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Caity's Toy Display


caity photoI designed my two cases with children in mind. Personally I think people develop more open minds, if they had good imaginations as children. Toys open their minds to imaginary and fantasy lives. I think that toys have played a huge role in people lives. If you were to ask adults what they remember from their childhood they usually bring up a favorite toy. They remember it because it gave them comfort, and help develop their character. Victorians had many toys, children found objects that kept them busy and happy.


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  • In Victorian times children didn't have as many toys to play with as we do now.
  • They did have toys that developed more, that children play with today.
  • Boys had toys such as marbles, and building blocks.
  • Girls had dolls, and miniature furniture to play with.
  • Both boys and girls enjoyed reading and, playing games.
  • Girls learned to sew, and crochet.
  • Boys had little banks to store money, and toy tops to spin.