As a boy mom myself, I know first-hand the challenge of finding the just-right gift for a boy. They seem to grow up overnight, and their tastes and interests evolve right along with them. Chances are, he's trading Thomas the Train for video games, Pokemon cards for his very own drone. From the clothes he wears to the games he plays, his taste is evolving seemingly overnight. Whether they like sports, video games, or the top toys for their age group, we found the best inexpensive and useful presents for your guy.
From birthday presents to wow-worthy gadgets, we've rounded up the absolute best gift ideas for 10-year-old boys. Our curated list includes cool presents for 10 year olds, like games, gadgets, books, and more. We've included inexpensive gifts for 10-year-old boys (think less than $25) and super splurges alike (a BMX bike will make him the envy of the whole neighborhood!). Check out our list of gifts for 12-year-old boys and gifts for teen and tween boys for even more ideas for this age group.
Consider personalized gifts for 10-year-old boys to add a special touch and keep them from losing everything (maybe!). If your favorite guy likes to stay active, we've got gifts for 10-year-old boys who like sports (because throwing a football knows no age limit) as well as outdoor gifts for 10 year old boys. Got girls the same age on your list this year? We've rounded up tons of gifts for 10-year-old girls and gift ideas for teen girls, too.
What little boy hasn't dreamed of creating his own comics? With this creative kit, he can do just that and flex his artistic muscles.Parents will love that it gets him off of his device and puts his creativity to work.
What's the best way to get your kid to laugh? Tell them not to! This book just for 10-year-olds will keep him and his friends entertained for hours. Pack it for long car rides to keep the whole family entertained.
See what all the hype is about with this shockingly popular game. It has variable shock control: Low, Medium, or High. Keep it on Low for a 10-year-old, and save the High setting for daring teens and adults.
Whether he's playing video games, watching TV, or flipping through magazines, this comfy chair will be his favorite spot. We especially love the smart side pockets—ideal for stashing books, remotes, and water bottles.
Here's a game you'll love just as much as your kids—guaranteed. Spikeball has grown in popularity over the last few years because it's easy to understand, quick to set up, and a ton of fun. Plus, it sets up and breaks down easily. Pack up the pieces in the drawstring bag and take it to the park, beach, or a friend's house,
He'll be the hit of the neighborhood with this laser tag game. It has everything you need to outfit four players. The set includes target vests, invisibility mode, night vision flashlight, and voice-guided directions.
This teeny-tiny arcade game classic is small enough for him to slip into his pocket or backpack. Introduce him to Frogger and Space Invaders to round out his collection and become an honorary '80s kid!
The premise of this game truly could not be simpler, but kids love it so much that it's a best seller for years now. Just wind up the tops, drop them into the arena at the same time, and let them battle it out to see which lasts the longest. You'd be amazed at the technique kids can find in this game.
Consider this your boredom saver between Christmas and New Year's Eve. Kids can design their own golf course in the house (complete with any furniture obstacles they want to add) and use the app to "drive" the ball straight into the hole!
Let's be honest here—this is a gift for the whole family. With long-lasting battery power (up to 40 hours!), these wireless headphones mean you don't have to listen to what he's listening to. And you won't be telling him to turn it down!
Whether playing inside or out, this camo set of walkie-talkies brings extra fun to just about every activity. Bonus: Use them to call him home for supper when he's out in the neighborhood with friends.
This brand-new Pokémon installment will be released on November 18, just in time for Christmas. Choose from Pokémon Scarlet, Pokémon Violet, or splurge for the combo set. The games are available as digital codes too if you're shopping last-minute.
Think of this as the new and improved version of our beloved Bop It! Crossed Signals uses two different remotes and gives the user commands like moving up and down or shaking the device with just seconds to complete. It includes four different games of varying difficulties and can be played alone or as a group.
Much like a skateboard but with two wheels instead of four, the RipStik (made by the popular Razor brand known for their scooters) helps teach balance and control. Throw in a helmet and pads for safe measure!
This hilarious game will put their drawing skills to the test and have the whole family laughing. You simply put on the included glasses with a pencil sticking out from the nose, and use that to draw pictures.
Sonic is back with a new 3D platform game for 2022. Choose from Nintendo Switch, Playstation, or XBox. He doesn't remember the video game from the early-1990s, but he's likely seen the new movies with the famous hedgehog.
This sleek BMX model regained popularity after the exciting sport took off in the Tokyo Olympics. It's lightweight design makes it perfect for your 10-year-old to speed around the neighborhood or try out some new tricks.
This game has an age of 13+, but it would be an amazing way to encourage your child's spelling and vocabulary without them even noticing! Similar in style to categories, one player draws a card with a topic and the rest of the players have to shout one word that pertains to the topic when it's their turn. The catch? You can't shout a word with any of the letters rolled on the dice. (You can always take a die or two out to make this simpler for younger kids!)
Gamers can always use an extra controller for friends to use or in case one gets misplaced. This fun version celebrates his love of Pokémon, but it's also available with other characters like Mario and Zelda.