Fuzzy Felt Farm. I had this one as well. I was lucky to have had so many, I think.

i had the fuzzy felt farm! with the orange tractor just like my daddy's.

Tape recorder - got one for Christmas one year and I recorded my favorite songs and played them over and over.

Panasonic Cassette Tape Recorder with built in mic. I got this for my birthday in grade.I thought I was so cool! I could record songs off the tv and radio.Just be quiet!

view master - loved this toy!

What Toys Did You Play With As A Kid?

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.

Vintage Brownie Guide Handbook British by LostPropertyVintage, £8.00

Vintage Brownie Guide Handbook British by LostPropertyVintage, I was a brownie, i have a twin and she didn't want to be a brownie cause she thought she would turn brown!

1970s roller skates .. we all had a pair of these in our road! I would only ever wear one.....scared of falling over!

1970's Collectable / Antique Children's Roller Skates

Partington - we played on the square at the bottom of the road all summer and when the sun shone we would roller skate to school.

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Ferguson Television Set, 1969 ~ [and look at those ugly vintage curtains.

Octons - acrylic pieces to put together - Please visit my Facebook page at:

Make your own sculptures with Galt Octons (via Potshots: playtime. Make your own sculptures with Galt Octons)

Michael Bentine's Potty Time (1973-1980)

Michael Bentine's Potty Time Found this incredibly funny as a child. Still remember the story of the ghostly nun jumping out the window.

C&A Like many others BHS and Woolworth's they went bust

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CA the only place to go for a party frock - gasp! I remember this closing down and EVERYTHING! It was huuuuge! I remember buying first dress it was with first wages it cost

Perhaps it was just because there were far fewer children’s programmes on when I was a child, and within that, fewer programmes preaching about how to keep yourself safe than there are today, but watching television in the 1970s and 80s was, to me at least, pretty terrifying.   - See more at:

Charlie Says

"Charlie Says ." public information films aimed at children, warning of the dangers of hot pots of tea and child kidnappers.

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