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 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!

High Beam floor switch you pushed with your foot to switch from low to high beam lights while driving. Those were the days! Or should I say "nights"

High Beam floor switch you pushed with your foot to switch from low to high beam lights while driving. Those were the days! Or should I say "nights"

Remember Retro: Instamatic Cube Flash Camera!        MGFL!  www.facebook.com/thegirlfriendbook.com  www.thegirlfriendlife.com  www.thegirlfriendbook.com

Remember Retro: Instamatic Cube Flash Camera! MGFL! www.facebook.com/thegirlfriendbook.com www.thegirlfriendlife.com www.thegirlfriendbook.com

Too bad they don't teach handwriting anymmore. It's becoming a lost art :(

Too bad they don't teach handwriting anymmore. It's becoming a lost art :(

Retro Film Projecter...as a member of Projection Club spent study hall going to other classes and operating projectors and fixing broken films.

Retro Film Projecter...as a member of Projection Club spent study hall going to other classes and operating projectors and fixing broken films.

Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi participating in a dance marathon, Wellington, 7 June 1976 Reference Number: EP/1976/2054/8 Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi, two of the remaining contestants in New Zealand’s first Bump Marathon, dancing the disco dance the Bump, Wellington. The pair have been dancing for over 20 hours and stand to win a trip to Fiji. Photographed 7 June 1976 by an unidentified Evening Post staff photographer.

Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi participating in a dance marathon, Wellington, 7 June 1976 Reference Number: EP/1976/2054/8 Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi, two of the remaining contestants in New Zealand’s first Bump Marathon, dancing the disco dance the Bump, Wellington. The pair have been dancing for over 20 hours and stand to win a trip to Fiji. Photographed 7 June 1976 by an unidentified Evening Post staff photographer.

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