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old-fashioned tether ball game | Tether ball is just one of the games at Woody's in Chincoteague

old-fashioned tether ball game

Parco giochi

Playing on the Monkey Bars By Wayne Miller.I loved to play on the Monkey Bars at Buckman Grade School in Portland Oregon. The Monkey Bars didn't have any padding under them and were removed and replaced with a safe jungle gym system in the

oldie, but goodie--pencil case complete with pencil sharpener and multiplication slider (*a MUST for those of us who couldn't do math without tapping our fingers on the desk!)

plastic pencil box with sharpener and sliding multiplier/divider -- I remember these well. Loved them -- and had a poodle pencil case

#KatieSheaDesign ♡❤ #throwbackthursday  .I'd play with this for hours  I reckon..

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.

Whistling lollipop.

The 50 Greatest Discontinued Foods and Beverages. Mg Spice Girl Lollipops! I had my backpack covered in the stickers from them :) OH MY GOSH MELODY POPS xD I used to eat those most of the time .

Had one hanging on the wall right next to our kitchen phone

Pop Open Address/Phone Number Book-remember parents and grandparents having this

'80s stereo system that was so awesome to make mixed tapes on, and record songs from the radio. Taped the cassette tops if I wanted to record over something.

Old school stereo system.my Dad had one.remember when all this was necessary?

I totally remember the metal skates with the keys that attached to your shoes.

Just like my old adjustable Metal Roller Skates. Remember the song, "I've got a brand new pair of roller skates, you got a brand new key"? My kids asked what the heck keys had to do with skates.

Yahtzee – A wealthy Canadian couple approached Edwin Lowe, a toymaker, to make copies of a game they created. He loved it and bought the rights. It was originally called The Yacht Game created for people to enjoy the game while cruising on the ocean.

Original Yahtzee: This was the first real grown-up game we learned how to play, and it sure was fun. We LOVED yelling out yahtzee when we got it.

1972 - "Little Mikey" - Life Cereal Commercial

Life cereal commercial starring Mikey - "Let Mikey try it. Hey, look, he likes it! Mikey likes it!

Finger Frights

Remember these rubber finger puppets from the You'd usually have an assortment of all different kinds of monsters etc.