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This use to be my fave!

Rainbow Heart Plastic Stretch Bracelet Everything was rainbows and hearts…

If you grew up in the 80s, you've probably owned many of these classic toys. Lite Brite, Micro Machines, Simon Says, Mr. Potato Head

Remember when the kid with the most unique, hard to find Madball was the stud (at least for a day)

Captive Creativity: Vintage toys, because I'm really still just a kid

Fisher Price clock My grandmother taught me the words to the music it played. years without slumbering tick tock, tick tock. It's life seconds numbering tick tock, tick tock. Stopped short never to go again when the old man died. Kind of sad for a

.Girls had this in the crib. Remember waking to the sounds of Ally playing with this. Kept her busy for a long time.

Vintage - Fisher Price Activity center This little device allowed me to get extra "winks" when my son was small and still in his crib. Nothing beats a "busy box"!

Fisher Price Farm Animals  I just found my 31 year old son's barn and all the animals, fences and tractor w/ people are all there.  I am sending it to him because his 3 year old daughter will love it!

Fisher Price Farm Animals - Cow Chicken Dog Sheep When toys enhanced imagination

This does ring a bell. Though oddly enough I don't remember it coming with cards.

1972 Vintage Fisher Price Play Desk Toy Advertisement My grandmother rocks because she saved all of my dad's toys from when he was a kid, so I got to play with one of these. So Toys

Fisher-Price School Desk - I used to play with this for hours. My favorite toy of all!!

Fisher-Price School Desk This thing was awesome! Loved playing school when *I* was a preschooler!

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Koosh balls, which were always thrown by selecting one string as using it to launch the whole thing across the room. I loved this toy!

I wonder if this book exists in every elementary school library

Better Book Titles - Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell: Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark - Holy Crap, I remember reading this in elementary school!