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Top 10 Best Toys For Boys 2015

Updated on February 2, 2015

Nowadays the line between the selections of toys for boys and girls are rather tentative. Sometimes it seems these signs “for boys, age 3-7” are more helpful for family friends and relatives who happen to be invited to some party or celebration and find themselves absolutely at loss in a supermarket. “What gift should I buy? How old is he? Six, fine… Oh look, the box says it’s for 3-7-year-old boys! He’s going to like it”. However, even being a parent cannot guarantee that you will find a perfect gift easily – there are too many options! Here is a guide to the Top 10 Best Toys for boys. It will come in handy in this year, won’t it?

Check Amazon.com for more information about these (and many other) toys.

Maisto R/C Rock Crawler (Colors May Vary)
Maisto R/C Rock Crawler (Colors May Vary)

Maisto R/C Rock Crawler

Radio controlled toy is a classic of the genre. You may ask a serious man in his thirties if he likes this sort of things, and the answer is very likely to be “yes”. However, this Maisto R/C Rock Crawler is not just one more car to get in line under the bed and be neglected soon. This vehicle will show its assertiveness and fight its way through any road. Two motors make it possible to climb over anything comparable to its wheels’ size (keep that hamster the boy got last Christmas off its way!). Good news: its tri-channel transmitter makes truck battles of two or three Rock Crawlers possible as well!

Fisher-Price Imaginext Batbot
Fisher-Price Imaginext Batbot

Fisher-Price Imaginext Batbot

Gone are the days when toy robots knew only the word “Fire! Fire!” After a hundred of times when the robot shouted it out, you often felt like throwing it out of the window, but the child wouldn’t appreciate such a move. Now it’s not that bad. We are glad to announce that the Fisher-Price Imaginext Batbot is way more talkative than its predecessors, and its vocabulary includes over 100 phrases and sound effects. Besides, it is a two-in-one toy – it can be a robot or a tank! It means you got more chances that the toy would not make the boy bored in a couple of days. Nobody can guarantee this, though, but the Batbot is worth giving a try.

Zoomer Dino
Zoomer Dino

Zoomer Dino

If the boy is really into questions of how to train a dinosaur or some other sharp-toothed creature, the Zoomer Dino is likely to please him. This toy is a smart one, as it can learn plenty of things – walking, roaring, even dancing! You can even change its mood (a hint: pulling on its tail drives the Dino really crazy, so watch out!). However, careful taming can turn it into the friendliest dinosaur you have ever seen. Assuming that you don’t have so many prehistoric creatures in your surroundings, this title is not very hard to get for the Zoomer, but this fact doesn’t make it any less nice.

Nerf Walkie Talkies
Nerf Walkie Talkies

Nerf Walkie Talkies

Modern children are very knowledgeable in all things hi-tech, so a toy should be very up-to-date and very realistic to please your little nerd. The Nerf Walkie Talkies seems to be a great option for him and his friends. They will be able to keep in touch while being up to a thousand feet away! Quests, camping and scouting will become more adventurous with this walkie talkie set. Moreover, the Morse code button will let your little snooper keep his secrets from nosy parkers. Parents will also find them helpful for keeping in touch with their child when being out of eyeshot during walks or in the next room.

Perplexus Epic
Perplexus Epic

Perplexus Epic

The Perplexus Epic is definitely true to its name. The only drawback is that a child risks never getting a chance to play it, as there will be too many of those eager to give it a try (adults, get in line!). If your child has already mastered the Perplexus Original, this newer version is ready to throw out a real challenge. It will keep your child occupied for hours, as the maze is extremely artful. Its obstacles require full concentration and a great deal of patience. The producers say that this toy is helpful for developing hand-eye coordination, but we would rather call it the best exerciser to develop a will power and self-control.

Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX
Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX

Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX

Get ready to the fact that your backyard will turn into the ATV riding track! The Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX provides a full range of adventures available for race drivers. Its imposing size and large wheels do not cause any loss of speed, so this toy quad is no worse than its smaller colleagues. The only thing not to be neglected is the battery which needs regular charging (and this is something for adults to take care of, as your little racer is unlikely to be thinking of such small stuff). The Kawasaki looks really impressive, so the kid is very likely to fall in love with it even before giving it a try.

Playhut Jake and the Neverland Pirates - Bucky Play Structure
Playhut Jake and the Neverland Pirates - Bucky Play Structure

Playhut Jake and the Neverland Pirates - Bucky Play Structure

If you are looking for an all-around gift for the kid, this one may be a perfect option. You will get a pirate ship, a playhouse and a mini-basketball facility at once! With plenty of room inside, the playhut is not only for the captain, but for a small crew as well. When folded, it does not take much space, and when set up, it looks nice and compact. The material is very soft and pleasant to touch, and does not make this rustling noise common to tent fabrics. The Jake and The Neverland Pirates Bucky Pirate Ship Playhouse is easy to set up, so it won’t cause much trouble for adults or kids.

LEGO Minecraft, Micro World 21102
LEGO Minecraft, Micro World 21102

LEGO Minecraft, Micro World 21102

The Minecraft obsession is still in effect, so buying a Minecaraft-themed toy is probably one of the surest options. The LEGO Minecraft will help unglue your kids from their tablets and show them the exciting world of erector sets. Over 400 LEGO pieces will give free play to fancy, as the opportunities to create are practically endless. Building your own little Minecraft world has never been as exciting, because here you can feel every block with your own hands and contemplate your creation come alive at any moment… Just don’t forget to give it back to your kid after you have played with it to your heart’s content!

Little Tikes Attach in Play Basketball Set
Little Tikes Attach in Play Basketball Set

Little Tikes Attach in Play Basketball Set

Your would-be basketball star needs decent training facilities at home! The Attach in Play Basketball set is an ideal option for kids aged 2 and upward. Once attached to the door, this hoop can be re-set at three different heights, so you won’t need to take it off and reinstall every time you notice you kid is too big for a certain level. The Little Tikes Basketball set is a real space-saver for smaller rooms where larger sporty toys can be a nuisance. A hint: do not put it on your favorite door (if you have such), as the poor thing is going to suffer a lot of beating from the budding athlete.

Nerf N-Strike Elite: Strongarm Blaster (Colors may vary)
Nerf N-Strike Elite: Strongarm Blaster (Colors may vary)

Nerf N-Strike Elite: Strongarm Blaster

This colorful thing is not as simple as it seems. This is a darts blaster that will make the kid the fastest sniper in the heat of a battle. Let the opponents tremble under this stream of darts! The auto-advance barrel with six darts will allow feeling like an action movie hero who never has to reload the gun. Despite its imposing size, the Nerf N-Strike Elite Strongarm Blaster is quite light and easy to carry, so it won’t affect mobility in battle. Not only your kid is going to have lots of fun with this blaster, but grown-ups will do as well – the thing is also great for office warfare and outdoor activities.

Check Amazon.com for more information about these (and many other) toys for boys. Considerable discounts and free delivery are often offered, so don’t miss the opportunity to get the best items at lower prices.

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