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Pick a number, pick a color, tell your fortune...cootie catchers were fun. Folding them up and writing the numbers and fortunes were the best parts!

Pick a Color - Any Color . Pick a color, pick a number, read your fortune . cootie catchers were fun. Folding them up and writing the numbers and fortunes were the best parts!

I never knew how to fold this one...thanks Pinterest!!

old school style note folding. Yep, this is how we texted our friends.we called it passing notes. I have boxes of these stored from middle school.

Would kids today even know how to work this?

Once upon a time, everyone had one of these. In basic black. It was a big deal when color was introduced. BTW, our phone company charges us a couple of dollars a month for "touch tone service" - c'mon - when WAS the last time anyone used a rotary dial?

I just told my kids the exact same thing when I showed them how to fold an envelope! Too funny.

passing notes in class.way before texting. lol this brings back so many fun memories trying not to be caught passing notes and finding new ways to fold them up ;

Homemade silly putty from starch and glue. Do you remember making print of the comics? I used to love doing that!

Homemade silly putty from starch and glue. ( Elmer's Glue-All multi-purpose glue (Not Elmer's school glue) and a concentrated liquid starch called Sta-Flo)

Sauvés par le gong

Saved by the bell. My favorite Saturday morning show. I even watch reruns when they come on.

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.

Immediately thought of you! @Stephanie Moslander

Member this? Ha, so true.Funny thing is, Now my daughter has this drawn every where and she thinks its so cool. Funny how things still happen even with your kiddos!

Lite-Brite...can't wait til Natalie's old enough to have some fun with one of these!

Lite Brite making things with light. Have a blast making things with Lite Brite. Except my brother and I would say Have a fight making things with Lite Brite!

Fortune Teller Fire

Cootie Catcher Fortune Teller - origami at its finest. I already made this for my granddaughter but I forgot how to make the "Fortune Teller" one. Looks like I'll be making another one!

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