Few parents of little girls will be surprised to hear that Disney’s Frozen tops the wish list for girls this year, according to a survey by the National Retail Federation.
In years past, Barbie has been been the top choice. A recent survey shows 20 percent listed the favorite Disney movie products as the number one choice with Barbie coming second at 16.8 percent.
For boys, LEGO toys were number one again – the first time a toy has retained its number one status in the survey’s 11-year history.
“Parents will not have to go far to find good deals on the toys their children have put at the top of their lists,” said NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay in a news release.
“Retailers have spent weeks preparing for the holiday rush to make sure that the season’s hottest toys are both easy to find in stores and online, and competitively priced.”
Both boys and girls are asking for tablets and iPads this year. Several familiar yet still popular requests include Hot Wheels for boys and My Little Pony for girls.
For the top 10 list of toys, according to a recent survey, see below:
2014 Top Toys for Boys
*Cars & Trucks
*Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
*Remote Controlled Vehicles
*Marvel Action Figures (T)/Tablet/Apple iPad(T)
2014 Top Toys for Girls
*Monster High Dolls
*My Little Pony
*Disney Doc McStuffins