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Hall Of Fame Toy Pack

Remember all of the coolest toys we played with when we were kids? The Hall Of Fame Toy Pack brings them back for our kids!  My kids love the Slinky and we’ve got a great set of stairs to play with it on!  The yo-yo hasn’t clocked anyone in the head yet even though Madison hasn’t quite figured out how to make the yo-yo work.  However, the silly putty was a huge hit and the kids didn’t need to be told what to do with it.  🙂  This is a great throwback for both kids and adults alike!

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5 thoughts on “Hall Of Fame Toy Pack”

  1. I trust that all these toys sound more appealing to us adults than to kids today. If the toys don't have batteries and a remote than there aren't any good to kids 🙁

  2. I just picked up an egg of Silly Putty for the 5 year old. We had a blast bouncing it, smashing it, and pressing it on the comics and stretching the image. It was fun to introduce her to something I liked so much when I was a kid.

  3. I remember getting my first yo yo when I was about 8. I worked hard at it and managed to do quite a few tricks but sadly now I don't do it at all. It seems when you get to 13 things change and your more interested in girls!!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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