The National Toy Hall of Fame announced 2020's inductees; sidewalk chalk, the Baby Nancy doll and the game Jenga.
Created in 1968, the Baby Nancy doll became Los Angeles' best-selling Black doll and would later break barriers as the first doll with an Afro hairstyle to be released nationwide. Sidewalk chalk got its props for endless creative possibilities. Jenga made the Hall of Fame for its simplicity.
Finalists that just missed the Hall of Fame this year included My Little Pony, Masters of The Universe, Lite-Brite and more.