WHO HAD ONE OF THESE? I love colorful toys that remind me of my childhood or that of my adult children. Can you guess which out of the four is the oldest? Actually, none of them are vintage, but they sure look good on our old chest. The Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock is a 2009 replica of the 1962 toy. While first Chinese abacus was invented around 500 BC, this toy is only about 10 years old. I love the sound of the wood beads as they clack together. The clock in the rear is an Original Judy Clock, one that many of us used in school to learn to tell time and is the oldest item in the bunch. The newer clock in the forefront is made by Plan Toys, a company that makes Earth-friendly wood toys. Each item was found in a local thrift shop for less than $3 each. We are expecting another grandson in February, and I’m sure he’ll love these educational toys as much as I do.