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Remember your favorite classic toys?
One of the perks of being a parent, is being able to show your kids the classic toys you once loved. While our son is still kinda young for some of these, we are still excited for the day he can play! This is a roundup of a few classic toys, that you might remember from childhood…
Remember Super Mario Bros, Donkey Kong, and The Legend of Zelda? Well now, you can get those, and 27 other pre-installed in this throwback of early video gaming. This Classic Nintendo comes with a standard HDMI cable, so it plugs right in, ready to go! You can flex your old school gamer skills against the kids, without their fancy controllers and headsets. It’s 8bit heaven that’ll make you feel young again! And the kids will like it too! Although they’ll totally miss out on the annoying dust inside the cartridge, and won’t need to “blow” inside to get it to work again.
Yes, you can still get this awesome board game, sure to bring back those slumber-party, and family game night memories! In case you don’t remember, it’s the fun word game that requires you to find as many words as possible, in 3 minutes. Great engagement for kids, and you can show off your word skills, since you’ve played this since you were,like, eight…
Every kid had one of these growing up, in some shape or form. You either had small pistols, medium sized soakers, or double barrels that out out a gallon a piece. If you were really cool, you had a keychain 😉 Well now, these water guns are better than ever, and perfect to get kids outside during the summer! Plus, it’s a rule that parents get the biggest of them all.
Yes, every kid in the 90’s-2000’s had a Furby. The craze has died a little, but kids still love them-and they’ve become a lot neater than the earlier versions we had! And you might be able to find you old one in your parent’s attic…
These little cars will never die out-kids love them! And there’s millions to choose from. No matter what your favorite style, model, or color; there’s a Hot Wheels for it. The Criss Cross track was one every kid had to have (or, if you were a girl, you played with your Brother’s). Still an awesome toy, and one they will def need help putting together by Mom & Dad.
What’s some of your favorite classic toys growing up, that you can still find today?