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This week we have something for you that we are actually a little jealous: details and info on all the classic Fisher Price toys, and even better a chance to win a £150 bundle of them too!

Are you a child of the fifties, sixties, seventies, or eighties? Or have you seen some of those vintage toy memes being shared over the internet recently?

If you have, or you’re nostalgic, then you are going to love this article and the bundle of toys that are the modern take on the vintage Fisher Price toys that we are giving away because it really does have some of the classics in it. There is a reason the new series is called Fisher Price Classics, isn’t there? All the toys together are worth over £150, but the nostalgia they will invoke in lots of parents is priceless:

If you need a little reminder of what we are talking about – check them all out here:

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To enter the competition, we need you to fill out the Gleam widget below before the competition ends on 8th September at 11.59pm.

Win £150 Fisher Price Classic toy bundle

There are a few ways for you to enter including:

  • Following Fisher Price and KiddyCharts on Twitter,
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  • Comment on this blog post with with one of these is your favourite of the classic Fisher Price toys and finally,
  • Share the unique URL that you have, and if anyone else enters, there are more entries for you! Why not give it a go, and see whether you can win these wonderful nostalgic toys for your kids, or even you?

We KNOW you want to know more about these classic Fisher Price toys, so why not check out more of the details on them here, or visit Amazon for more info on them too:

Chatter phone: RRP £13.99

This fabulous toy was first introduced in 1961 and was the perfect play pretend phone for all those little ones with its wonderful and friendly design. The tech has changed a bit since it was first introduced, but the reaction from the kids is still the same: A big smile! The rotary dial rings, and the eyes roll up and down. Perfect for ages 12 months and up.

Fisher Price record player: RRP £32.99

This record player is an utter classic: for those around after it was introduced in 1971, who will ever forget the 5 playable, and colorful records that play the classics. There are a total of 10 songs. When it first came out, it was the Fisher Price Change A Record Music Box. The records can still be stored inside the record player, and the handle means your children can take it with them wherever they go as well. This toy is great for ages 18 months and up. Do note that Amazon sell the record player and the radio as a set!

Fisher Price cash register: RRP £32.99

THis is inspired by the famous 1975 released cash register that we all remember from our 1980s childhood *well I do anyway.* It is perfect for kids to play and comes with bright coins to use with it, that also helps to teach kids their colours and to count as well. Why not watch the coins circling down the ramp, and crank up the bell and watch the drawer open as well. Loads of guaranteed play fun for the next generation! This toy is for ages 2 and up.

Fisher Price Little Snoopy: RRP £12.99

Believe it or not, Little Snoopy was originally release in 1968, and ever since he has wobbled, wagged, and yipped into the hearts of parents and kids alike. No-one can deny that he is one of the cutest pull-a-long dogs on the market. Guaranteed to follow your little ones wherever they go. Pull the cord, and he’ll wobble from side to side and move his cute little ears as well. Don’t forget that he yips too when he moved. This toy works for kids aged 12 months and up.

Fisher Price xylophone: RRP £21.99

This is the oldest toy in our bundle – the original came out in 1957! It is such an iconic toy though, and has been a delight for generations. There are eight rainbow-coloured bars on the Fisher Price xylophone. The toy comes with a mallet and its latest iteration makes gorgeous melodies for a whole new set of kids to have loads of fun with. This toy is perfect for ages 18 months and up.

The TV-Radio: RRP £15.99

This toy has been around since 1959, and is a lovely gift for kids these days. Turn the knob, and you can hear the “Farmer-in-the-Dell” song, with scenes from the song moving across the brightly coloured and fun case. Yet another iconic image from many-a-childhood. This version of this vintage Fisher Price toy is for 18 months and up age kids.

See N’ Say Farmer Says: RRP £21.99

This was first released in 1965, and was a first for the toy industry. It allowed children to pick the phrase that they wanted to hear. Farmer Says teaches about 12 animals and the noises that they make. You can point the arrow, and then pull the cord to listen to all the sounds that you remember from when you were a kid. Classic toy that’s idea for 18 months and up.

We hope you agree that this are iconic toys, and it’s wonderful to be in with a chance of winning them all in one shot. Why not sign up for our giveaway newsletter?

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Helen
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Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parent blog! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 80%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

stephanie campbell

Tuesday 6th of September 2022

i love the cash register but i love the vintage old school feel to all of these

Avs

Tuesday 6th of September 2022

The cash register - I always loved playing shops.

Carrie Talbot-Ashby

Monday 5th of September 2022

I had a few of those toys handed down to me by cousins mostly, but my favourite was the record player, I loved watching the record slowly turning and I would sit my little figures on top and watch them spin to the music! I lost most of my records though as my pup would chew 'em! I remember there was Clair De Lune, London Bridge and Twinkle Twinkle little star, my own little ones would LOVE this! Thank you!

Karolina Rozwarska

Monday 5th of September 2022

the pull along dog as it so quite how he is walking

Samantha Buntain

Monday 5th of September 2022

The record player looks amazing my daughter loves music so would be amazing for her

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