Best Children’s Toys from the Last 50 Years

The holiday season is upon us and if you have children in your life you are sure to spend a lot of time thinking and purchasing the best gifts for every boy and girl on your list. It can be overwhelming going into a store and sifting through all of options. We’ve found toys from each decade in the last 50 years that were and continue to be huge hits! All of these toys can be found on retailer’s shelves, but we also get a lot of gently used toys just like this at Duck Worth Wearing, allowing you to score amazing deals on incredible toys!

Paddington, Nerf, and Baby Alive came on the scene in a big way in the seventies!

 

Were you a Master of the Universe toy collector in the 80s? Perhaps you collected care bears to cuddle. Perhaps the most popular toy of the 80s was the ever famous Cabbage Patch Baby Dolls. No matter you top pick, all are still on retail shelves today proving they have stood the test of time and are sure to keep entertaining your kids this year!

The Furby craze was wildly successful amoung kids and adults. American Girl Dolls also gained popularity. We sell a myriad of options for 18″ doll clothes at Duck Worth Wearing to fit your new or existing doll. They are perfect for stocking stuffers!

Getting active is a big theme of the 2000s. A Razor Scooter could be found zipping around almost all the neighborhoods! Zhu Zhu Pets were also in high demand. Fashionable Bratz Dolls were also very popular.

A tech theme is now in full force in our current toy culture. Video systems like X Box One and others provide hours of entertainment. The element of surprise makes Hatchimals, an instant success. Lastly the biggest hit of the year – fidget spinners for all of the active kids (and adults) alike!

Shopping at Duck Worth Wearing you never know when you will score the hottest toys at amazing prices. Come in often to shop as inventory changes daily!

 

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