HISD's Longfellow Elementary students pick top toys this season

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and that means the all-important wish list. It was a tough job for a select group of students at HISD's Longfellow Elementary.

Student Corry Bell said, "I felt very honored because I was one of the students who got recommended."

Surveying their peers to find out what tops their lists and presenting it to all the elf's ears who are listening.

Jasmine Williams said, "You should watch this, really watch this. It will help you in finding the perfect toy for your children."

Some of the requests took the committee by surprise as student Clair Assad said, "The strangest toy that got asked for me was scissors."

Williams demonstrated a favorite girl gift the "Password Journal", keep secrets safe with a special code word.

"I have friends and cousins who were trying to get in it and when they do I just talk to it to get in it," Williams said.

Coming up with the list was a lot of work.

Bell said, "It was a little bit of pressure because we didn't know how it was going to go at first."

1 Money
2 Movies
3 Gift cards
4 Nerf guns
5 Sports stuff
Source: HISD Longfellow Elementary Annual Toy Survey

1 Money
2 Clothes
3 Play nail sets
4 Play jewelry
5 Play makeup
Source: HISD Longfellow Elementary Annual Toy Survey
Now that they've counted down the toys they'll be counting the days, until they can open what's under the tree.

To see the complete HISD Longfellow Elementary Annual Toy Survey

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