Friday, November 7, 2014

The Best Toys for Your Little Guys in 2014

Little boys are an enigma – to say the least. You can be raising the perfect little angel one minute, and a rambunctious pint-size terror the next – and a good amount of the time, those moments of hyper tyranny are caused by boredom! 

Lads of all ages have ever-shifting interests in unique toys and gadgets throughout their childhoods, which means parents need to be on their toes when it comes to the latest trends, such as the best toys for boys 2014.

To keep your kiddo entertained, I have hand-picked and short-listed a top-notch ranking of 3 awesome boys’ toys – each versatile and reliable for long-lasting play as your little prince’s interests evolve.


LeapFrog LeapTV Educational Active Video Game System

Leading the way with innovative learning games, LeapFrog has increased the popularity of their interactive gaming systems by putting your kids in the action.

While these game systems can be played with traditional controllers, they’re more well-known for their motion sensing abilities.

Kids can interact with characters and scenes in their very own educational games by exercising their bodies, as well as their minds.


Air Hogs Zero Gravity Laser Racer RC Car

Holy WOW! First – let me ask – what do you think of when you think of someone defying gravity? For me, it would be an astronaut, floating in the anti-gravity of outer space. Oh, look! A comet! Haha – but really, we often associate anti-gravity with somewhere without gravity, such as outside of our atmosphere.

However, the Laser Racer is completely changing the way we think when it comes to gravity defying skills. This remote-controlled car can race anywhere – and I do mean ANYWHERE. It can speed across the floor, climb the walls, and zoom across the ceiling – all while chasing down a laser light.


NERF Zombie Strike Crossfire Bow Blaster

The past few decades has seen NERF crawl to the top of the brands list for blasters, and they release a new toy every year. This year, their collections are all about zombies and backyard battles with the undead. Kids can play in teams with other ‘survivors’ of the zombie apocalypse, or they can practice their undead elimination with targets around the yard. These crossfire blasters look and operate like real working bows, and they have a quartet of firm darts that bounce off zombies upon impact. This means the friends who play the roles of flesh-eaters are left with giggles, not booboos.


A fun addition to this article - here is a pretty nifty little slideshow with some more tips on toys for boys this year:

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