Toys that never get old

by Janet Smith

Dr. Dorothy Justus Sluss, a professor of early, elementary and reading education at James Madison University, shares her expertise about the importance of play through a fun assignment. She is a member of The Strong National Museum of Play’s National Toy Hall of Fame selection committee. Sluss and other educators, historians and individuals who exemplify learning, creativity and discovery though their lives and careers, annually make the final selections for Hall of Fame inductees.

Published: Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Last Updated: Thursday, October 20, 2016

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