I have two teens, ages 13 and 14, and I know how hard it can be to think of gifts for boys at this age. That's why I put together this ultimate teenager gift guide after being asked several times what a good gift for boys would be age.
Now, this gift idea will be technically tough for teenage boys, but then 3/4 of the boys play video games at this age. This also means that gifts for this age are usually small, but incur high costs.
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Teen boy present guide
Consoles, game and accessories
I think at this age you are either an Xbox or a Playstation family. Honestly, only a few can afford to have both!
XBox One – We are an Xbox family and I would say once again that we choose the 1 terabyte machine and are looking for a cheap bundle offer. The dual controller sets are great because you need two controllers. (UK link/US link)
SEGA Mega Drive Mini (Electronic Games)
The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo entertainment system looks just like the original system and is just smaller. It contains 21 pre-installed games, including Donkey Kong and Mario Kart (UK link/US link)
Games – I think it's important to make your own decisions when it comes to games. We agree that Maxi plays the Star Wars game, even though it's a PEGI 16. But I will not share 18 rated games.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen order
Xbox wireless controller
Gaming Headset (wireless)
We've had real problems with wired headsets in the past. I have no idea what the boys are doing with them to get through so many. The best we've tried is the Steel Series Arctis 3 Console Headset (UK link/US link). That's why both guys use Steel Series Arctis 7 wireless headsets (UK link/US link). They are widely recognized as the best in the industry.
Anyone 10 years and older than 1.42 meters can take the wheel of a brand new Vauxhall Corsa SRi vehicle with a fully qualified ADI instructor. Lessons take place on a private property, which has been developed into a realistic road network with traffic signs, intersections and parking spaces. A drive log is maintained to monitor progress. There have been more than 740,000 lessons to date and more than 65 venues across the UK are available. A great gift for the teenager who has everything.
- riding lessons
- Martial arts lessons
- Art class – we have registered Jennie Maizel's online sketchbook lesson as a family and love it!
- Handicrafts – sewing, knitting, crocheting or even woodwork or pottery
- Season Pass – to a local place like the Forest Discovery Pass (we have one too Dalby forest) National trustsoft play zoo petting zoo English heritage Etc
- Subscriptions – Magazines (Mini gets a one-year subscription from his grandparents for a magazine and he loves it),
- Cinema pass
- Lessons in circus arts
- Skateboard lessons
- surfing lessons
- Visit crack up or another outdoor adventure
- Excursion to a festival or music concert – Maxi has asked for tickets for Stormzy
- Photography lessons
- Motor Boating
- A tour of a soccer field
- A ride on the steam train
- One night in the Whipsnade Zoo
When it comes to books, I know that the Guinness Book of Records always works well. Mini LOVEs read it year after year and find the new records. (UK link/US link). The Gaming Edition is also suitable for this age (UK link/US link).
I love the fact that my boys and many of their friends still enjoy playing physical games. Some of those games we love, like Exploding Kittens (UK link/US link) and bears against babies (UK link/US link) Others take classics like Fortnite Monopoly (UK link/US link).
Other great games are Pandemic Legacy (UK link/US link) – The game begins with a deadly virus that spreads around the world and is perfect for teenagers. Relative madness (UK link/US link) is like cards against humanity, but perfect for playing with the whole family because it's about the family!
Which teen does not love a device, but as a parent I want to buy those he loves and uses.
Sonic Bomb Alarm Clock (UK link/US link) – but maybe that's more for you than for your teenager. After a conversation on Twitter I searched for the ultimate alarm clock and possibly found it. This super loud alarm comes with a bed shaker!
Alexa LED Strip Lights 5 Meters (UK link/US link) This too is on the Christmas list of my two boys. Apparently, they are the last craze when you play. While we're talking about light, Alexa color-changing bulbs seem to be the bomb (UK link/US link).
When it comes to portable speakers, the Wishlist for teenagers is the beats pill, especially when money does not matter. They are beautiful and have a battery life of 12 hours (UK link/US link). However, if you're looking for a cheaper option that still delivers great sound, the Sony Srs-XB12 is a great choice.UK link/US link).
Or maybe your child wants the latest Apple AirPods Pro – I know these would be on Maxi's list, especially as they come with 3 different silicone tips for the perfect fit (UK Link/US link), The standard AirPods are still a good buy as they offer up to 24 hours of listening time and 18 hours of talk time (UK link/US link),
With all these devices, you now need an energy bank (UK link/US link), This large capacity mini power bank is compact and powerful with 20,000 mAh, which means that most phones can be recharged about 7 times.
There is nothing worse than a technology and no-power teenager! Good with this Solar Charger 25000mAh Power Bank, which means that most cell phones can be charged 10 times and tablets 3.4 times (UK link/US link) and it gets charged without it having to be plugged in!
This is one of our most used gadgets (UK link/US link), The Sodastream Crystal is brilliant and, thanks to its glass bottles, ideal for reducing plastic (including the bottles of soda you once bought). We always look for the different syrups when we travel abroad and have Diablo in France.
For the LEGO lovers
LEGO Starward Millenium FalconUK link/US link), With 1,351 pieces, this cool LEGO construction toy puts so much detail in its more than 14 cm high, 44 cm long and 32 cm wide shape. However, if you have no money, you can buy the Collector's Edition (UK link/US link) if you can find it!
Maybe your teenager is more in love with Harry Potter, if so, then check out Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Building Kit 71043 (UK link/US link) The game features a variety of Harry Potter characters, including 4 Harry Potter figures, 27 micro figures, the Chamber of Secrets, the Whomping Willow, and much more from the wizarding world.
How cool is the LEGO 75957 Harry Potter Knight Bus (UK link/US link) The unit is equipped with a hinged side panel, a removable roof, a movable sliding bed and a swinging chandelier. Also included are the cheeky shrunken head and Harry Potter's chest with a magic wand, a letter, a chocolate bar, and a potion bottle.
Maybe your teen is a gasoline head or an engineer, then this LEGO 42110 Technic Land Rover Defender SUV 4 × 4 would be the gift for her (UK link/US link) It features a 4-speed sequential gearbox, 3-differential four-wheel drive, independent suspension and a detailed 6-cylinder engine, and a 2-lever transmission system for high or low gear ratios and a gear shift selector.
I thought teens were too old for trampolines, but my elder proved me wrong. He uses ours not only for fun, but also for stretching and warming up / fading away (UK link/US link), We opted for an oval trampoline.
This England rugby ball light would be perfect for any Ruby fan
So, you have some great ideas for gifts for teens, and now let's go to the section of the stocking pack for the gift guide for teens.
Cheaper Gifts and Stocking Fillers
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