Never too old for etch a sketch. Etch-A-Sketch Drawing Screen. The Worlds favorite Drawing toy with over 150 million sold This Classic toy has beaten the test of time. The Etch-A-Sketch was first marketed in 1960, developed in the late 1950s by Frenchman Arthur Granjean. Fun and easy to use, turn the right knob to draw up and down, the left to draw horizontally of a compination of both for curves. When finished turn over and shake to start over.
Etch a Sketch. Now that we've entered the age of iPads, it's kind of hard not to be amused by this 1950s toy calling itself "magic." Still, it's pretty amazing the artwork that can be created using just a couple of dials and a bunch of gray lines!
10 Toys from My Childhood that Still Make Me Smile
Etch A Sketch. I was both fascinated and frustrated by this toy. I could never get it to draw anything but odd looking squiggles. Still, it was a very clever little toy and kept me amused for hours on end. More