Unit 1: How are our toys unique in relation to those before .


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Unit 1: How are our toys different from those in the past?. Describe a modern toy. What is it made from? What colour is it? How does it work? Does it move? Does it need batteries? What is your favourite feature?. By inviting visitors into the class to talk about toys from the past.
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Unit 1: How are our toys not the same as those before?

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Describe a present day toy. What is it produced using? What shading is it? How can it function? Does it move? Does it require batteries? What is your most loved element? Unit 1: How are our toys not the same as those previously?

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By welcoming guests into the class to discuss toys from the past By addressing guardians, grandparents or other more seasoned individuals ? By perusing books which were composed amid the period we need to find out about By going to exhibition halls How would we be able to get some answers concerning toys before? Unit 1: How are our toys not the same as those before?

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What were toys like previously? Are any of these toys still mainstream these days? Unit 1: How are our toys not the same as those previously?

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What are the contrasts amongst old and new toys? Plastic, froth, elastic, nylon Wood, tin, lead, china Electric engines, speakers, screens Clockwork Produced in plants Mostly high quality Some sharp edges, risky materials Strict guidelines on toy wellbeing Unit 1: How are our toys unique in relation to those previously?

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Which of these toys are present day, and which are old? present day advanced old cutting edge Unit 1: How are our toys not quite the same as those before?

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What words and expressions would we be able to use to depict toys? toys with remote control toys we push new corroded clean old broken gleaming little toys we roll toys with batteries Unit 1: How are our toys not quite the same as those previously?

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1902 Teddy Bear 1929 Yo-yo 1936 Monopoly 1949 Lego 1993 Beanie Babies 1983 Nintendo 1966 Hot Wheels 1959 Barbie 1956 Play-doh Here is a timetable of when some prevalent toys were developed. 1901 Electric prepare set Unit 1: How are our toys not quite the same as those before?

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Let\'s analyze an old and another toy auto. Made of tin Runs on accuracy Goes in straight lines just Made of plastic Runs on batteries Can be controlled by remote control Which one do you lean toward? Unit 1: How are our toys unique in relation to those before?

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