Here are the best Disney Frozen toys featuring Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, Kristoff and Olaf the happy snowman.
Years after the release of Disney Frozen, many kids still have an intense love affair with this movie. I would definitely argue that this movie and these characters, especially Olaf the Snowman, are equally loved by both girls and boys, and the characters combined with the amazing music has enchanted children everywhere.
Even before the movie won the Academy Award for Best Animated movie,... and the song Let It Go! won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, I have witnessed entire classrooms of children at lunch times spontaneously break out into song. The story has a great theme, reinforcing that true love doesn't always begin when we meet our life partner, but that it starts right with our own family.
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Though this playset is quite expensive, it includes many play items, as The original Frozen castle was a huge success during the holidays, and this castle has different features that include a magical light show and a spiraling icicle chandelier. Dolls are not included with this purchase.
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There are dozens of Elsa dolls available, but there aren't any that allow kids to sing Let It Go into a microphone, while singing along to the feature length version of the song from the movie. Elsa's dress and necklace have twinkling lights. The doll sings in both English and Spanish and kids can be encouraged to share the microphone back and forth, while singing a duet with Elsa.
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Little girls love to dress up and wear jewelry, so it's important that they have a jewelry box to store their keepsakes. The 3 Frozen characters dance to the music and the jewelry box arrives with a ring for a child to wear.
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For kids who love to build and use construction toys like LEGO's, it is now possible for them to build, brick by brick, their very own version of Elsa's ice castle.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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For kids who like fashion doll play, the Anna and Elsa dolls are able to ride together on their musical bicycle, while Olaf rides in the front basket.
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These Princess Anna and Princess Elsa dolls are perfect for younger toddler girls who enjoy playing with larger baby dolls. Dolls can be purchased individually or together.
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This talking doll speaks 15 sounds and phrases from the movie, including the ability to sing, Let it Go! and has a sparkling dress that shines and lights up.
08 of 15For young girls who love to play dress-up, a themed Princess Anna dress includes a bodice with glittery flowers. The dress does not include any zippers or buttons so young children can successfully get the dresses on and off without help.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Whether your child's favorite character is Elsa or Anna or both, Elsa's unique role play costume includes a multi-layer skirt with glittery snowflakes. Similar to Anna's dress, it does not include any zippers or buttons which is perfect for young children.
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For families who enjoy more traditional family games, Matching from Wonder Forge is a classic memory game that features all of the characters and scenes from the movie.
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This snow globe wand plays a music box rendition of the beginning part of the song Let it Go. It is rather heavy, but certainly enchanting for children as they watch snow swirl around Elsa inside the globe.
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80's retro toy and Frozen fans rejoice. Kids can make their own snow cones, just like you did with your Snoopy Snow Cone machine!Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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In the movie, Princess Elsa possess a secret power, where everything she touches with bare hands, transforms into ice or snow. These motion activated gloves make twinkling ice sounds, and a when a button on the glove is pushed, it plays Let it Go!
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Little girls love to emulate princesses and that includes wearing makeup, or styling their Anna or Elsa wig. The vanity set comes with a comb, necklace and barrette, but also plays the song, For the First Time in Forever.
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These fashion dolls include glittery gowns and wear tiaras, when they hold hands, or if the child holds one of their hands, they magically light up and play music.