Hottest Toys From Every Year Since 1965
Do you remember what you wanted for Christmas when you were a kid? This list goes back to 1965, so maybe it will refresh your memory!
In 1965, the hottest toy was G.I. Joe from Hasbro. Since then, the toy has launched movies, a cartoon series and more.
Remember the Nerf Ball? I had several. It was the most popular toy in 1970. Even parents were okay with a foam ball that you could throw in the house!
In 1973, it was the skateboard. They weren't new, but the polyurethane wheel changed everything.
1978 gave us Simon, the electronic memory game. It was fun for about an hour. Then, I'm pretty sure it sat on the shelf with all the other games.
Do you still have an original Cabbage Patch Kid? 1983 was the year they became really huge, causing riots in some stores! And they're still out there.
I loved my Easy-Bake Oven, Hot Wheels, Barbies and roller skates! What about you?