Toys of the Seventies, Nature's Window

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A flat, transparent plastic toy, about 12"x8"x1/4" that had black, gray, blue and white volcanic ash in it. You tilted it back and forth to make the ash shift and make really cool designs that looked like mountain landscapes.
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Diane Ryan - April 29, 2009 - Report this comment
I so remember the "jingle" for this educational toy. I was really intrigued by this "window" into the underground plant structure. As a matter of fact, every time I tore a hole in my play clothes I referred to it as "nature's window". I now tell my two boys the same thing when they rip a hole in their pants! ") - December 18, 2010 - Report this comment
The description for this seems to be talking about the Wham-O Magic Window. Did somebody get confused?
Maria - October 22, 2011 - Report this comment
Nature's Window was a plant growing kit. There was a petrie dish with a transparent gel substance, you dropped your seeds into it and you could see the roots sprout as the plant began to grow.

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