Topics : Primary School Toys Books

We have books about toys for the children in your primary school classroom to pore over. They look at the history of toys and how they've evolved and advanced over the years.

  • AQBKT 5 years +

    In The Past: Toys (Paperback)

    Dereen Taylor

    The 'Popcorn' series aims to develop children's knowledge and understanding of the world by covering a wide range of topics in a fun, colourful and interactive way. Each title has a lively design, engaging text and features an activity at the end of each book. The titles have been written in conjunction with a literacy consultant to ensure the text is completely appropriate for the age-range.
    • £7.99
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  • APXFA 5 years +

    Toys and Games (Paperback)

    Sally Hewitt

    Ways into History: Toys and Games looks at toys from the past and today, and explores how these have changed over time. It also studies how toys are made. In the Ways into History series, original illustrations and simple text bring the past alive, while questions and activities encourage historical research and build up confidence and enthusiasm.
    • £8.99
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  • APXCL 5 years +

    Toys and Games (Paperback)

    James Nixon

    This series of books looks at everyday life in the past and compares it to today. Each book is full of modern and historical photographs to help readers see how things have changed. This book looks at how toys and games have changed over time.
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  • APWUC 7 years +

    Toys and Games (Paperback)

    Sarah Ridley

    This series brings history alive with fascinating photographs that reveal the lives of everyday people. From marbles to computer games, Toys and Games allows readers to explore the enduring appeal of toys and games and to compare and contrast them through the ages.
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  • APWMY 5 years +

    Sport (Hardback)

    Sarah Ridley

    Many people remember sporting events - whether they were watching them or participating. This book gives young children access to people's memories alongside photographs to help them build up a picture of the past. From sport at school to big sporting events such as the 1966 Football World Cup, young children can explore what has changed and what remains the same. The book is part of the 'Tell me what you remember' series, which explores changes in living memory through photographs and memories.
    • £12.99
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