Whether you seek baseball trainers, kites, or waterslides, finding perfect gifts for 7 year old boys is a wondrous process. Add other amazing selections that include geode searching, astronaut helmets, brain games like chess, analytical puzzles, and strategic board games, and breathe deeply as your boy learns, grows, and evolves.
With the legendary Ghostbusters movie back on the big screens, your boy will want to help fight, blast, and chase ghosts, goblins, and ghouls. The electronic proton backpack and blaster is equipped for hunting demons with glow-in-the-dark mini figures that project phantom silhouettes on walls for ultra-spooky paranormal experiences. Beware, specters.
If you’re seeking invigorating gifts for 7 year old boys, the unmitigated joys of flying a kite are beyond compare. This easy to launch, ultra-large, delta/rainbow kite boasts 200 feet of premium kite string for ultimate outdoor experiences, and with easy-to-store features and unique patterns, endless delights are in the sky and forever heartfelt.
Foster the engineer in your youngster and have them build a space shuttle explorer with 285 pieces of LEGO and their brainpower. With large engines, robotic arms, satellite with foldout wings, and a mini-figure cockpit with tinted canopy, this 3-in-1 LEGO model rebuilds into a moon station and space rover while the universe awaits reconnaissance.
Originally one of Marvel Comics’ infamous supervillains and now an ever-popular antihero, Deadpool remains supercool to kids and adults both. This collectible, stylized, multi-award winning version is POP vinyl from Funko, stands at 3.75-inches tall, adorned in a robe and displayed in a pristine box; Deadpool awaits a prime spot on a prized shelf.
There’s something alluring about ladybugs and with the Original Ladybug Land, your youngster will learn to appreciate their considerable functionality. From the lady birds’ larvae growing, molting, pupating, and eventually developing into the bright red spotted flying insect that we know as the ladybug, your child will marvel at each stage with rapture and enlightenment.
For boys batting to be the next great baseball player, this baseball trainer is the optimal coach. It’s easy to use, it helps batters with their “top-half” hitting with a variety of pitches at different speeds, and the zip-and-hit allows your future star to focus on stance, swing, eye-tracking, and techniques. Next on-deck, your son.
On a quest for incomparably matchless gifts for 7 year old boys? Look no further than LEGO, Mrs. Incredible, Mr. Incredible, and The Underminer. Add a bank vault with a breakaway door, seven-inch long tunneler with spinning drill bits, an Incredible with Quick Start chassis, and gold, money, and loot sack, and unlimited thrills await.
Challenge your moppet’s noggin with analytical puzzles that will keep their brains twisting to solve problems, and uncurling to think strategically. With 12 puzzle pieces, 200 puzzles, the guidance of a 48-page illustrated book, and a sturdy carrying case, your problem solving analyst will get a charge out of constructing and deciphering on the go.
The one and only Stretch Armstrong gloriously returns after 40+ years. More than a mere plastic action figure, Stretch is unbreakable, begging to be stretched, pulled, squeezed, and tied in knots, and at 12-inches in length, Stretch will span four feet. Collectors will appreciate the box while ardent fans continue to honor Stretch Armstrong’s history.
Hamper Hoops is the answer to both the basketball player in training and Mom’s laundry needs. This two-in-one over-the-door basketball hoop features a backboard, hoop, net, and spacious removable laundry bag which unzips at the bottom. It turns chores into the next NBA play-off game and trains the next LeBron, Stephen, or Kevin.
The legendary Black Panther mantle has been passed down through generations of Wakandan royalty and now resides within the legendary mind, heart, and mask of T’Challa. The courage, conviction, and spirit of your boy will thrive with the illuminating light effects, movie-inspired design, flip-down lens, and imaginary power of this mask.
Venting frustrations, learning self-defense, and offering physical fun are a few advantages to gifting your lad with the Socker Bopper power bag. Weighted at the bottom and inflated with air, punching this bag won’t hurt your boy as the bag bounces back, while words like wham, bop, and zonk provide spontaneous giggles and appreciated calming.
For young ones aspiring to be Bobby Fischer or Garry Kasparov, the game of chess epitomizes strategic thinking. This no stress version includes a two-sided chess board – one with instructions, the other for real-time play – 16 each of black and ivory pieces, 56 action cards, ample instructions, and results that include increased brainpower and self-confidence.
The oohs and ahs of seeing a magician perform are unforgettable, so surprise and delight your sweet wizard-to-be with their first magic set. Find 20 easy to learn tricks like making candy disappear as well as a magic wand, instruction book and DVD, and a box filled with puzzles, color cubes, crayons, and tricks. Abracadabra.
Even when you’re enjoying a relaxing swim in your pool, there’s no escaping the Galactic Empire: it’s the Star Wars, 14-inch light-up beach ball. Designed to impersonate the infamous spacecraft from the Star Wars films, the impact-activated LED lights within create a brilliant nighttime effect, display awesome Death Star graphics, and make ultra-cosmic gifts.
The name National Geographic invites all to read on. With the Break Open Geodes kit, your youngster will discover 10 extraordinary crystals including quartz, calcite, or amethyst, as well as a 16-page, full-color learning guide that describes how geodes are formed. Add safety goggles, a display stand, and innate curiosity, and wondrous exploration takes place.
UNO’s classically reinvented matching card game graced by a Super Mario Bros thematic promises and delivers great fun for your youngster. The first player or team with 500 points wins, underscoring teamwork, hoopla, strategy – players vary from 2 to 10 – and travel worthiness, with thumbs up from Mom. Super Mario Bros and UNO rule.
Your lad will be the envy of his schoolmates when he displays the ultra-cool LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader LED head lamp. Both fun and functional, the 3.5-inch pocket-sized, super-bright figurine emits LEDs through its feet and chest meaning light everywhere, while the soft elastic headband with its padded buckle stretches to fit most sizes.
Summer sun begs for a refreshing glide down a water slide. This inflatable poolside version features five air chambers, six heavy duty handles, and lots of fun wave graphics. Assembly is simple: attach a garden hose to this sturdy, 20-gauge vinyl slide – which includes repair patches – then smile as your kids slip and shimmer.
Adoring UNO players will sing many praises towards this special Emojis themed game. With similar tactics as basic UNO, the extra-special rules in this game require players to make and hold hilarious emoji expressions. So, for those looking for outrageously outlandish and totally guffaw-worthy games for 7 year old boys, your search is over.
For boys who need to be somewhere, the high-flying Jetts™ by Razor® were created for them. It’s about stepping up, strapping down, and taking off: easily removable and replaceable spark pads, 50mm urethane wheels, and a heavy-duty frame with hook-and-loop strap. Your youngster is safe and he looks cool; latter is what matters to him.
Savor whole-family fun while you can with the Whoowasit? Board Game. The game involves a castle, an evil wizard, and an electronic talking chest which provides clues at random, and with three levels of difficulty renowned for promoting strategy, memory skills, and teamwork, you and your family will enjoy treasured evenings of fun and revelry.
The beauty, functionality, safety, and durability of this fidget spinner represent a mere handful of great qualities for this toy. Modeled after the notorious “Golden Snitch” from Harry Potter fame, this spinner offers multiple benefits, including the provision of focus, deep thought, stress relief, and issues like nail biting, leg shaking, and being an adult.
While this game is touted as hilarious, fun-filled, and family-friendly – with hearty agreement on all counts – the mere mention of a toilet garners giggles, goofiness, and guffaws among many, young and old. The game generates the same: players determine which flush causes water sprays and spatters ensue. Undeniably splashy gifts for 7 year old boys.
Han Solo and Qi’ra are on a mission and your boy has been chosen to assist. The LEGO Star Wars Han Landspeeder features an open two mini-figure cockpit, removable engine, rear storage compartment, two spring-loading shooters, and two blaster pistols. Among many Han Solo chases and scenes, your youngster will learn courage, determination, and fearlessness.
Designed for both beginners and professionals, the plastic 3×3 color puzzle cube features hours of brain exercising events and treasures. The materials are non-toxic, lightweight, and comfortable in the hand, while skills learned include improvement of concentration, hand-eye coordination, spatial thinking, and overall cognitive skills. A must have for keeping minds sharp.
Your youngster will flourish into a trainer with the assistance of the Pokémon Complete Trainer Kit. The kit includes a fire-type adjustable belt with two balls, a Flareon figure, and a fire-type pouch which accommodates six Poké balls and multiple Pokémon figures. The results underscore a trainer who wears his bandolier with pride and distinction.
The aspiring astronaut in your child will appreciate this wonderfully realistic astronaut helmet which boasts incredible design, quality construction, and myriad amazing details. With a tinted movable visor and particulars like a USA flag, NASA logo, and colorful decals, the helmet is a fun costume accessary. Applaud imaginary lift-offs with your moonwalker, Buzz, and Sally.
A party at your house takes on a new meaning with Airzooka, the “fun gun.” Easy to set up, fun to play, and a perfect indoor game, it’s about pointing and shooting a harmless ball of air and watching your opponents receive and react to your blast. No batteries required; fun, giggles, messed-up hair guaranteed.
Make their dreams of becoming an astronaut come to life with this awesome duvet set. The duvet cover and pillowcase are printed with a high quality rocket which your child can climb inside and set off to space, if that’s where their dreams take them.$119.00
Whether you’re a fan of old school Scooby Doo or the new and updated version, this LEGO set is bound to stir up some memories for both you and your son. You can use the bricks to build an awesome Mystery Plane, and use Shaggy and Scooby to unmask the Headless Horseman.
Teaching your kids how to play the traditional card games is so much fun, but instead of using a standard deck of cards to play with, why not use this set? Perfect for playing rummy, you can use the included treasure chips to keep score of who’s winning.
Angry Birds have been around for a while now, but there’s still so many fans of them, especially since they released their movie. This LEGO kit comes with 620 pieces which, when put together, build a Piggy Pirate Ship which has moving paddles and oars along with a galley underneath the deck.
When we put our children to bed, we hope that they’ll drift off gently to sleep. But with this dinosaur duvet set, bedtime will quickly become roar-some and you won’t have to fight them to go to sleep. Who knew that snuggling up with a T-Rex would get them to go to bed?Prices vary
There’s so much about space that we don’t know; we’re only a small part of what is out there. Give your child a taste of space exploration with this awesome science kit. He’ll be able to see what the sand on Mars is really like as well as read the book and learn some space-tastic facts.$25.95
LEGO is great for expanding your child’s imagination, and kits like this can be used for their role playing games. They’ll be able to build their own Mini-tropolis complete with coffee shop, tram stop and a news stand, and it also comes with 12 minifigures which bring the City Square to life.
Perfect for your weekly game night, this board game is perfect for the whole family and will help to improve your strategy skills. It’s so simple to play – you have to stake your claim over the board by placing as many of your colored blocks as you can…but they can only touch at the corners.
7 year old boys love all things construction, especially the vehicles which are used. Your son can now drive his own excavator transport around with this LEGO kit, which comes with a transport truck and an excavator which has an articulated arm and rotating cabin.
This science kit has over a dozen activities for your curious scientist to conduct. He’ll have so much fun watching the “vanishing beads” and “disappearing water”, but he’ll have even more fun discovering the science behind the different experiments. It’ll make a perfect rainy day activity.$20.00
If there’s a guaranteed way to get your child interested in something, it’s to get them involved in it. This personalized book does just that, as it contains your son’s name throughout as he explores our solar system with a super cool alien family.$35.00
Gnomes don’t just belong in the garden, guarding our ponds. Bring this little plush one home with you and give him somewhere warm to live. At just 7.5”, he’s the perfect size for your child to look after, love, and play loads of games with.
Put your child in the middle of the action with this LEGO City Chase set. He can use the bricks inside to put together a police helicopter with spinning blades, along with a police car – they’ll work together to try and catch the robber, Chase McCain, as he tries to escape.
There’s still so much to be discovered in our oceans, from shipwrecks and hidden treasure to new and undiscovered species. Give your son a taste of these adventures with this awesome LEGO Explorers kit which allows him to dive into the deep oceans and see what’s lurking in the dark.
This adorable game makes learning math equations fun, and in a way which your child will enjoy. Similar to Scrabble, this numerical version will improve their recognition of numbers as well as their addition, subtraction, and multiplication with the help of Mobi, the soft plush mathematical whale.$20.00
Ferdinand is a friendly dragon, renowned for both his feistiness and his huge eyes that speak of enduring love for friends who adore him unconditionally. A gentle squeeze or hug, however, releases unfriendly flatulence and Ferdinand’s uncomfortable expression – part embarrassment, part irk – resulting from poor digestion. A ‘fragrant’, fun gift for 7 year old boys.
This card game is intended for those who read The Oatmeal. Enough said. This highly-strategic, kitty-powered version of Russian Roulette involves drawing an Exploding Kitten card. A defuse card saves kitty’s day with belly rubs and catnip sandwiches while other cards move, mitigate, or avoid feline detonations – the most-backed, crowd funded project in history deserves playing.
Sammy is sweet, plush, loves cuddling, and his large eyes reflect his never-ending affection for those who love and care for him. If one touches Sammy behind his ears, though, be on the lookout for the proverbial upside-down-smile. Moral of the story: Hug Sammy Suckerpunch with extra care behind the ears. Cuddles and love await.
This mom’s tutorial provides details on how to build a target for kids learning how to pitch baseballs and throw footballs. The easy process involves using a three-tiered PVC frame, canvas, and fabric paint, with simple instructions explained on the site. It’s easy to construct, inexpensive to make, and guarantees physical activity and fun.
If your youngster is attached to their skateboard, read on. The guest blogger is a mom who makes slings for her boy’s skateboard and the instructions are easy to follow, the results are palatable – cool and hip – and it frees up your kid’s hands. A blog worth checking out as there are many nifty projects.
Make your own homemade magic kit by mirroring this mom’s easy to follow, inexpensive, “I have these in my home” materials. From paper bags to jars, ribbons, playing cards, and stones, the materials are accessible, inexpensive, and the creativity is boundless. This is a fun, sweet blog and definitely worth a glance.
The night sky isn’t always clear enough for you to get a good view of the stars and their constellations. Make sure that your son can always look at the twinkling stars before bed with this DIY constellation flashlight which has interchangeable discs with different constellations on each.
Not only do these DIY Japanese windsocks look really effective, but they’re also super easy to make. Using this tutorial, you’ll be able to make a variety of them, all in different colors and designs, and it’ll make a super fun project for you to do with your kids.
Perfect for little boys who refuse to keep gloves on to keep their hands warm, these DIY monster mittens might change their mind. Choose the design and color to make sure that you produce something your son will love, and there won’t be any more fights to get him to wear them!
Simple toys are the best, especially when you’ve made them out of materials you usually would have put into the garbage. These DIY tin can stilts are a great example of that – you get more use out of those old cans, and your kids will enjoy tottering around on them.
Make sure that his colored pencils and crayons all stay together with this super colorful DIY pencil case. It’s a great way for you to use up those old pieces of felt which you have lying around, and your kid will always be able to find his pencils whenever he wants to draw.