Kids pick top toys for holidays

Tampa, FL (NBC) – The results are in – just in time for the holidays.

Preschoolers helped come up with a top ten list of presents they’d like to see under the tree.

Four-year-old Addi likes the Tumble Trax Magnetic Marble Run, saying, “You put a ball and it goes down and goes in that box.”

It came down to a tie for five year-old Sagil, who said, “The doctor one. The building one.”

Here’s a look at what made the cut.

Top 10 Preschooler-Approved Toys for 2015:

  • Whoozit® Space Blankie by The Manhattan Toy Company (Suggested Age Range: 0+ months)
  • Rolligo by Fat Brain™ Toys (Suggested Age Range: 12+ months)
  • John Deere Learn ‘N Pop Farmyard Friends by TOMY (Suggested Age Range 12+ months)
  • ModMobiles Set A by Fat Brain™ Toys (Suggested Age Range: 2+ years)
  • Doctor On Call by Hape Toys (Suggested Age Range: 3+ years)
  • Lakeshore® Gear Builders Starter Set by Lakeshore Learning Materials (Suggested Age Range: 3+ years)
  • Lincoln Logs® 100th Anniversary Tin by K’NEX Brands (Suggested Age Range: 3+ years)
  • Joinks by Fat Brain™ Toys (Suggested Age Range: 3+ years)
  • 16-in-1 Space Fighter Building Set by Laser Pegs® (Suggested Age Range: 5+ years)
  • Tumble Trax™ Magnetic Marble Run by Learning Resources® (Suggested Age Range: 5+ years)

Megan Morton of Goddard School said, “These toys have all been tested by kids six weeks all the way to six years old. So it’s tried and true. You know they will get something out of it and it will be educational for them as well”

As part of the process the toy testers learned to vote, and now they’re learning about giving.

Goddard will donate 100 of the winners to Toys for Tots.

To vote for your favorite, click here.

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