The Ultimate Gift Guides for Boys
Boys don’t have to be hard to shop for! Find the perfect gift for young boys of all ages. Here you’ll find a gift guide for baby boys, a gift guide for toddler boys, and a gift guide for preschooler boys.
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Gift Guide for Baby Boys
This is great for older babies who are able to get a ring onto a stick. Perfect for the little ones to work on hand-eye coordination! Blast off into stacking playtime! Recommended for 12+ months.
This colorful table is filled with music and learning for your little person. Introduces numbers, letters, color, shapes, and more! Recommended for ages 6-36 months.
The NogginStik is designed to help parents encourage early milestones and brain development from day one. It encourages visual tracking, grasping and holding skills, and encourages parent/child interaction. Recommended for 0+ months.
This terry cloth bath mitt makes bath time both easier and fun! Your little one will love being cleaned up by a precious puppet friend!
This play mat is colorful and fun! Your baby is sure to enjoy swatting at the toys, listening to the melodies, and examining themself in the mirror. Perfect from birth on!
Babies love cups and cups that stack are even better! I love including this in my gift guide for baby boys! These stack up cups are brightly colored and engaging for little eyes. They are perfect bath toys and great to play with out of the bath! The cups grow with your baby as they begin to learn colors and numbers.
This interactive learning walker is perfect for your almost-toddler. It has all sorts of music, rollers, shape sorters, and so much more! Meant for babies and toddlers 9 months to 3 years.
Fitting shapes into proper holes is a huge developmental milestone for babies! This toy helps little ones learn in a fun way! Ten fun shapes fit nicely into the bucket for storage.
This fun baby rings toy has flexible rings for batting, reaching, grasping, and transferring from one hand to another. The black, white, and red provide contrasting colors that even the littlest babies are attracted to! Perfect from birth on up!
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Gift Guide for Toddler Boys
Who doesn’t need a cute dinosaur stuffed animal in their life? This little guy is the cutest and perfect for beginning imaginative play.
Dump trucks are fun but steel dump trucks are REALLY fun! These steel dump trucks are total old school and a great addition to a gift guide for toddler boys. Get your toddler a classic steel dump truck to help with all their digging needs.
The wonder of water meets the wonder of you. The perfect non-messy coloring board. Fill the markers with water and color all day long!
The perfect instrument to introduce your toddler to the world of music. This ukelele is sturdy for little hands but fully playable and easily tunable!
This mini kitchenette allows toddler to cook up hours of imaginative play. Girls aren’t the only ones who should be in the kitchen. 😉 It is brightly colored and sturdy. Best yet, it comes with a full set of cook wear and dishes!
Gotta keep the sports loving parents happy. 😉 This is the perfect first basketball hoop for your little boy! There always needs to be something sports related in a gift guide for toddler boys.
I know Baby Shark has driven all us parents crazy but our kiddos love it and sometimes we have to suffer for the love of our children. This puppet plays the ENTIRE Baby Shark song! Sorry!
Toddlers are too young for legos but getting them to fall in love with building is still a great idea! This bag full of Mega Bloks allows toddlers to begin building in safety.
Whether or not your toddler enjoys going to the doctor, a medical kit is a fun gift! You child will get to start playing pretend and maybe (just maybe) you’ll be able to cure a phobia!
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Gift Guide for Preschooler Boys
Natural Historian Camera
If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly taking pictures of your kids. Your preschooler will love “being like mama” with his own adorable wooden camera! Your little one can actually look through the three interchangeable lenses!
This old school toy is so much fun! Lite-brites are awesome for fine motor skills for preschoolers. Put the colored peg in the pattern, light it up, and see what you’ve made!
This build your own airplane is perfect for the handy preschooler. If your kiddo loves taking things apart, make it productive and get them something they’re supposed to take apart! This aeroplane set comes with a drill, drill bits, and all the parts to create your sky flyer!
Legos are basically my preschooler’s love language so this box would make his heart sing. I love the classic boxes because they have a ton of open ended building options – perfect for preschoolers’ imaginations. No gift guide for preschooler boys would be complete without legos!
Crashing and Hot Wheels are basically bread and butter for preschoolers. This fun track is perfect for your preschooler who loves cars. There are all sorts of combinations you can make with these tracks to create an epic crash zone!
Play-Doh is controversial but I love that my son loves it! This toy pizza oven play-doh kit looks like a total blast! My gift guide for preschooler boys has to include play-doh and I’d love to hear if yours does too!
These magnet tiles are SO cool. Preschoolers will have hours of entertainment building amazing structures and, more than likely, knocking them down.
Putting on silly little puppet shows is so fun for kids. These finger puppets have sewn in elastic so they have a much harder time falling off little fingers. Giving them puppets to assist their creative story telling is the perfect preschooler gift!
When it’s time to get energy out, your preschooler NEEDS this foam pogo jumper. Not only does it light up, it also has a jump counter so challenging your child to jump 100 times is totally possible.
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What other gift ideas would you add to this list?