Wednesday, 18 May 2016

34 Toys We All Had As Kids

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I wish I could be a kid again. No worries, no deadlines, no cares in the world. You come home from school, have no commitments, so what do you do? Play with your toys of course! I had a lot of toys as a kid, most of which have been thrown out now, but the memories I still hold close to my heart. As a kid who grew up in the early 2000s, I didn't have the internet like it is today. I wasn't given a phone and told to entertain myself for hours on end. I was given toys that made me use my own imagination.

When I was contacted by Invaluable.com, an online marketplace that helps to connect people around the world with the items they love, got in touch he suggested that I should share with you some of my favourite, nostalgic items from my childhood. You guys know that I did a post a couple of months back, sharing 18 Things Kids From The Noughties Will Remember , However, I appreciate that not everyone who reads my blog grew up during that time. So I thought today, I would share will you 34 toys that we all probably had growing up as kids, no matter what decade we grew up in! I hope it makes you feel very nostalgic.  




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1. Fussy felt 
2. Lego
3. 101 things to spot books
4. Guinness world records
5. Barbies
6. Annuals
7. Dance mat
8. Rubik's cube
9. Pretend doctors kit
10. Puppet theatre
11. Dolls house
12. Pretend cash register
13. Harma beads- and I bet you are still finding them today
14. Jewellery making kits 

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15. Crap craft kits- which were probably from Woolworth's and never worked
16. Mad science sets
17. Dolls world/ creepy dolls head
18. Cars mats- which was never used for its purpose
19. Secret diary device
20. Mod rock
21. Paint by numbers
22. Scratchy paint things- I didn't even realise they were still a thing
23. Hula hoops
24. Swingball
25. A scooter
26. A marble machine- which never got boring
27. Roller skates
28. Kerplunk
29. Cool cardz maker
30. Stickle bricks
31. Bop it
32. Duplo
33. A bike
34. Fishing game with magnets ( Where the fishing rods doubled up as swords) 

Did you have any of these toys? What did you enjoy playing with when you were a child? Did I miss something of my list? Let me know in the comments below!

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Thank you for reading, as always x

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25 comments

  1. What a trip down memory lane!

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  2. Bop It was the source of my childhood frustration and my parents annoyance as we'd play it basically all day!

    Emily X | emilyclairewrites.com

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    1. haha! It was such an annoying game :)

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  3. What a Throwback! I used to love playing with my Bratz Dolls, Tamagotchi, Furby, Troll dolls the list is endless! My tamagotchi was my favourite though even though I always made my mum look after it instead haha

    Claire | My Little Memoir

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    1. I made my mum look after mine when I went to school, I think she killed it a couple of times too :)

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  4. SO MANY MEMORIES. Although I had a pretend Post Office which I bloody loved. Oh, such good times, right?

    Meg | A Little Twist Of…

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    1. I loved the pretend post office we had at school!

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  5. I love your posts like these! Fuzzy Felt, Kerplunk and Hamma Beads were definitely 3 of my favourites! I also loved Polly Pockets X

    Erin // Everything Erin

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    1. Glad you enjoyed! I don't think I ever had polly pockets :)

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  6. I used to love playing with fuzzy felt! We still play kerplunk at Christmas too! xx
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    1. My family still play kerplunk at Christmas too, along with lots of other board games from the childhood :)

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  7. I had all but 2! lol I didn't have a puppet theatre or Mod Rock, but I had everything else lol

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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    1. Yay! Puppet theatres and mod rock were great though

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  8. I use to love kerplunk! We never had bop it xx
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  9. I actually hated barbies, I was more of a lego & toy cars kid :) I guess that's because I have an older brother so I was always playing with him and used his toys & therefore I was a bit of a tomboy x

    Sara / AboutLittleThiings

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    1. aw, that's really cute! I used to chew the feet of my barbies if that is any consolation :D

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  10. Well now they are all a blast from the past. Particularly for me, I had Kerplunk, I used to love that, that magnetic fishing game, barbies, fuzzy felt, lego, and I had an amazing puppet theatre. I used to have roller blades too x

    Sarah

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    1. I had a pair of roller blades but I could never use them without falling over so I gave up :(

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  11. I think I quite literally had all of these!
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    Rosie x

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    1. aw thank you! I will check it out x

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  12. I remember all of these toys, I remember when I used to think they were so cool ahha. Kids these days don't know what they are missing out, monopoly board games was the most played game in my house xx

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    1. Kids these days, are definitely missing out on the good old days haha x

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