Clean their rooms? Check. Give up playtime? Yep. Eat spinach every day for a year, maybe not.
According to the retailer's Talking Holiday Toys Survey, 68 percent of kids said they would clean their rooms daily for a year, while 84 percent would work hard and give up playtime. But only 23 percent of kids would eat spinach for a year to get their holiday toys.
The Talking Holiday Toys Survey, which polled 1,009 children between the ages of 3 - 11 and their parents.
While the majority of kids seemed to think their behavior impacts the amount of holiday toys they get, 78 percent of parents plan to buy the same amount of toys for their children regardless of how naughty or nice they've been throughout the year.
A few more interesting stats:
Nearly twice as many kids as their parents say they found their gifts before the big morning (23 percent vs. 14 percent).
The top hiding place? The closet.
The top toy gifts parents want to give: "toys that teach."
Kids top toys: dolls and action figures.