Monopoly pieces

remember when the Monopoly pieces looked like this? - I loved Monopoly when I was a kid :) My brother would ALWAYS win.

Fisher Price record player - one of my boys' favourites and it never broke !!

Fisher Price Record Player- I loved this thing growing up! I was so curious as to how the bumps made the machine play music.

Montgomery Ward-Christmas 1976 | por File Photo Digital Archive

Montgomery Ward-Christmas 1976 | por File Photo Digital Archive

RUPERT BEAR AND BILL THE BADGER ... MEMORIES AS A BRITISH CHILD.. I used to get a Rupert Bear book each year for Christmas!!

Rupert Bear and Bill the Badger. I was fortunate enough to have family in England send me the Rupert Bear Annuals.

Elastics... Mainstay of recess and lunchtime in the late 60s.

Chinese Jump Rope - Must accomplish specific series of moves without making an error. It has been popular for many years, certainly since the in the United States. In New Zealand, Australia and Great Britain children refer to the game as "Elastics".

"Elastics". Yes, this was a thing. God bless the '70's.

Chinese Jump Rope - Must accomplish specific series of moves without making an error. It has been popular for many years, certainly since the in the United States. In New Zealand, Australia and Great Britain children refer to the game as "Elastics".

Bagpuss. Loved him, loved the mice but I hated Madaline, what a bloody know-all she was.

The children's television show 'Bagpuss' created by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin

Loved this!

Fisher Price Record Player- I loved this thing growing up! I was so curious as to how the bumps made the machine play music.

Home made French knitting! I had a couple of these. Tap in some tiny nails into wooden cotton spools and off you go! Can't do this now. Spools are plastic.

Cotton reel (tolletjie brei) or 'French' knitting I loved doing this

Early 80's purse-round-the-neck trend!!

Boho Purse Necklace Leathre pouch Vintage Miniature by MeshuMaSH,

Classic Kids TV Shown in the UK in the 70s'/80's - How many classic kids TV shows that were aired in the UK during the 70's/80's have you seen?

TV - Playschool - Little Ted, Jemima, Humpty, Big Ted and Hamble.

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