I had those blocks as a child and so did my daughter. They were multipurpose as we would make little houses with them. Carver, ABC Wed. Team
HA! That's very funny, or sad.ROG, ABC Wednesday
How interesting! Times...they are a changin'! heehee! Wish I could keep up! Happy New year my friend!
New ways of looking at the world...
super introduction to the new A-Z on ABC Wednesday!are the new alphabet's icons your own or did you discover it? I wonder if the pictures in my former classroom have been changed?
Clever use of A for APPLE and all the social media examples.
I bought a block during Christmas made into an ornament:) Love those old blocks! Enjoy your day dear friend, HUGS!
How do you change the batteries in these blocks? :) An Arkie's Musings
This is awesome! Welcome to the 21st century! We do stil have the old-fashioned alphabet block for our grandbabkins.
This is AWESOME! I'm going to copy this and send it to some friends. They'll love it, especially those with small children. Leslieabcw team
Times! How they are changing! Funny and sad at the same time!
Oh those blocks were wonderful! Even as an adult I had a set of blocks from Home Interior that spelled out Home Sweet Home and another Merry Christmas! I was always showing my kids how to create new words from those blocks! LOLWhat fun here today! Good to see you Ann!Prayers for my grandson Colton. He flies to KC,MO tomorrow with his wrestling team. He is a good kid and good little wrestler.Hugs, Anne
I taught school and remember the blocks from both my childhood and career. Kids grow up too quick, no Google for kindergarteners. - Margy
I loved those blocks. I've been amazed at the electronic learning toys our new grandson has too.
What a great post and clever for you to find the modern alphabet in computer language!
Yep all the kids want these days are "apple" immediately followed byIpad,Iphone or Ipod in the same breath:)PhenoMenon
So true! xoSheila
Wow, I haven't thought of those blocks in years, but I still have the sense memory of their edges and their carved shapes. Now there's the tap of glass and plastic. Language evolves, and so do our means of passing it on...Tim, "A" Entry # 51, "Authority: You're Not The Boss of Me"
Remember also i received one for sinterklaas.
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