There's a definite advantage to finding vintage school items when you are a teacher --- especially when a teacher at your site retires.
(You know us teachers, we can't hardly bare to throw anything away just in case we might need it some day.)
So imagine my delight when I found this box filled with some great old school items.
Filled with.....vintage sentence builders,
U.S. Flash Cards (from Milton Bradley),
a Holey Card for division facts (I have no idea how this might have worked),
a box of 153 science experiments,
2 sets of geography cards (both from Milton Bradley)
syllable flip cards,
Quizmo game set (do you know this one?)
metric and fraction dominoes,
more sentence builder sets,
and a set of word prefixes and word suffixes cards. (I happen to be teaching prefixes this week and suffixes next week).
So now I need your opinion.
Do you think I should sell these on etsy or ebay? Is there any demand for them?
Most of these are from the 60s and 70s - do they make you nostalgic for your good old school days?
Well, please let me know what you think.
Thanks for buzzing in for a visit!
We're laying off the caffeine tonight, but I'll make you a peppermint hot chocolate if you want......with whipped cream, chocolate shavings, and crushed peppermints......c'mon......I know you want one.
And, of course, I have to party over with Colorado Lady for