The Toys

We have a range of toys that your school children can choose to build, ensuring there's a design for everyone!

Take a look below at some of the designs.

Bird Scarer Educational Toy

The bird scarer was used in the fields by children and adults right up until the Victorian period.

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Acrobat Educational Toy

The acrobat has remained popular in Europe since the early nineteenth century. Its simple mechanism is thought to have originated in China many centuries ago.

The toys can be a wide range of human or animal figures and its mechanism helps to demonstrate a wide range of forces.

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Balancing Falooda Educational Toy

The exact country of origin of balancing toys is not recorded but Persia is named in some sources.

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Balancing Parrot Educational Toy

The exact country of origin of balancing toys is not recorded but Persia is named in some sources.

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Egyptian Grinder Educational Toy

The toy is meant to be a slave. Hard at work grinding grain to make flour.

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Dog and Donkey Educational Toy

Toy animals have always been important playthings in children’s lives, often being the first pet.

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Soldier Stick Educational Toy

A variety of human figures and animals on two sticks were made by the professional toy makers across Europe, particularly in Germany from the 18th century.

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Victorian Horse Educational Toy

The Sumerians about 3,000-2,750BC were making little model wheeled carts and in India circa 2,500BC they had a large range of clay animals on wheels. They mainly had solid wheels but around 1,600BC spoked wheels were starting to appear.

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