Quiz: Can You Name All Of These Kids Toys From the '60s?
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Can You Name All Of These Kids Toys From the '60s?
By: Jody Mabry
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About This Quiz

Toys have been around practically as long as organized society! The very first ones are said to have been made prior to written language, as early as 3000 B.C.E. The very first toys were a lot less imaginative (as well as completely non-reliant on computer technology) and were often representative of things in the natural world or were miniaturized versions of adult tools. Luckily, by the time the 60s rolled around, plastic was king and mass-produced toys were all the rage and readily available.

Many of the toys that were popular during the 60s are still being played with today; things like the Barbie and Ken dolls, Troll dolls, Disney plush dolls and LEGO bricks can still be found in most American homes with small children. Even some of the most sought-after toys of the 60s are still on children's birthday wish-lists: Easy Bake Ovens, yo-yos, Lite-Brites and Hot Wheels. The materials might be different (plastic instead of metal in some cases) but the overall playtime experience is the same.

So when you think about it, we really haven't changed that much. Do you think you can name all of these popular 60s toys by just looking at a picture? Take this quiz to find out!

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Which iconic 60s doll is this?
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Which artistic toy is shown here?
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Which 60s toy was rumored to be inspired by a weapon?
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Which 60s substance let kids sculpt and mold anything they could imagine?
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Which 60s toy featured a plastic tuber?
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Which 60s toys were models of construction vehicles?
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Which 60s toy had a spring in its step?
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Which 60s toys were soldier action figures?
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Which capitalistic board game gained popularity in the 60s?
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Which 60s toy saved wear and tear on Dad's arm?
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Which 60s toy reminds us that land lines were a thing?
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Which 60s toys had the craziest hair?
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Which 60s baby doll would talk back?
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Which 60s toy helped kids bounce their way into the E.R.?
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Which talkative doll might be named Catherine?
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Which 60s toy was made for military action figures?
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Which 60s toy was a friend to a top-selling doll?
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Which 60s building blocks are still hugely popular, decades later?
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Which 60s toy series corresponds with this image?
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Which 60s teenage doll could verbalize?
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Which 60s toy helped kids make groovy designs?
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Which 60s invention let kids record music from the radio?
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Which 60s toys went really fast?
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Which 60s toy was based on a cartoon spirit?
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Which 60s doll was Barbie's boyfriend?
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Which 60s toy was a crazy bouncing sensation?
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Which 60s toys seem quite sexist, decades later?
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Which 60s toy let kids draw with light?
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Which 60s toy was flat but adorable?
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Which 60s game encouraged contortion-ism?
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Which 60s toy was all about fabulous hair?
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Which 60s toy was basically a plastic pie plate?
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Which noisy 60s gadget featured foil that would puff up?
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