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Here's a list of the top 10 gifts for boys age 4-6.

Boys ages 4-6 are a lot of fun. They love playing outside, building things, and anything that lets them make a mess. Here are the top gifts for boys 4-6.

See additional gift guides:

Top Gits for Infants
Top Gifts for Ages 2-4
Top Gifts for Girls 4-6

Top Gifts For Boys 4-6

supermax blue

CloudB SuperMax the Turtle

Retails: $22

Get the effect of stars on the ceiling without having to actually put anything on your ceiling. You just press a button and it lights up the room with stars. It is designed to help children outgrow their fear of the dark and automatically shuts off after 45 minutes. A portion of the sales are donated to the MaxLove Project, a nonprofit organization that fights childhood cancer.  We received this product to review and I love that it’s small enough to fit in our suitcase and travel with us.  Kids especially don’t like dark rooms in a new environment.  This one will fit nicely on pretty much any night stand.


Wild Republic 12″ Wolf

Retails: $12

Wild Republic makes stuffed animals that are designed to look and sound realistic to encourage kids to love nature. They also have jewelry, play sets, and more.  In my opinion, this wolf wins the stuffed animal game this year.  I base my award on softness and cuddliness.  This is one of the softest stuffed animals I’ve felt and it’s cute.  I mean, look at that face.  Something else I love, there was a shipping mix up and this company ended up donating 4 of these wolves to the charity where we were donating.


Hasbro Furreal Friends JJ My Jumpin Pug Set

Retails: $30

This is the perfect gift for any boy who wants a dog but isn’t ready for a living one. It has lifelike movements and responds to touch. You can even pat it’s head to help it calm down.  Your kids are going to love JJ.  You’re going to love when JJ stops barking.  Seriously, this dog is really cute and active which keeps your kids interested.  However, he makes noises every time you walk by him, so you may start making the request that your kids keep him in their room.

iron man playset

Habsro Iron Man Armor Up Fortress Play Set

Retails: $23

This play set has everything needed to re-enact movie scenes with working lights and sounds. It includes a Tony Stark figure and 2 suits of armor. There is a cool tower you can place the Tony Stark figure on that will lower the figure into his armor.  I thought the size of this playset was perfect for a boy in this age range to enjoy.  It’s a reconfigurable set which allows them to build any kind of scenario for Iron Man to play out.

draw like a pro

Alex Toys Artist Studio Draw Like A Pro

Retails: $29

This set includes includes a projector, 124 slides, 6 markers, 10 sheets of paper and a flip book to help your child learn to draw. You trace the slide from the projector and then color it in.

lego classic

Lego Classic Medium Creative Brick Box

Retails: $29

This is a great box of Legos with 35 different colors and includes 18 tires and 18 wheel rims. The set can be used to make many different things for endless play.


Creativity For Kids Grow ‘n Glow Terrarium

Retails: $13

This set lets your child grow their own little garden. You assemble, decorate, and then watch it grow. Everything you need for 2 planting cycles is included.

pie ace

Pie Face Game

Retails: $15

Most boys (and girls) love anything messy so this is sure to be a hit. You basically put your face through the mask and turn the handles to see if you’ll get hit in the face with whipped cream. Note: whip cream not included.

drill n fill

Play-Doh Doctor Drill N Fill

Retails: $15

Kids can make braces and brush teeth for this Play-Doh head. The playset comes with dental tools and three cans of Play-Doh modeling compound.

ice cream ball

Yaylabs SoftShell Ice Cream Ball

Retails: $30

Fill it with cream, sugar and flavorings in one end and put ice and rock salt in the other. The kid can then kick it around to make the ice cream. It will make approximately one pint of home-made ice cream with about 25 minutes of active play.

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Cloud B SuperMax the Turtle
Wild Republic 12″ Wolf
Hasbro Furreal Friends JJ My Jumpin Pug Set
Habsro Iron Man Armor Up Fortress Play Set

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Gift Guide Giveaway: Boys Age 4-6

This giveaway is sponsored by CloudB, Wild Republic and Hasbro but all opinions are 100% my own.