Students will learn how toys and games have changed and remained the same over time by thinking about their favorite toys and games, looking at toys and games from the Autry Museum's collection, and creating their own toys and games.
Lesson and Resources
Fillable Student Response Sheet: A Playful Past Present and Future Student Response Sheet; Spanish
Associated Education Resources
- Fun Activity: Ready, Set, Play!
Teaching Tips for Different Learning Environments
Whole Class In-Person Learning: Students complete Part 1 and bring in toy/game for show and tell. Cut out pictures and hand out to students. Read descriptions of toy/game and have students stand up and show the toy/game picture.
Whole Class Distance Learning: Students show picture of their toy/game on distance learning platform. Teacher projects pictures of the toys/games in Part 2, reads descriptions and has students say which toy/game is being described.
Educational Programs at the Autry are sponsored by:
PHYLLIS H. BARBATO • MOLLY AND NEAL H. BROCKMEYER • FRANK H. COUNTNER AND SUSAN L. COUNTNER • DWIGHT STUART YOUTH FUND • EDISON INTERNATIONAL • DAVID F. EISENBERG • GEORGINA-FREDRICK CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION•THE KENNETH T. AND EILEEN L. NORRIS FOUNDATION • MAX H. GLUCK FOUNDATION • CHRISTY AND STEVE MCAVOY • ANN C. RONUS AND ROBERT E. RONUS • THE STEINMETZ FOUNDATION • VIRGINIA F. STEVENSON • UNION BANK • U.S. BANK