It's not too soon to think about what the little ones want for the holidays. Toys R Us has come out with its annual "hot toy" list that includes Frozen figures, Transformers, Legos and more. Take a look at some of the top toys for 2015.
Star Wars BladeBuilders Jedi Master Lightsaber
Kids ages 6 and older can build their own lightsaber. This set comes with components to create more than 100 combinations with lights and sounds; $54.99.
Shopkins Season 3 Fashion Boutique Salon
Ride the Fashion Boutique elevator and check out what's in season in the change room and more. The play set comes with four exclusive Shopkins and two exclusive handbags; $34.99.
Paw Patrol Paw Patroller
The ultimate Paw Patrol play set features enough room to hold up to three vehicles and displays up to six when open. There's a working elevator to lift the vehicles, a functional Ryder's Command Center, a launching pad for Skye and her chopper and more; $59.99.
Guitar Hero Live
For Sony PS4 and PS3, XBox 360 and XBox One, and Nintendo Wii U. Crowds respond to whether or not you're playing well. Rock out in a variety of venues, play along with famous and new music videos; $99.99.
Meccano Meccanoid G15
Kids ages 10 and older can build and program this 2-foot robot, which features voice-recognition technology and Learned Intelligent Movement to mirror kids' speech and movements. It can say thousands of phrases, tell jokes, play games, initiate conversations, and retain information; $179.99.
Smart Toy Bear
The Fischer-Price bear adapts to developmental changes while remembering your child's name, favorite colors, foods and more. The toy suggests adventures that they should go on together, along with stories and games; $99.99.
Star Wars: Episode V11 The Force Awakens R2-D2 Interactive Robotic Droid
The remote control sends instant and pre-programmed commands to the droid. The robot also features 10 buttons that program more than 1,000 action combinations, voice-activated responses, sound effects with coordinating head movements and he also projects image of Princess Leia on the wall; $159.99.
Nerf N-Strike Modulus ECS-10 Blaster
Build your own blaster featuring more than 30 combinations, a targeting scope, drop grip and dual-rail barrel. The blaster can launch the included darts at targets up to 90 feet away; $49.99.
Disney Junior Doc McStuffins Take Care of Me Lambie
The plush Doc McStuffins Lambie comes with Doc's stethoscope, thermometer, otoscope and sticker bandages. Press Lambie's tummy to hear her laugh or sing a song, and she features more than 50 interactive responses, including sounds, lights and movement; $49.99.
Imaginext Ultra T-Rex
This 2.5-foot dino walks forward and roars. With a press of his power pads, his eyes light up and his mouth opens and closes with chomping sound effects. He comes with three Imaginext figures and launchable boulders and projectiles, for kids ages 3 and older; $99.99.
Journey Girls 2015 Italy Holiday Giovanna Doll
A Toys R Us exclusive, the Journey Girls 2015 Italy Holiday Giovanna Doll wears a long red ball gown, drop earrings, a furry shrug, a clutch wristlet, a bracelet, gloves and shows; $49.99.
Little Live Pets Clever Keet
Clever Keet is an interactive bird that talks, sings and dances. The set comes with a perch and swing as well as a cart that he can drive himself; $59.99.
Barbie Saddle 'N Ride Horse
Clip Barbie's hand to the horse's mane, push the button on the horse's brow and the doll swings up onto the saddle. Then, push the button on the horse's pink plastic ribbon to release the Barbie doll. She's adorned with a patterned tunic, a denim cropped jacket, pink plastic pants, tall riding boots and a pink helmet; $49.99.
Lego DimensionsStarter Pack
Kids ages 10 and older can merge physical Lego brick-building with interactive console game play. Includes a Toy Pad to transport special Lego mini-figures and vehicles into the game; $99.99.
Bright Beats Dance & Move BeatBo
Fisher-Price toy features a multi-color LED grid belly and introduces little ones to the alphabet, colors, counting and more; $39.99.