Friday, October 31, 2008
Raggedy Ann wakes you saying:
"Andy, Andy, please get up. It's time to call our friends. Ok, Ann, I'm awake, let's shout it once again. We were sent to wake you, so here we are to say, 'Please get up, brush your teeth and start your Happy Day.'"
I had this clock when I was a child. My mom had decorated my room in a Raggedy Ann theme. I also had a set of 4-5 Raggedy Ann dolls that varied in sizes. I also received a Raggedy Ann Colorforms set. I will write more about them later!
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Monday, October 27, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
My sister and I used to play this for hours! The object of the game is to flip colored tokens into the big, yellow head as it spun around opening and closing its mouth. The first one to successfully flip all of their tokens won.
I vaguely remember the commercial's song repeating, "Mr. Mouth, Mr. Mouth."
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
The Count Counts Tracks
Side One: (1)Introduction; (2)Ladybug's Picnic; (3)Counting Is Wonderful; (4)It's a Lovely Eleven Morning; (5)The "15" Commercial; (6)Ten Turtles; (7)The Count's Weather Report; (8)Martian Beauty; (9)Numerical Correspondence (Sing a Song of Numbers); (10)Candy Man; (11)It's Been a Long, Long Time; (12)The Alligator King; (13)Count It Higher
Side Two: (1)Counting is Wonderful; (2)Country Six (The Snail Song); (3)Numbers in the News; (4)1-2-3-4-5!; (5)Beep; (6)Four Big Lions; (7)I Just Adore "4"; (8)The "3" Song; (9)Subtraction Blues; (10)Doll House; (11)The Song of the Count
Sesame Street Songs Tracks
Side One: (1)Roosevelt Franklin Counts; (2)Goin' For a Ride; (3)A Face; (4)Everybody Wash; (5)I Love Trash
Side Two: (1)My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean/Good Morning to You/Froggie Went A Courtin'; (2)Clap Your Hands/Pesky Sarpent/The World Turned Upside Down/Hush Little Baby; (3)John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt/Michael Finnegan/My Uncle Roasted a Kangaroo/Fiddle Dee Dee/Eensie Weensie Spider/Hokey Pokey
Monday, October 20, 2008
Made by Fisher-Price from 1971-1973 and sold exclusively at Sears.
Just turn the pink knob to wind it up and watch pictures of Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore and all of your favorite Pooh characters roll across the screen while the Winnie the Pooh theme song plays...
Winnie the Pooh,
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Connect Four is a two-player game in which the players take turns in dropping alternating colored discs into a seven-column, six-row vertically-suspended grid. The object of the game is to connect four singly-colored discs in a row -- vertically, horizontally, or diagonally -- before your opponent can do likewise.The game was published under the famous Connect Four trademark by Milton Bradley in 1974.
Don't Tip the Waiter is an action, balancing game for 2-4 players ages 4 and up. Made by Colorforms in 1979.
The object of the game is to stack up plates of food on top of the waiter's tray one by one. Oops! One plate too many and over he goes. The player who tips the waiter over has to tip the waiter with Colorforms money. The last player with money wins the game.