pour [transitive] to make a liquid or other substance flow from a container in a continuous stream, especially by holding the container at an angle
pour something + adv./prep. Pour the sauce over the pasta.
She poured boiling water down the sink.
Pour away as much fat as possible from the roasting pan.
pour something Although I poured it carefully, I still managed to spill some.
The crew mixed and poured the concrete.
It seems like you use "pour" with liquid-form substances or grainy stuff such as water or milk or salt, etc.
I am not sure if it can be used with hard objects like toys or rocks or paper-form like money.
do you say "to pour toys / rocks / dollars out of a bag"?