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  1. Toys and Games in Victorian Times By: Matteo He

  2. "Rich Toys" • The Rich children could have chose sooo many toys, they should have were really happy! (Because they didn't about electronic games !) • Here are some rich Victorians toys...

  3. Train Sets

  4. Toy soldiers,

  5. Rocking horses,

  6. Dolls, dolls 'houses,

  7. Tea sets,

  8. Toy shops with toy fruit, vegetables, meat, hats, and medicines.

  9. Other…………………. • Alphabet bricks,

  10. Sailing boats,

  11. Jigsaw puzzles,

  12. Noah's Ark,

  13. Spinning Tops,

  14. Yo-yo,

  15. Card games.

  16. "Poor Toys" • Most poor Victorians couldn't afford for the market toys. They could only have home-made toys. • They used something to turn it in a toy, such as...

  17. A clothes peg might be turned into a doll,

  18. A lump of wood become a toy boat,

  19. A piece of rope could be used for skipping,

  20. Rags stuffed with sawdust might become a ball or an animal to cuddle.

  21. Fun Facts All Victorian rocking horses were grey with dappled markings. The horse's mane and tail were made from real horsehair.

  22. Victorian children did not have teddy bears. The first teddy bear was made in 1903. 1903

  23. A popular Victorian toy was the diabolo - you tossed it in the air, using a string, and tried to catch it again.

  24. Battledore and shuttlecock was a game played by families - today we call it badminton.

  25. Well-off boys had toy soldiers, made from tin or lead, and painted in the uniforms of the British Army. Poor boys had home-made ones, made from wood or card.

  26. Lucky rich boys played with toy trains pulled by miniature steam engines burning methylated spirit as fuel, and puffing out real steam.

  27. Most mechanical toys had clockwork wind-up motors.

  28. The animals in children's Noah's Arks were usually made from wood. There were always two of each animal.