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Cracker Jack

Tiny joke book, it was a Cracker Jacks prize. the only reason I ever even opened a Cracker Jacks box. hoping to get this little book of jokes.

I remember rolling around on it, my kids did too. Who didn't roll on them?!!!

Vintage foot stool hassock~Ours was this color. I used to turn it on its side and roll on it

The most addicting smell there was....the mimiagraph machine to make fresh indigo blue ink copies that were damp and warm...an expierence not to forget from early childhood! Lol!!!! .....it was soothing that smell.....b♡

mimeograph machine This was how the teacher made copies. In school, everyone called it the ditto machine. If the paper was still a bit wet when you got it, the ink would rub off on your fingers. I can still smell the ink :)

Barbie Paint w/ Water - Loved these cause I wasn't allowed to use the water color books so this was the safer method in my parents' eyes.

Throwback - Paint with water books - totally remember having this exact book as a kid!

SRA kits! I only remember this reading program being used when I was in 3rd grade, but I remember it well! Moving at your own pace, and the thrill of being able to move up to the "next color" --- for me, at least, it was very motivating!

SRA reading Mastery was a reading program developed in stands for Science Research Associates. A type of coding was used to help kids understand the rules of reading. We worked independently and by our own reading levels. I loved it.

Brand new Big Chief Tablet to start the first day of school.

I loved getting new Big Chief Tablets for school. Anyone else remember these? It is almost "Back to School Time." Remember trying to erase on the paper?

The New Fun with Dick and Jane, 1956, Scott Foresman and Co....first primer in the New Basic Readers series....several illustrators are listed including Sarah Florence Winship

Fun with Dick and Jane Basic reader book 1951 by ViseralEphemera. I learned to read from Dick and Jane readers.

Products of the 1960's

Do you remember these bathroom products from the know about the but we had probably about of these things in our bathroom/medicine cabinet growing up in the

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