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Playing jacks.  We didn't have computers or television geared towards children back in the day.  We entertained ourselves playing jacks and building houses from a deck of cards -- the simple life.

How to play the game of Jacks. Set up, directions, instructions and variations of the Jacks game. Cherries in a Basket, Around the World, Pigs in a Pen and more fun ways to play Jacks

70's toys - silly putty.  This is for silly putty, but I remember doing this with blu-tac or something on the waxy comic books and when you pull it off you would have the comic printed on the blu-tac.

SILLY PUTTY and you always had to try and lift the comic off the page. Loved Silly Putty & funny pages. Also pressed quarters on it to make impressions.

Metal Pot Holder Loom ~ everyone we knew got "beautiful" potholders!

Metal Pot Holder Loom Kit with Colored Loops

Metal Pot Holder Loom ~ Mom loved making pot holders for all of her relatives.

I had a couple of these growing up.

Retro, vintage, trendy, and hippy style handmade leather barrettes, braid holders and leather hair accessories. Each handmade leather barrette is handcrafted by Old School Leather Company.

Wax Coca~Colas

Wax Bottle candy, bite off the top, drink the juice; then chew the wax til flavor was gone.oh yeah.

Before computers...It was kinda fun going through the card catalog to find your book. And then you got to to see who else had checked it out by the lending card affixed on the inside cover.

library card catalogue ---almost a relic in today's electronic age I loved the Dewey decimal system and considered becoming a librarian when in the grade!

110 film

Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera! My first camera was a Brownie. My second was a Kodak 110 camera.

Anything more rewarding than getting a gold star: | 38 Things You Will Never Experience Again

38 Things You Will Never Experience Again

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