14 Awesome Toys for 4 Year Old Boys
For the builder who loves to name his creations
It's hard to go wrong when you give the gift of magnetic blocks! They spark creativity, they stick together magically (the magnets help, but we prefer to call it magic), and as an added bonus, these blocks from Magbuilder also help kids learn their letters.
For the boy who loves to ride the rails
This affordable, battery-powered electric train car has a motion sensor that causes the train to change direction when needed (like if it's headed towards a wall or mom's shin), swivel wheels that turn 360 degrees, and it plays train sounds set to music.
For the future game show contestant
Got a boy who gets a kick out of answering, "I'll take 'Breakfast Foods That Start With Pancakes,' Mom," when you ask what he wants to eat in the morning?
Well, this set of four flashing buzzers will brighten his days and add a little humor to yours!
For the boy with plots to hatch
He's sneaky, but in the most loveable way.
Your new four-year-old will love being able to plan and scheme with you with these child-sized walkie-talkies. They have three channels, a 2 mile range, and even a built-in flashlight.
For the creative jokester
Squigz! The toy where you connect your Skooch and Wonkity to your Gobnob with suction! No, seriously.
Squigz are flexible silicone tubes that stick together with suction and pull apart with a pop. They're perfect for fun, creative building, and make a great bathtime toy as well.
For active boys in need of new outlet
The teeter popper is a simple, wobbly, plastic bucket board with suction cups along the bottom. It's not a balance board, it's not a skateboard, it makes popping noises, and it's going to give that tireless boy of yours a new way to be active!
For your jumping Jack (or Ian, or Jayden, or Dominic...)
It's a great pogo stick for the younger set — it has soft foam handles and a wide foam base so that it's easier and safer for them to get their jump on. It also lights and up and squeaks with every jump and that's never not fun. Never.
For the young citizens of Gotham
Legos? Check. Batman? Check. Superman and Lex Luther? Now it's a party.
Your Gothamite will use easy-to-build models to create the Batcave, the Batmobile, and Lex Luther's...whatever that contraption is.