Children in Ancient Greece did have toys and the wealth of the family would depend on the toys they had.
These were a popular toy and made from the anklebones of sheep and goats. As this made them a cheap toy, they were available to all children. They would be thrown like dice as the picture above shows and children would carry them in a pouch.
These were made from many things including rags, clay, wax and terracotta. Some even had moveable arms and legs.
These were made from rags, or blown up pigs bladder.
These were made from acorns, chestnuts and stones.
Other toys available in Ancient Greece included: