Taller, smarter, but still easy to please, buying gifts for 7 year old boys is a stress-free experience with this list. The Wicked Uncle Elves have conferred with our expert panel of children, and have created a list of toys and gifts for 7 year old boys that are guaranteed to make you their new favourite relative!
Top 10 Tried & Tested Toys
- Stinky Pig
- Spy X Goggles
- Waboba Moon Ball
- Smart Ball
- Atomic Power Popper
- Plop Trumps
- World’s Smallest Voice Changer
A smelly twist…
If you think you loved pass the parcel, wait for this amusing revamp. Pass the adorable pig toy round the table as he hums his happy song – but, when he randomly farts, the player who’s holding him has to pick up a token. The player with the fewest tokens wins! A cheeky piggy that’s just too loveable to ignore.
For the avid adventurer
If you know a 7 year old boy who’s constantly trying to explore, these cool goggles are a great way to help immerse himself in his curious adventures! With tinted blue lenses, a bright blue LED beam, and a retractable scope, this toy is kitted out with exciting spy gear. But try and make sure these aren’t just used for late-night trips to the fridge…
Can he catch the chaos?
For a 7 year old boy who’s always after a game of catch, this quirky toy is guaranteed to impress. It has flat edges to make every bounce unpredictable, and a lightweight design means it can fly off every wall it touches. The Waboba Moon Ball is exciting and addictive – but get ready to hear some groans of frustration from the garden!
An 8cm pal!
The all-spinning, all-dancing Pokibot is an exciting gift for a 7 year old boy. He can make the robot speak at the clap of a hand, and – with the help of a phone app – can make the robot throw some crazy shapes. Bound to offer some moments of peace for the parents – until they get jealous of all the attention they’re missing!
Interactive football experience
A football like no other, the super innovative Smart Ball has a built-in speaker that calls out keepy-up scores right up to 100! With an interactive lighting system, the Smart Ball also glows at every touch. This futuristic footy can even be easily altered into a regular football: how smart! For any mini Messi who can’t stop practising, this clever little toy is going to keep him busy for weeks as he tries to improve his score.
Tricks, flicks, and patience!
This nifty, popular gift brings football and badminton together with one of the most addictive toys around! The aim is to keep the UKick afloat by any means, even if that calls on some spectacular flair. With adjustable weights at its base, the UKick can be adapted to satisfy any ability.
Double the barrels, double the nuisance
The ideal toy for a 7 year old boy who’s overflowing with energy, this is a high-action gift that rewards the boisterous! With two barrels that shoot soft foam balls, the Atomic Power Popper will keep him giggling for hours. Fingers crossed it doesn’t starts a sibling war!
Addictive garden fun
It looks easy: all you have to do is loop the ball from one end of the tube to the other – but Pindaloo is deceiving. Guaranteed to offer hours of frustrating, but incredibly addictive fun, this cool toy will keep any 7 year old boy in the garden until the sun’s gone down! Soon enough, he’ll be throwing in tricks and flicks as well!
A card game you can smell…
It might feel like they’re getting bigger, but at Wicked Uncle, we know that 7 year old boys still find poop funny. With this unique set of Top Trump cards, this is a genuinely informative toy that teaches children about a massive range of animals (and their poo…) They’ll probably win every time, but only because everyone else is too disgusted to play!
A pocketful of fun!
We bet you know a 7 year old boy who just can’t stop talking; in that case, there’s no better option than to buy a present that makes talking a lot more fun! With four different voice settings, every 7cm of this mini megaphone is packed with simple but addictive entertainment. Best of all, he can carry it anywhere – this may not be good news for his teachers…
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