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Fun with Dick and Jane.  This is what we used to learn to read.

Vintage First Grade Reader.Guess this means I'm "vintage" since I remember these books well!

Wonder Woman Underoos. I LOVED mine!!! Got happy seeing this reminder of my fave outfit as a kid! Lol

Wonder Woman Underoos- I had the Wonder Woman Set and my sister Becky had Bat Girl

Best seat in Grandmas house

My grandmas kitchen stool I use to sit on at the dinner table.my Aunt had one of these stools in her Kitchen! Loved it!

tattoos sets from Cracker Jacks

Cracker Jack Tattoos-----this started my life long love of tattoos. No other "prize" in the cracker jacks box ranked w/ this one.

Preconceived Stereotypes in #EdTech Training - a reflection

Eight-track tapes. We got a new car with an eight track player.

Remember SRA's?  (from Bing images)

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.

There's a Monster at the End of this Book by Jon Stone. Loved it as a child!

This is my kids favorite book of all time. They still beg me to read this in my Grover voice. Learn the Grover voice, it makes this sooo much fun for them.

One of the earlier first grade primers used from the 1930s to the 1960s to teach beginning reading. There were 3 books in the set. This was the first book and was issued in 946.   Titied: We Look and See.

1956 We Look and See - rare Dick and Jane basic reader pre-primer - The HAPPY TRIO Reading Scheme - Look! It's Baby Sally Puff! (Still have some of these readers.

Dick & Jane

Dick Jane Sally Spot Puff Tim - learned to read with them. I loved reading these books as a kid!

1960s Pik-Up Sticks #Vintage #Toys #Games....you can do this with straws, dump in a pile and try to pick them up without moving the others....for little ones...it can work on fine motor skills by eleanor

Pik-Up Sticks can do this with straws, dump in a pile and try to pick them up without moving the others.it can work on fine motor skills. I used to play this game with my Nana allll the time!

...inheriting your grandmother's dressing table..?

This looks similar to my Moms' dressing table. When I was a kid I'd spend hours on end sitting on the stool and playing with my Mom's make-up and jewelry. I can still smell her perfume when she was going to a dance with my dad.

Great for almost anything! Soc. Studies, Science, etc.

Plants Anchor Chart -- this is perfect for teaching a living things unit for first grade!