60'S, and 70's. My brother and I had most of them! (I found these lists on Facebook)
I had a Chatty Cathy Doll!
And here's some toys not mentioned, but I thought were very important in my youth. Footsie Footsie . . . yea. Everybody's having fun! Footsie . . . yea. I'm gonna get me one!!!
Chinese Jump Rope
The Dreaded Red Ball. No one wanted to see this in the gym. It meant Dodge Ball. Outside . . . Kickball
When I was in elementary school, this was called soccer. Now, it's called kickball.
Hopscotch Except, I played with a 9 and 10.
Barbie The first Barbie doll was made in 1959. So, I am 1 year older than Barbie. A lady wanted a teenage looking doll for her daughter.
Etch A Sketch Turn the white knobs to make designs
Look through the little hole of the Kaleidoscope, turn the big end. You would see designs like these.
Slinky What walks downstairs, alone or in pairs, and makes a slinkety sound? A spring, a spring a marvelous thing! Everyone knows it's Slinky. It's Slinky, it's Slinky, for fun it's a wonderful toy. It's Slinky, it's Slinky, it's fun for a girl and boy.
Fun Flowers Thingmaker Pour the color mixture into the little graything that sat on top of of a device that you plugged in. It cooked it, you let it cool, and a flower popped out.
Bicycles My brother had a "Schwin" bicycle. It was exactly like the red one in the photo below. (Clothes, too!)
I got my bike for Christmas in 3rd grade. It looked like this "Banana Seat" bike. My bike was a dark purple.
This game was my friend, Renae's, favorite game!!!
Open the door to your . . .
Who knew I would teach Charles Schluz's grandson, Charles Schulz Johnson, in 5th grade?!
Proof that if you dream big enough, you can do it! President of the United States since 2017! Oh, and have your own board game, too.