January 2015 - Top Picks in Toys for Boys Age 7
The course of the last few years of writing has found me more in-the-know about what youngsters really love in terms of toys. This year, I have revised my top 3 list of the best toys for 7 year old boys, scouring the Internet and local stores for the newest, most exciting knickknacks and gadgets that your kids would love.
Through fairly intense research, I found and devised a top 10 of those toy favorites, and then narrowed it down to the most amazing 3.
Now, I am presenting my findings to you, dear friends and devoted readers - and without further ado, these are the best 3, most entertaining toys for your 7-year old little lads this year.
Air Hogs Zero Gravity Laser Racer RC Car
Most remote-controlled cars focus on smooth-riding across a single terrain, such as smooth asphalt or sleek concreate – but the Laser Racer is entirely unique.
While it does race across the smoothest, sleekest terrain imaginable, it can also off-road onto rougher plains with rugged, all-terrain wheels – and it doesn’t stop there.
These cars actually chase the remote-controlled lasers, defying gravity to capture the lasers anywhere, whether they are traveling upside down on a ceiling or up the walls. The Laser Racer is the end-all for remote-controlled cars this year!
Fisher-Price Imaginext DC Super Friends RC Transforming Bat Bot
Batman is a tried-and-true, classic superhero favorite from way back, and he has been the subject of thousands of toys, dozens of movies and television shows, and millions of stories. However, few have ever really take a look at his plethora of super-cool gadgets, such as the Bat Bot.
This robotic warrior is actually his Batmobile, sparking to towering life. Kids can transform the Bat Bot from automotive mode to robotic mode in a few simple shifts, and a pint-size Batman figurine is along for the ride.
LeapFrog LeapTV Educational Active Video Game System
LeapFrog has revolutionized the way we think about technology for kids, as most of us were hard-pressed to believe that educational gadgets could be a good thing. Going digital in classrooms was another GASP! moment that many are still fighting – and while I can see both views, I can also see where a brand such as LeapFrog could lead the way to positive, digital learning experiences.
Their new Active Video Game System combines exercise, classic controlling, and pointer controls with over 100 educational games, promoting imagination while helping kiddos develop a genuine love for learning an array of awesome subjects.
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