Keep your crayons sharp and your sticky tape untangled with Mr. Dressup and 7 other things we wanted to share this week.
Released by Kenner Products in 1972, The Blythe doll is easily identified by her large head and eyes. Her enduring popularity with enthusiasts has made her a cult classic.
Play is training for the unexpected.
Contemporary American biologist
Introduced by Mattel in 1966, Major Matt Mason lived and worked on the moon with his team of astronauts.
It’s better to play than do nothing.
“Ice Bird, Ice Bird, you’re such a nice bird. Let’s make an Ice Bird treat!”
Play energizes us and enlivens us. It eases our burdens. It renews our natural sense of optimism and opens us up to new possibilities.
Contemporary American psychiatrist