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As I was starting my holiday shopping this year, I sat down and asked my boys what they wanted, then I did a quick Google search of Best Toys Boys ages 10-12. There weren’t a lot of options listed for this age group. Since I was looking I thought you may be too. I hope these tips will help you find the Best Toys Boys ages 10-12.
- Wii U
Things with wheels
- Go cart
Things they can drive
- Radio controlled anything – planes, helicopters, cars
- Whether they have one favorite sport or many, boys always like sports equipment
- Boys also like shirts, caps, etc with their favorite sports star on them, a jersey with their heroes number or name
Encourage a hobby
- Model cars and planes are timeless and encourages creativity
- Musical instruments are also a favorite. Include lessons if necessary.
Just for fun
- I think at some point every child wants a trampoline
- Boards games are also a great idea. I’d stick to a classic if your child hasn’t asked for something specific.
- Cards, dominos, and zig saw puzzles are timeless, good for stocking stuffers and a great way to play and interact as a family.
Did this guide for the Best Toys Boys ages 10-12 help?
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