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Disney ‘Frozen’ toys

Kidsday reporters from left, Keira Lovett, Carley Callow

Kidsday reporters from left, Keira Lovett, Carley Callow and Ashley Waldron tested out the new Frozen toys. Credit: Newsday / Pat Mullooly

We tested some “Frozen” toys. Here are our reviews:

Carley tested Disney Frozen Elsa’s Ice Palace Playset (Mattel). You may need some adult help building it. It comes with accessories for the game. It also has a light-up floor, which is really cool. I love this toy because it is great to play with your younger siblings and younger friends. It does not come with an Elsa doll. It is fun to be creative with it!

AGES 6 and older.

RATING 5 smiles

Carley tested the Disney Frozen Elsa Singing Doll (Mattel). She wrote: This toy is a doll of Elsa that sings the song “Let it Go” from the movie “Frozen” when you press the button on Elsa’s chest. Elsa is wearing the blue gown from the movie. I think this is a great toy for girls like me. I like this toy because I like the movie “Frozen.” I love the dress and shoes that Elsa is wearing, which look just like what she had on in the movie.

AGES 4 and older

RATING 4 smiles

Keira tested the “Frozen” version of Operation (Hasbro). She wrote: It has a photo of Olaf on it and mini Olafs in the holes. You try and get the mini Olaf out of the holes without touching the sides. If you get it out then you keep it until the end of the game. If you do not get it out of the hole, then you hand the tweezers to the next person. My opinion on this game is almost great! What I like about it is that it’s an awesome game to play with your family. My family is really competitive. One thing that I didn’t really like was the fact that the Olafs were almost all the same shape.

AGES 6 and older

RATING 3.5 smiles

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