Let's face it, kids just wanted to be little adults in the s. From small kitchen appliances to baby dolls, the toys of that era were pretty mature. Well, now the joke's on us. We would give anything to play with an Easy-Bake Oven again instead of cook dinner for our families. These were the toys every kid wanted to find underneath the tree Christmas morning in the s.
Top Toys of the 1960s
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Advertisement The s were a golden era for toys. Kids had countless more toys to choose from compared to previous decades and parents spent more on their kids also. Combine that with bigger families in general and that leads to an influx of cash streaming into the toy industry. A large percentage of toys that were introduced in the s stuck around for several years. A quick glance at a 70s-era toy catalog looks a whole lot like a 60s catalog. And some of them are still around to this day.
Joe or Tonka Truck. Handler got the idea for Barbie after noticing her daughter, Barbara, dressing adult paper dolls in cutout clothing. She based Barbie, an all-American blonde, pony-tailed beauty, on a redesign of a sultry German comic book character. Donald F.
We all remember playing with popular dolls like Barbie and G. Joe as kids growing up in the s. But what about the toys that didn't make it past our generation? These 14 toys gave us fun times and great memories, and it's about time they got some recognition.