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Grandfather Clock from Capt. Kangaroo

Grandfather Clock from Captain Kangaroo. Do you remember this clock on Captain Kangaroo?

I remember this clay so well!  In 1st grade, we kept our clay in little milk cartons, with our names written on each carton.

Modeling Clay - loved it when the teacher would break out a fresh pack of this

Wham-O Super Elastic Plastic, Vintage Toys, I Remember These! -- ALifeSettlement.com

Super Elastic Bubble Plastic - I can still remember the smell of this stuff.it was a good smell.

Easy Bake Oven ( mine was pink)

mine was this color. Fantastic cakes baked by a light bulb! I would sit there and patiently watch the light bulb bake my little cakes!

Spirograph! I remember arguing with my cousins over who got to use this when visiting my grandparents.

Vintage Spirograph game 1968 No 401 Canadian by PourToujours - OMG I loved Spirograph when I was a kid - I spent hours and hours using it.

They came on the trays of the high chairs that were covered in plastic.

Mayor McCheese Plastic Hand Puppet (we didn't have Happy Meals when I was little but we did get these and they were fun) childhood-things

CHICLE SABORES

Double Bubble gum with comics - the gum was always hard as a rock. I remember one Christmas i received a small purse full of Double Bubble.

I remember having this set when I was young.  Loved the sharpener!

Crayola Crayons - remember "Prussian blue" and "spring green"?the 64 box. I remember opening it and marveling at all the colors. The wonderful sharpener. Even now, when I open a new box of crayons the happy memories just flood back and I smile.

Als je dit doosje omdraaide, hoorde je het geluid van een loeiende koe

Turn this over and it made a moo sound! I think I remember this from the church nursery when I was little.

90s kid... Loved these things! There is a huge one in The Children Discovery  Museum in downtown Las Vegas.

Lite Brite making things with light. Have a blast making things with Lite Brite. Except my brother and I would say Have a fight making things with Lite Brite!

We put this crap on our boo boos when I was a kiddo, it stained our skin a bright pink red color!!

my dad would always put this on my scrapes/cuts. The bright red color made me think my bruise was even worse than it was. And it stung like fire on a cut or scrape.

Photo cube

photo blocks - my Dad kept one on his desk at work w/ pictures of all his six kids

I used to get this magazine! I had forgotten all about it until I saw it again!

I loved Highlights magazine--the only trouble was that I only got to read it when I went to the dentist's office!

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