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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Holiday Season Hot Toys

By Sanford Hall

What are kids asking for this holiday season?
Anything tech-related is predicted to be popular with the school-age children, including kid-oriented tablet computers such as the Leapfrog LeapPad 2 and the Tabeo
Look for helicopters and cars that are operated using smartphone apps, and also the return of the Furby -- the furry plaything that spoke gibberish and inspired long lines in the late 1990s -- with so much more high-tech upgrades.
My two children, ages 10 and 12 have already completed their list of which many are included in this entry. I tend to get most of my ideas from them and their friends of which I include in my story lines. It gives me a great first hand insight of the trends of today.
With ipads being at the top of their list, along with video games and many others. There are some great tablets for families who don't want to share an iPad or don't want to spend money on one. Also many of the toys of today integrated with smart phones, smarts phones are integrated with apps and can be used as a remote control to operate many toys.

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Aside from digital gadgets, kids are sure to ask for more traditional construction sets, dolls and toys linked to hit movies or TV shows and don't forget one of the most favorite of all times, a bicycle to ride and clothes to wear eventhough not considered a toy.
Kids are also expected to wish for year-round favorites such as the Monster High dolls, featuring the kids of famous monsters, and Lego playsets. Toys based on popular movies or television shows such as Disney's Doc Mcstuffins will also be in demand.
With U.S. retail toy sales totaling $21.2 billion last year, toys are big business — especially during the final months of the year, when toy merchants can score as much as 40% of their annual sales. Shoppers this year will spend an estimated $586.1 billion during such time,  according to the National Retail Federation, with a big chunk of that holiday budget going to toys.

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Disney Princess Cinderella Magic Lights Dress
Lalaloopsy Harmony B Sharp


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YBIKE Explorer