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simon! Another fun childhood memory:)
Simon #80 's # Pin++ for Pinterest #
The only toy my grandparents had at their house growing up.
Simon, Milton Bradley's electronic game of memory skill, was launched in 1978 at Studio 54 in NYC. It was an immediate success, becoming a pop culture symbol of the 1980s.
Simon Says - I remember this, but I don't remember the game
Simon---one of my most favorite games growing up!
Simon #80's - best game for any age! My aunt still has the same one for our kids now.
Kaleidoscope. We just bought one like this at a thrift store. Brought back memories.
Viewmaster Slides- imagine the fun of having all these to add in various ways to your smash books, etc!
Jacks - my mom played "jacks" and taught me how to play... in the Fifties. That and Tiddly Winks.
Brinquei tanto com isso! Quero um pros meus filhos! // Spirograph..many rainy days filled with this..
kids of the 90's. i spent so much money on these from the machine in the hallway in middle school...... wow
When I was a kid I thought this was the coolest thing! I made labels for everything! don't make any mistakes or you have to start over :) (all of our VHS tapes, of shows and movies we recorded from tv, were labelled with these)
I was a math nerd. This was fun for me.
Still have mine from when I was a kid. Now my daughter looks through it :)
My mom was a Tupperware seller, so this is something I had. The pitcher & four mugs still exist in her kitchen. My kids use 'em!
My sister and I loved to play this under the covers b/c of how it would light up our faces.
Never understood this game but my brother and I would play it
Simon Game - I'm pretty sure I still have my pocket Simon somewhere. A perfect game for a young musician. Jessica and I were SO good at this game!!