The History of Toys

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012 by from EverydayFamily Inspiration

Once upon a time there weren’t video games. There weren’t talking dolls (or ones that pee in their pants – who thought that was a good idea?). There weren’t even Barbies or bicycles.

We live in a time where entire stores are devoted to selling toys, but children still play with some of the same things they played with thousands of years ago. How did we get here from there? Do you know what Lego means? What was the first board game?

Follow along as we roll the dice and take a walk through the History of Toys.

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  1. Avatar of mgavens mgavens says:

    I miss my nintendo(nes)!

  2. lol i use to have a tickle me elmo as a kid :)

  3. Avatar of janefondaw janefondaw says:

    as Clifford said I’m blown away that a mom able to profit ¥5123 in 1 month on the computer. did you see this link ASK22.?o?

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