35 Insanely Cool Toys For Boys Under $25 on Amazon
This fun tag game for kids with way too much energy
The object of Ultra Dash is simple: When the light on tagger flashes, you need to race to tap the target with that color. Kids can set up their own courses so the game is different every time.
This strange Japanese musical instrument with a bizarre face 🎼
This popular toy is actually a musical instrument: You slide your fingers along the stem to vary its pitch.
This rad voice-changing mask for pint-sized crime fighters
Kids who love to imitate Batman's growl will delight in this adjustable play mask. Includes 3 AAA batteries.
This light-up spider that they can build themselves 🕷️
This posable Lego-like brick set is more than meets the eye: Its pieces can be rearranged to make six different kinds of insects.
This wand that makes absolutely insane giant bubbles
We dare you to find a kid who doesn’t love bubbles bigger than he is. This kit includes a pouch of bubble concentrate, the bubble wand, and a tips and tricks booklet.
This Disney game that promotes creativity and reasoning 💡
In this fun party game, one person from each team gives one-word clues to his or her teammates. The teammates then try to pick their secret Disney characters -- and only their secret Disney characters -- from a 4x4 grid.
This National Geographic fossil kit that includes prehistoric poop 💩
This kit, a mini archeological dig, comes with three real dinosaur fossils: a bone, a tooth, and poop!
This foam dart bow set that kids can to build themselves 🏹
This isn't your ordinary archery set: Kids can build four different bows and blasters with this 165-piece K’nex set. It includes five foam darts, a blaster chamber and two dart holders.
This farting pig game that kids won't stop laughing over 🐷
The goal of Stinky Pig is simple: Don't be left holding the electronic pig when he farts. This highly rated game, modeled after Hot Potato, is inexpensive, hilarious and fun.
These crazy gloves that light up and blink in the dark 💡
Gloves with fingers that light up! They’re gloves! With fingers! That light up! With six different modes and seven different colors, boys of all ages will love testing out the different settings and light patterns.
This playset for making the most fantastic looking Play Doh food
Kids can cook up their favorite Play-Doh recipes (tiny little cakes and cupcakes!) with 5 food attachments, cutters, utensils, and 6 cans of Play-Doh.
This terrarrium kit for kids with tiny green thumbs
Little gardeners have everything they need to create a tabletop garden in this nifty kit. Kids are able to grow organic chia and wheat grass in a plastic mason-style jar and decorate their mini gardens with little figurines, river stones and glow-in-the-dark stickers.
This twist on Monopoly for boys who love football 🏈
In this simplified version of the board game Monopoly, kids move around the board to collect football players to their roster. The game includes team stickers, so everyone can play as their favorite NFL team.
This Lego building set for the aspiring Storm Trooper
Because not every little dude aspires to be a Jedi. Kids will be able to let their dark sides shine through with this awesome Lego set.
This conversation game that makes long car trips fun
This game features 200 family-friendly questions that are designed to start fun conversations, such as: "If you could be a member of any TV family, what family would you choose?"
This electronic lightsaber for re-enacting movie battles
If your favorite young man hasn’t stopped quoting The Last Jedi, this lightsaber will blow his little mind. Be sure to keep an eye on him though—who knows what the dark side will make him do!
This science kit for kids that love crazy weather 🌪️🌋🌨️
With this STEM toy, kids can make a volcano explode, create a vortex in a bottle, manufacture fake snow and even make a solar oven!
This toy that gets grumpier the more you play with it
The more you poke, shake and tilt your Grumblies, the more vocal and unhappy they become. Each has its own personality, along with more than 40 different reactions and sounds.
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