Toys in the 60s

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Toys in the 60s
Hasbro responds to Barbie with G.I. Joe, the world’s first “Action Figure.” NASA’s high-profile space race inspires a constellation of new toys, with Major Matt Mason and Billy Blastoff leading the way. The Hoppity Hop bounces onto the scene, Nerf lets kids play ball in the house, Hot Wheels take off, Super Balls soar, and the Easy-Bake Oven revolutionizes the term “Playing house.”

A Aggravation
Air Blaster Gun
Ants in the Pants
Army Men

B Barbie
Barrel of Monkeys
Battleship
Battling Tops
BB guns
Big Wheel
Billy Blastoff
Bonanza

C Candy Land
Cap Guns
Captain Action
Chatty Cathy
Checkers
Chinese Checkers
Chutes and Ladders
Clue
Colorform Aliens
Colorforms
Cootie
Corgi Die Cast Vehicles
Crayola Crayons
Creepy Crawlers

D Daniel Boone
Don’t Break the Ice

E Easy-Bake Oven
Electric Football
Erector set
Ertl Die-Cast Toys
Etch-A-Sketch

F Fisher-Price Little People
Foto-Electric Football
Frisbee

G G.I. Joe (60’s, 70’s)
Give-A-Show Projector
Gumby

H Hats Off
Hi-Ho! Cherry-O
Hoppity Hop
Hot Potato
Hot Wheels
Hula Hoop

J Jacks
Jacob’s Ladder
Johnny Eagle
Johnny West
Johnson Smith Company

K Ker Plunk
Kiddie Record Players

L Labyrinth
Lawn Darts
Lego
Lie Detector
Life
Lincoln Logs
Lionel Trains
Lite-Brite

M Mad Libs
Mad Magazine Game
Magic 8 Ball
Major Matt Mason
Marbles
Matchbox
Memory Game
Mickey Mouse
Mille Bornes
Monopoly
Monster Magnet
Mouse Trap
Mr. Machine
Mr. Potato Head
Mystery Date

N Nerf

O Operation

P Parcheesi
Pez
Pick Up Sticks
Play-Doh
Pogo Stick
Probe

R Radio Flyer wagon
Raggedy Ann
Remote Control Cars
Risk
Rock’em Sock’em Robots
Rummikub

S Scrabble
Sea Monkeys
Secret Sam Spy Toys
See ‘n Say
Silly Putty
Silly String
Skateboard
Skip-Bo
Slingshot
Slinky
Slip ‘N Slide
Slot Racers
Sno-Cone Machines
Sorry!
Spirograph
Stratego
Super Ball

T Tammy
Teddy Bears
Thingmaker
Tiddlywinks
Tinker Toys
Tonka Trucks
Tootsietoys
Toss Across
Trolls
Trouble
Twister

U Uncle Milton’s Ant Farm
Upsy Downsy Baby

V View-Master

W Whee-Lo
Wizzers

Y Yahtzee
Yo-Yo

Z Zillion Bubble Blower

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17 thoughts on “Toys in the 60s

  1. Hi…

    As a kid growing up in the late 50’s and early 60’s, I remember a plastic toy kit which had lots of pieces which snapped togeather to make things like animals etc. Parts consisted of bodies, feet, heads etc. I think the majority of the connecting pieces were male / female snap in with the joints allowing flexibility through design. The major colour used was yellow.

    I am interested if any reader may know the type of toy I am trying to describe…….and a long shot if any exist for sale some place.

    Thanks for any help.

    Cheers

  2. I am hoping to find an Ohio Art toy electric oven. It is white with 2 oven doors and a stove on top. Would like to get an approx. value for this item.
    Dated on back Ohio Art
    #164
    Thank you

  3. I am wondering does anyone remember Remus play kits and Katie copy cat and poochie the dog does anyone no where you can buy any of these on the internet

    • YES!! I loved them! I have been trying to find anyone who remembers them. Somehow I remember them being spelled “Shapees”, but memory fades with age…

      • Wow!!! Thanks — everyone else thought i was crazy! You could be right on the spelling – I really don’t remember that part.

        • They are spelled Shapees. I still have mine, along with the original box. I loved them when I was a kid. I would be happy to post a photo, but I don’t think there is a way to do that. The (plastic) pieces came in different colors for the different shapes. The box has photos of figures that you can make with the pieces.

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