Mr. Potato Head / vintage toy. Used a real potato

Potato Head from 1972 What was your favorite toy as a child? I remember using a real potato and the pieces were spiked.

The Most Popular Toys from the 1960's....Had this until 2013 when it finally bit the dust.

Etch A Sketch The Most Popular Toys from the loved it!

Roller Skates From The 50's (...brings back memories of skinned knees, bruised elbow's, and a goose egg on the back of my head!...)

Our Favorite Toys From The I had a pair, then turn the into a skateboard, old school style lol.

I never had one of these, but many kids did, and it's really the only way we had to see pictures from other places in the US and around the world. Other than TV, of course.

So……how many of you can remember the View-Master? I can’t because it was before my time. I remember being a little girl and quite fascinated by the view-master. I could travel the world sitting on the sofa and not having.

1950s Hula Hoop fad. The hoop gained international popularity in the late 1950s when a plastic version was successfully marketed by California's Wham-O Toy Company.  jj

It's never too late to join the Hula Hoop fad. The hoop gained international popularity in the late when a plastic version was successfully marketed by California's Wham-O Toy Company.

Remember these!?  Oh yes - Pop-Beads!

Uh, all the time!~Pop-Beads to make bracelet and necklaces, loved them:)

1950's toy Xylophone....I remember having one of these. Loved the sound...mom didn't but I did...lol

I don't remember playing with one, but when my fist child was a baby, she had a Xylophone like this. I can still hear the "tinky' tone!

1957-xx-xx Simpsons - Sears Christmas Catalogue P009 | by Wishbook

1957 Sears Christmas Catalog Wishbook The dollhouse bottom right looks like the one I had as a kid.

Tinker-Toys

There's my tinker toys. This is what Tinker Toys is supposed to look like. Forget all the plastic parts. I have the set from my childhood.

A pack of brand new crayons....the most wonderful thing ever!

Old School Crayons~ 8 in a box! How we loved when the teacher said, "Children, get out your Crayola's please." and the joy of a new box each school year.

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