Toys of the Seventies, Moon Rocks

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colored rock like material you drop into bowl of water and a few days later they grow into colorful formations
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Janet - December 20, 2009 - Report this comment
I used to get "Moon Rocks" in my stocking every Christmas in the early 1960s. I loved them, and I can't find them anywhere now!
Emily - April 08, 2010 - Report this comment
Saw these recently at, where else, Wal Mart! In the cheapy toy isle. Loved these as a kid- they rated right up there with "Sea Monkeys!
Chomper01 - April 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Another store that is known to sell these Moon Rocks, Model Rockets, etc. is the Arts & Crafts store called "Michaels".. They have all these products.
/mfk;m; - May 15, 2012 - Report this comment
TLee - February 11, 2013 - Report this comment
Moon rocks were recalled or banned...
ashley auld - August 29, 2013 - Report this comment
magic rocks is also another name for them. you can still get them. i even found out how to make them your self. by Google magic rocks
calimachus - November 15, 2013 - Report this comment
I think that /mfk;m makes a valid point.
Rob Lambert - September 13, 2015 - Report this comment
Found several images of the original Moon Rocks toy box. It was copyrighted 1959 by Link Research Corporation, distributed by Hasbro. Link Research is believed to be a company of TV star Art Linkletter, whose photo is printed on box front, within a circle marked, "An Art Linkletter Toy." Linkletter promoted this on his CBS "House Party" and syndicated "People Are Funny" TV shows. The Hasbro cartoon kid also printed on box front. Image shows a moon landscape with small toy rocket ships. Mail-order novelty companies like Honor House (Sea Monkeys) offered similar items toward 1970, following the Apollo XI moon landing.

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