class. will come together to play the Victorian group,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry. www theherbert org learning,Herbert Learning,Curriculum Connections and Learning Outcomes 02. A better understanding of chronology,knowledge and understanding. An increased understanding of historical enquiry and organisation and. number communication,Discuss the toys in this pack and.
shape space and measures their modern equivalents Visit. Discuss why some families had An increased, Look at and describe the the Herbert to handle and explore ability to group. more money than others in the, shapes of toys more toys from the past and classify. Victorian times How do you,think this affected the children materials. and a better,understanding,Pupils could solve problems of forces and. such as How many toys are History Sort toys into groups on the motion. made from wood clay metal or basis of their simple material. plastic properties,Mathematics,Share and display what toys our.
parents and grandparents played Toy Time Science,Discuss how the toys work Do. with and record interviews with,Literacy they move If so how. relatives about toys and games,they enjoyed when they were. Design Art,Discuss and create own stories Technology. involving toys,Book an outreach toy session to, Active participation explore the sensory qualities of Are any of the toys in this pack.
in speaking listening materials the toys are made from decorated Design your own. group discussion and through object handling,interaction. Increased ability in,developing ideas for An increased. composition knowledge and,understanding of,colours and textures. An increased knowledge and understanding Active participation in exploring. through working with materials and developing ideas. Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry,www theherbert org learning. Herbert Learning, Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Teacher s Notes 03.
Why was it called the Victorian times Playing Outdoors. The Victorian times are named after Queen,Playing outside has always been popular with. Victoria she was queen from 1837 until 1901,Britain changed a lot during the Victorian times. In the Victorian times it was safer to play outside. because cars had not been invented so the roads,The railway was invented and the population. were much quieter,doubled in size,Toys cost a lot of money so children would make. Some people got very rich because of factories,up games to play outside such as Hide and Seek.
coal mining and transport but a lot of people,stayed very poor and lived in horrible conditions. Children in Victorian Times Poor children had to play outside because their. homes were so small,Children had to be well behaved respectful and. quiet especially when they were with adults,What children s lives were like depended on how. much money their parents had,Poor families could not afford to send their. children to school so they sent them to work,instead to earn extra money for the family.
Rich families treated their children like royalty,giving them with expensive toys gifts and nice. Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry,www theherbert org learning. Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. Girls from middle and upper class,families could afford expensive toys. like this tea set made out of china a,type of porcelain.
These tea sets often looked a lot like,tea sets used by adults. Little girls would have tea parties,with their friends and their other toys. where they could use their tea sets,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry. www theherbert org learning,Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. Victorian Doll,Dolls were very expensive in the,Victorian times but they were.
popular because Queen Victoria had,a huge collection of dolls that she. had been collecting since she was a,little girl,Dolls were expensive because. Their face hands and sometimes,feet were made from china. They had real human hair that had,to be carefully sewn onto the head. Their clothes were made from nice,They had been hand painted by a.
skilled toy maker,Today dolls are cheaper to make in. factories using plastic,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry. www theherbert org learning,Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. Leather Football,The Victorians played team sports to. build confidence and working,together with your friends.
Footballs were originally made from,pig s bladders that had been blown. up by the mouth with air but in 1851,a man called Richard Lincoln created. a round ball made from leather like,the one you can see in this picture. These were very expensive to make,so poor children still had to use a. pig s bladder if they wanted a game,of football which they could get.
from the local butcher s shop,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry. www theherbert org learning,Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. Marbles were a popular toy during the,Victorian times and were enjoyed by. both rich and poor girls and boys,There are lots of games that can be. played with marbles One includes,drawing a circle on the ground and.
the players have to try and knock,each others marbles out of the circle. by flicking their own marbles at them,This game is called Ringer. Codd Bottle, Codd style bottles have a glass marble trapped inside The marble helped. to keep drinks like cola and lemonade fizzy, Poor children in the Victorian times would collect the codd bottles and. smash them so they could get the marble from inside. Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry,www theherbert org learning.
Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. The earliest known yo yo dates back,to 500BC and is made up of a piece. of string attached to a round spool,usually made from wood. This was a toy played with by boys in,the Victorian times. With a lot of practice different tricks,and moves can be done.
Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry,www theherbert org learning. Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. The diabolo is a toy that uses two,sticks attached to a long piece. of string to throw and move the,wooden spool around. The aim of the game is to throw the,spool up in the air and then try to.
catch it again in the middle of the,It became popular in Britain just. before the Victorian times started,It would mostly have been played. with by boys,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry,www theherbert org learning. Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. Whip and Top,The whip and top is a wooden cone,shaped object and a stick with a.
piece of string or leather attached to,The aim of the game is to wrap the. string known as the whip around,the wooden top and then pull it. away quickly to make it spin around,You can use the whip to keep the top. spinning for longer by whipping it,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry. www theherbert org learning,Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03.
Skipping Rope,Like today the skipping rope was a,popular toy played with by young. In the Victorian times girls from rich,families had fancy skipping ropes. with carved handles made from,expensive wood,Poorer children would make do with. an old washing line or piece of rope,without the handles. Sometimes they had handles made,from old bobbins from the textile.
factories like the one you can see in,this picture. Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry,www theherbert org learning. Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. The Victorians enjoyed playing,games that were challenging like. Skittles were popular because,they helped to develop hand eye.
coordination,Children would play against each,other to try and knock down the. skittles The person who knocks,down the most wins,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry. www theherbert org learning,Herbert Learning,Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Imagebank 03. This is a game that involves,throwing rings over wooden poles. Each pole is worth a certain amount,The winner of the game is the person.
who scores the most points,Herbert Art Gallery Museum Coventry. Victorian Outdoor Toys and Games KS1 Contents 01 Outreach Learning Session Victorian Outdoor Toy and Games 02 Curriculum connections and Learning Outcomes

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