As your kids are getting ready to go back to school or maybe go to school for the first time, they're sure to be prepared for learning with many hours with an educational toy like LeapFrog. But toys and games that help kids learn while they play are nothing new...
Even though Stretch Armstrong came out in 1976, it was a really popular toy in the 1980’s. Do you remember him? It was what every kid needed, a large gel-filled action figure who had great muscles.
When’s the last time a kid has asked you to play a board game? Is that now a thing of the past? Well if so, that’s where they live with our Vintage Toys. Let’s take you back to your childhood and relive the dangerous and scary moments of construction on ice with Don’t Break The Ice.
For any future rock star or radio DJ of the 1980's this was a must have toy. Who wouldn't love talking into a microphone and recording it on a cassette? Today's Vintage Toy spotlight is on the classic My First Sony.
In 1986 while your Mom was enjoying The Oprah Winfrey Show hitting national television, you were just a kid. You were sitting around with friends trying to find something fun to do. All of a sudden, someone pulled out a Koosh Ball. You had fun for a total of 15 minutes with it. Today's Vintage Toy is the Koosh Ball.
For some crazy reason every kid wanted a Furby in 1998. To this day I still don't understand why. But for some reason it's always the crazy ones that gets people talking and buying. Lets head back to the year where Jack Dawson won a ticket on-board the Titanic, let's talk about Furby.
Remember when President Bill Clinton beat Bob Dole? Or, do you remember when the Spice Girls had their first number 1hit with "Wannabe"? Of course we are talking about the year 1996, and the hottest selling toy of the year was the Bop It. It's our Spotlight with today's Vintage Toys.