There are some toys out there for kids that most parents would probably scratch their heads at just how they got approval! Not all children's toys are 100% safe, and a lot of them are actually wildly dangerous. Additionally, kids love to put their mouth, eyes, and ears where they shouldn't, and may end up getting hurt as a result. Many toys from way back when were considered to be absolutely fine for kids to play with. Since then, many have been recalled. Here is a list of dangerous children's toys that somehow made it onto store shelves. 1. The Gilbert Glass Blowing Kit Gilbert Glass Blowing Kit \/ ABR Imagery This terrifying toy was marketed as a necessary device to help children learn a valuable skill. When it was released in 1909, glassblowing was something of a practical skill needed for people interested in studying chemistry in college. That\u2019s all well and good, but we are talking about giving children a device capable of heating up the included glass tubes with an alcohol-fueled flame. 2. Jarts Lawn Darts or Jarts \/ Photobucket Lawn Darts (or Jarts) were banned in 1988 for obvious reasons. While the game could be fun, it was incredibly dangerous. People who had these things jabbed into their skulls and other parts of their bodies probably would have preferred not to be impaled. In eight years, 6,100 people playing these were rushed to the emergency room, and most were kids. There were even three deaths attributed to this deadly amalgam of horseshoes and darts. 3. CSI Fingerprint Analysis Kit CSI has certainly been a popular series on television, so it\u2019s no wonder they create games to promote the series. That alone wouldn\u2019t be a problem, but they included something deadly in the kits themselves. You know those commercials that come up on television all the time asking if you suffer from something called mesothelioma? That\u2019s the disease you get when you inhale asbestos fibers, which is exactly what they included in these sets. The fingerprint set contained asbestos in the powder used to dust for prints. It took 20 months for CBS to agree to a settlement in the class action lawsuit and finally issue a recall of the toy. 4. Cabbage Patch Snacktime Doll Cabbage Patch Snacktime Doll \/ VarageSale It\u2019s a pretty cool doll on the surface\u2014you feed it veggies and French fries while it constantly chews the items down into its belly. However, these Cabbage Patch dolls are insatiable, so they never stop chomping. That\u2019s where this goes from adorable to horrible because numerous incidents came out where the doll would get a hold of a young girl\u2019s hair and chomp away until it pulled it right out of her scalp. 5. Slip \u2018n Slides Slip 'n Slide \/ Wikipedia Who didn\u2019t love their Slip \u2018n Slide as a kid? Running and sliding headfirst into the water was the perfect way to cool off in your childhood. The problem was if anyone other than a child used it, they risked slip-sliding straight into a concussion. Between 1973 and 1991, at least seven adults and one teenager suffered severe injuries, including fractured necks, paraplegia, and even quadriplegia. Slip \u2018n Slides are still a thing today, but now they make it perfectly, 100% clear that nobody over the age of 12 should use them. Anyone older than that should find another way to cool off. 6. Battlestar Galactica Missile Launcher Battlestar Galactica Missile Launcher \/ Bashney Launched in 1978 with stickers that read, \u201cDo not put or fire red missiles into mouth or towards face,\u201d the Battlestar Galactica Missile Launcher was inevitably used to hurl said objects directly into mouths and towards faces, causing asphyxiation. The toys were recalled a year later, in 1979, after choking, eye gouging and even a fatality. Read onto the NEXT page for more dangerous children's toys you may remember... 7. Clackers Toy Clackers \/ Giphy Clackers consists of two large acrylic balls, which hung on either end of a heavy string. The two balls would swing apart and together, making the loud clacking noise that gave the toy its name. If swung too hard, the acrylic balls would shatter, sending flying shards of it everywhere. The ban of Clackers takes place in 1985. 8. Easy Bake Ovens Easy Bake Ovens \/ Boredom Therapy Letting small children handle hot surfaces and items? No way! Easy bake ovens have been around for a very long time, and are made to be much safer now. Many believe that Easy Bake Ovens should've never hit store shelves since it's directed towards children to handle hot objects. Adult supervision should always be a requirement when handling this toy! 9. Aquadots The Aquadots toy \/ Boredom Therapy Aquadots is the toy that allows kids to make different shapes out of colored beads. However, these beads allegedly contain a very strong sedative so those who use them began to literally lose consciousness. The toy was recalled in 2007. 10. Sky Dancers A Sky Dancer toy \/ Giphy Sky Dancers were a very popular toy in the early 2000s. Just place the toy fairy on its base, pull the string, and it will helicopter itself up into the air! However, having the toy launch much too close to a child's face would cause serious eye damage, making it fairly dangerous if not used the proper way. 11. Magnetix Magnetix \/ Boredom Therapy The Lego brand has been incredibly successful with kids, back then and now. However, when Magnetix comes out, no one realizes how dangerous it would be for children to play with toy magnets. Soon, they would begin coming loose, children would put them in their mouths, and start to choke! 12. Mini Hammocks Mini Hammocks \/ Boredom Therapy Everyone loves the idea of a hammock. Just being able to relax in the outdoors and enjoy the fresh air. However, mini hammocks were popular due to the fact that they were easy storage and had no spreader bars. But this meant that it was all too easy for the net to twist and turn, and potentially trap and suffocate a child. 13. Swing Wing A Swing wing helmet \/ Giphy Swing wings were incredibly popular in the 1960s. Kids loved this helmet, but it was quickly recalled due to cerebral hemorrhage and spinal injuries. Do you remember any of these potentially dangerous children's toys? 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