Ponytail holders.

Twin Bead Ponytail Holders - wore these in my long hair through third grade

Loved these!

Teachers Give Out Stars - Vintage Metal Bright Gummed Stars

Star stickers for school work. My piano teacher used them also. You strived for the gold star!

Monkey Bars- where you really learned to hold on. If you fell, you hit ten steel bars before you landed on the concrete below.

In the playground and school yard. monkey bars: Where you really learned to hold on. We called this the Jungle Gym.the monkey bars were the straight ones in a row where you had to traverse from one side to the other with your hands.

I'm not sure if it was the same glue but I remember the split getting all gummed up.

Vintage school glue bottle ~ the slit would open when you pressed down on the top.

things i forgot ever existed!

Pen Bracelets-- I.loved these.but if I remember, correctly the ink smelled funny

50 Signs That You Grew Up In The 90's...I used to look at this book for hours....90's were the BEST

50 Awesome Things From The 90's That We All Miss

Bath Pearls - Oh I loved watching these dissolve and the creamy perfume float out into the bath! The bad news though, it left an oily ring around your bathtub.

Do you remember bath beads? They were so pretty but they made the tub SO slippery.recently I looked everywhere for these but now they have bath bombs

Remember when computer paper looked like this?

Remember when computer paper looked like this? <--They used this kind of computer paper in the office where my grandma used to work, but I'd always take a piece of it to draw on to entertain myself!

Remember when you got these tablets when you went to the dentist or the dentist came to school?

Chewing disclosing tablets so that you could see how good a job you were doing at brushing your teeth: Elementary School Days

Snoopy thermos flask - I have a picture of a blue one too, but mine was Red.. :-)

Vintage Snoopy thermos flask - My first lunchbox was THIS - the lunchbox itself was vinyl and buttoned with a goldtone twist clasp. This is the exact thermos.

Frozen milk on the step

The days of having your milk delivered on your doorstep in winter! My wife remembers this happening

Primary School needlework. Sewing classes for girls - these pieces of material were used to teach basic and some fancy embroidery stitching. We proudly took them home and presented them to our parents and grand-parents who would display them on sideboards and dressing tables.

I❤80s on

I remember doing this in Junior school, hated it back then, now love cross stitching!

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