This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
As the mom to 3 boys, I can say that they are so much harder to buy for than my daughter. Or, at least my two teen boys are difficult. My youngest, who is currently 4, is still at an age where he just likes opening any and all gifts.
When Christmas comes around, I have an incredibly hard time coming up with gifts that aren’t video games for my older sons. This year, though, I’ve been lucky enough to come across 3 awesome ideas that are sure to be a lot of fun for that hard to shop for older kid on your list. These 3 gift ideas for older boys are sure to be a hit!
First up, and one I wish I had when I was child myself, we have the Spybots T.R.I.P. This neat little robot is like a guard dog for your room.
It’ll let you know when there’s an intruder in your room with flashing lights and an alarm, so if you have a sibling who likes to get into your stuff this will be sure to keep them away. The robot will even chase after them to make sure they retreat.
Available at Target for ages 6+, the T.R.I.P. is one of four Spybots Cybernetic Security Robots. Protect your space and collect them all!
Super Wubble Ball
The Super Wubble Ball is really just that, super! It’s super big and super bouncy! In fact, the Super Wubble inflates to 2 ½ feet!
We’ve had some trouble blowing our wubble balls up in the past. Each pack comes with a piece that is to be inserted and blown by mouth. But you have to get it in there just right, which honestly isn’t the easiest.
Once it’s inflated, though, the wubble balls really are a lot fun. And I like that it’s squishy soft and lightweight, so it’s hard to get hurt with it. If you do happen to be a bit rough with the wubble ball, though, it can pop a hole. And so it’s nice that there are 2 that come in this package. Available at Target for ages 6+.
All Pro Passer
Do you have a kid who loves football? Then this is the gift for you! So neat, the All Pro Passer Robotic Quarterback is programmed with the skill, timing and accuracy of a pro quarterback.
This is a great way to stay a step ahead and practice off the field! Simply assemble the easy to put together pieces and begin to play one-on-one, three-on-three or with as many players as you want. You can even practice catching on your own! There are 9 different passing zones, so there are plenty of ways to practice.