3 Classics Inducted into National Toy Hall of Fame; Other Classics, Ignored
The National Toy Hall of Fame announced the three latest inductees. But, wait until you hear what classics they snubbed!
First up, invented in 1964....it's Twister!
Next, invented in 1982 by NASA engineer Lonnie Johnson...the Super Soaker!
And finally..."the puppet" was inducted because according to Museum curator Patricia Hogan because "playing with puppets helps children develop coordination and manual dexterity."
SOME OF THE TOYS THAT WERE SNUBBED THIS YEAR INCLUDE:
Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and Donatello
The Whiffle Ball
And, American Girl Dolls