Gift ideas for tween boys was one of the most popular requests when I polled y’all for which guides you needed this year. I did lots of research and digging and am feeling really good about this round-up.
And Thomas wants every single item on this list.
To be honest, as Thomas has gotten older I’ve found it more fun to shop for him. His interests are getting stronger and it’s been really cool to see his hobbies grow.
And before we dive in, I want to say THANK YOU for shopping through my links. Your support truly means the world to me and I hope this Tween Gift Guide makes shopping a little easier for you!
Gift Ideas for Tween Boys
I’ve changed up my template this year and hope it makes your shopping easier! I am NOT tech savvy at ALL and it took me half a day just to figure out how to put the image/links/descriptions together like this! But I am SO excited with how this all turned out. I hope you like this layout!
The waterproof smartwatch that fosters independence while helping to provide parents a little peace of mind. Includes interactive features like a step tracker to encourage healthy habits, GPS locator, to-do lists with rewards, and you can set up to 10 trusted contacts that kids can send voice notes to, call, or text.
This novel remote control car with aerodynamic design has “Wall/Floor” Dual Modes, it can climb steadily on the ground, smooth walls, mirrors, windows, and even on the ceiling!
15. Fishing Rod
Slingshot spincast reel and fiberglass fishing rod two-piece combo. The reel features a patented no-tangle design and simple push-button mechanics for ease of use making this reel great for both beginners and experienced anglers.
Need some additional gift ideas for slightly younger boys? You may like my Little Boys Gift Guide!
Gift Guides You May Like
- Gift Guide for Little Boys (Ages 5-7)
- Kids Gift Guide (Boys, Girls & Experience Gifts)
- Gift Guide for Kids (Ages 2-6)
- Stocking Stuffers for Everyone
- Top Rated Kids Toys
A few of my favorite non-toy & experience gift ideas:
A guinea pig! But read this post first.
Trip to Great Wolf Lodge
Trip to the Zoo (Check out Lazy 5 Ranch for the locals)
Trip to the Aquarium
Science Center membership (Discovery Place membership for the locals)
Magazine subscriptions (National Geographic Kids / Sports Illustrated Kids / Highlights For Children)
Cooking Classes (Flour Power Kids Cooking Studio or Chef Alyssa’s Kitchen for the locals)
Carowinds season pass
Music lessons (guitar, piano, etc.)
Gift card or dinner at a Hibachi Steak House (we like Nakato)
Yes! Check out my Gift Guide for Little Boys (Ages 5-7)
I will post this one closer to Christmas! In the meantime, check out my Stocking Stuffers for Everyone post.