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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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If you want to find gifts for boys age 10-13, here are the top 10 gifts for this year.

Shopping for a 10-13 year old boy this year? You may see a lot of video games or electronics on the list, but there a ton of other great options to give this year!

Check out the list below for gift ideas that are great for those who love to play games, build things and more. Remember: if all else fails, just give them cash.

Top 10 Gifts For Boys 10-13

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Slideways Puzzle Game

Retails: $14

Test your logic and puzzle skills with the Slideways game. It’s a more complex version of tic-tac-toe and it’s great for traveling.  The first person to four tiles of their color  in a row wins.  Each turn, players slide a bar across one space or flip a rotating tile to their color.

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Mini Ogodisk Super Disk Set

Retails: $24

Head outside with the Mini Ogodisk and transform and game with a ball. With the disk, you can throw balls up to 150 feet!

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National Geographic Mega Gemstone Mine

Retails: $30

Do you have a child that loves to collect rocks? Be a gem miner for the day with the Mega Gemstone Mine kit by National Geographic and unearth fifteen real gems. Now that’s a rock collection!

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Syma Channel RC Helicopter

Retails: $16

Learn to fly a remote control helicopter witht he Syma Channel RC Helicopter. This helicopter is great for beginners and lasts around 10 minutes on full charge.

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Wooden 3D Puzzle Mental Brainteaser

Retails: $40

Test your puzzle skills with a set of four wooden puzzles! This is a great option for someone who loves puzzles and putting things together.

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Coup Card Game

Retails: $10

This highly rated card game is great for two to six players and easy to play. Each person is given a specific identity with specific goals to achieve. Whoever can perform their tasks the best will survive!

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Compose Yourself Music Kit

Retails: $15

Looking for the best gift for someone who loves music? The Compose Yourself kit lets you compose over a billion different combinations of music with 60 music cards. Line up the cards in the order you want then head online to hear your composition performed. Plus, you can print and share your new composition.

baseball

MLB Super Star Batter & Fielder Pitching Machine

Retails: $44

Have a baseball fan in the house? Get ready for baseball season with the Super Star Batter and Fielder Pitching Machine. It has four pitching settings and can hold nine balls at a time.

amazon fire

Amazon Fire Tablet

Retails: $49.99

Tablets can be expensive, but if someone you know has a tablet on their wish list, then you may want to consider the Amazon Fire tablet. It’s right at $50 and you can use it to read books, listen to music, play games or surf the web.

Note: This tablet does have access to the internet, but you can look into ways to setting parental controls.

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Sketch Books & Pencils

Retails: $10+

If you know someone who loves to doodle or draw masterpieces, a nice set of drawing pencils and a sketch pad would make a nice gift. Sketch books can be as simple as a pad of drawing paper or you can find sketch books that are leather bound and can double as a journal. Keep your eyes open for a Michael’s coupon!

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Gift Guide Giveaway: Boys Age 10-13

This giveaway is sponsored by R&R games, but all opinions are 100% my own.

    • Nat

      Thanks for theses suggestions, Jenny!