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Playskool McDonald’s Playset a Familiar Place

Q: What is the Playskool McDonald’s Playset from the 1970s?

The Playskool McDonald’s Playset was part of the “Familiar Places” activity toy line produced by the company Playskool in the 1970s. It was designed to simulate imaginative play by a preschooler at a McDonald’s restaurant.

What came with the Playskool McDonald’s Playset in the 1970s?

The contents of the Playskool McDonald’s Playset from the 1970s included at mat that simulated grass and a parking lot, the McDonalds building complete with the golden arches sign, a merry-go-round, table, cars, people, food trays, workers complete with hats, register, and food stickers for the trays and walls of the restaurant.

Who was the target audience for the Playskool McDonald’s Playset from the 1970s?

The Playskool McDonald’s Playset from the 1970s was designed for young children, typically aged 3 to 7 years old. It was a great imaginative toy to simulate what it is like when you go to McDonalds.

Playskool McDonald’s Playset

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