There's my tinker toys. This is what Tinker Toys is supposed to look like. Forget all the plastic parts. I have the set from my childhood.

The original was so much better than the cheap-o ones they make today.

I loved the Cootie game, even taught my grandsons how to play this

I never had one of these, but many kids did, and it's really the only way we had to see pictures from other places in the US and around the world. Other than TV, of course.

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.

One of the most fun, most dangerous toy of the '70's.  Love it!!

Ker-knockers loved playing with these when I was a kid.didn't love when they cracked against your wrist bone, ouch :)

60S And 70S Toys | Classic Toys of the '60s and '70s-Kiplinger

Twister Game Check out this new board game for kids I found a couple days ago. If you've played it, let me know what you think.

toys from the 60's and 70's - I would play with these for hours at my grandmothers house.

Best Toys of the 60's - 70's - 80's

operation-There is a pretty meaningful story behind this game. The last time I saw my Aunt before she died, she asked me what I wanted for Christmas. I told her Operation. The next Christmas, she was gone but I still got that operation game from her for Christmas. I will never forget her.. or the game

Old school "Operation" game. My grandson got the updated version at Christmas, he didn't know any different but I thought it was pretty lame!

1960 toys pictures - Google Search

I loved trolls. I had one with green hair. I nearly brushed all of its hair out.

Gumby & Pokey Bendable Figures - Catalog Products - The Official Gumby Store by the Creators of Gumby

NJ Croce Gumby & Pokey Bendable Figure Pair The original Gumby and pokey bendables Bendable, posable, fun! Ages 3 and up

"One of the coolest toys from the 60s!!!....Creepy Crawlers!.....b♡"...and still real cool for years after...

19 Insane Things That Were Actually Acceptable In The '60s

Creepy Crawlers Thing maker - I can still remember the smell of the heated goop.

Inchworm riding toy 70s. I was always too big for this. Looked like fun when my little sister rode it.

Fourth Grade Nothing: Inchworm Riding Toy Then from Romper Room toys. My oldest daughter's favorite riding toy

The most fun 50 cents could buy. Years later my parents had the roof redone, and the contractor fished like 60 of these out of the gutters.

the original Super Ball. This ball bounced all the way up to main street. I remember being so amazed.

Fuzzy Wuzzy soap---due to this being advertised so much on TV when I was a kid, I wanted this soap in the worst way!

Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair, Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't Fuzzy, was he? Now we toss the soap if it gets fuzzy.