How To Choose The Best Toys For 7 Year Old Boys?

7 year old boys can turn from dinosaur loving, tractor obsessed balls of energy, into budding scientists, avid readers or wannabe DJs almost overnight. It can be really hard to keep up with this and to know what to buy your son for birthdays or Christmases any more! Relax though, we’ve got you covered, with our foray into the best toys for 7 year old boys that are out there.

If you’re looking for a gift for the same age girl, here is our latest list.

Best Toys For 7 Year Old Boys: Reviews

1. HJ 4 In 1 Folding Multi Sports Game Table

Perfect for the budding sports star. This table is versatile and fun, and can change what you play on it in just a few seconds – great news for the ones who change their minds all the time!

What we like about it:

  • Easy to convert from one game to another. You won’t have to spend hours fiddling with this table to get it to change games, meaning more time for playing!
  • Teaches children about four different sports. Your little ones can play Foosball, table tennis, hockey AND billiards on this clever table, making this a very versatile game.
  • Folds up for easy storage. This game won’t take up miles of your sitting room or play room – simply fold it up and pack it away when it’s not in use.
  • Well made and sturdy. With its unbendable steel Foosball rods, and quality materials used for construction throughout, this is a great investment for games for the future.
  • Great for rainy day fun. When the weather is less than perfect and your youngsters are driving you crazy, just set this table up and they will be absorbed for hours!

2. Sonomo Toys Intelligent Programmable Robot

Most children (and many adults!) find robots fascinating. This one is a great start into the world of AI, and all the fun that can be had with it.

What we like about it:

  • It looks super cool. This robot looks like a cross between a Storm Trooper and a space age robot, meaning he will be an instant hit.
  • Controlled by remote and by sensing. This incredibly clever robot can be moved around using the included remote control, and he can also imitate your movements.
  • Rechargeable and requires no batteries. You won’t have to add batteries to your shopping list, as you can just plug this little guy into a USB to recharge him when he gets tired.
  • Great sound effects. As well as his range of movement, this robot has a range of cool sounds that go with his different moves.
  • Can be used as a fun teaching aid. The clever robot sings the alphabet and tells stories as well as moving about, and there is a “science button” on the remote that can tell you cool facts.

3. DMbaby Compact Telescope Binoculars

For any child who loves bird spotting, or fancies playing at being a spy, why not try a pair of binoculars? Simple and fun, these will provide hours of entertainment.

What we like about it:

  • Ergonomically designed. Unlike adult binoculars that may be too large for little hands, this one has been created with children in mind.
  • Soft rubber casing for safety. This protective covering will keep the binoculars safe from accidental dropping, and makes the eye pieces comfortable too.
  • Strong magnification. Going up to 8X magnification, these really are a great pair of binoculars that will help your little one see a long way off.
  • Can encourage outdoor fun. If you have a child who is reluctant to go outside, you can use these binoculars to tempt them – they will love spotting things while they’re out and about!
  • Easy to get them to focus. There is a large central wheel that children can easily manoeuvre to increase or decrease the magnification – the fact that they are easy to use means they will be enjoyed more.

4. LEGO 31089 Creator Sunset Track Racer

Racing cars is great fun, and building them yourself can encourage skills like hand eye coordination and dexterity. Your little ones will love this racer!

What we like about it:

  • Offers three different building opportunities. This is not just a racing car – it can also be taken apart and remade to become an open top race car, or a powerful speed boat.
  • Encourages dexterity and problem solving. Because your kids will have to build this kit themselves (with your supervision, of course), they will have to spend time concentrating and learning to fit small pieces together.
  • Simple and easy to build. Your little ones won’t have the chance to get frustrated with building this set, as it is easy and comes with concise instructions.
  • Promotes creativity and imagination. When you see a pile of Lego pieces, it can be hard to picture them as a fully working car or boat – this set will help your children realise the things that are in their minds.
  • Small enough to be portable. This little kit can be taken out and about with you, making it perfect for visiting friends or relatives.

5. Senston Football Training Ball Size 5

A lot of little boys (and girls, for that matter) love football, and get into it from a very early age. Foster their love of sports with this cool, professional style ball.

What we like about it:

  • Eye catching design. Your children will be the envy of all their friends with the cool design of this ball.
  • It’s the same size as an official ball. This one is an exact replica of the balls that are used for championship matches, giving your child a sense of authenticity.
  • Comes with a pump. In the unlikely event that this balls starts to deflate (which will affect its performance), it can easily be pumped back up to optimum size again.
  • Strong, professional design. This is a multi layered ball, with a Butyl bladder, a layer of high strength Nylon fibre, and finally a layer of non slip, durable PU material.
  • Encourages physical activity. Getting your youngsters outside and running about can sometimes be tricky – but not with this ball in their garden! It will keep them occupied for hours at a time.

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