For centuries, children have been playing with toys. Games were often created with what ever resources were around. For example, in the Colonial Times, dolls were made from corn husks.
Although the dolls didn't compare to the Cabbage Patch Kid, most children owned one and loved them.
Below are a few Egyptians toys made out of resources that they had available.
One famous game you see below is known as Mehen. This board games is carved into a shape of a snake. There is no record of the rules of this game, but we know it was played on a one legged table. The body was divided into squares and the game pieces consisted of lions and spheres.