Teenage boys are notoriously difficult to shop for, they are constantly growing, often moody, and they can be picky and particular about brands. Christmas can be especially hard to choose for them, unless you go the cash route. That being said, they secretly still probably love Christmas no matter what front they might put up.
Deep inside is a little boy unwrapping his dream gift or pulling treats from a stocking. I have asked and done my own research and came up with 12 ideas for the teenage boys in your life.
The Manual to Manhood– I just recently discovered this book and thought it was a great idea with some good basic life skills explained inside.
Virtual Reality Headset – Technology is always a hit, even I want to give this cool high-tech VR Headset a try!
Shaving Kit – Set them up for shaving success with a nice kit that covers everything- razor, shaving cream, and replacement blades.
Graphic T’s– T shirts are always a great choice – Choose from funny, inspirational, company logos, etc…
Smart Phone Speakers– This one covers a good variety of phone manufactures so even if you are not sure of their phone you have a near sure chance of getting it right. It’s the perfect add on for study sessions.
Polaroid Cube–Technology is a teen’s best friend and this tiny fun camera is perfect for snapping action! Multiple colors, a wide angle lens and a magnet on the bottom make it a great on the go gift.
Drones– Drones have become a pretty hot item over the last few years and they don’t seem to be losing their popularity. I feel like this gives them that rush they had with their first RC Car but on a cooler level.
Phone accessories– I know the ones around here are always losing charging cords and everything else. You might as well make the replacements more fun and they might just try to keep better track of them.
Alarm Clock- If they are gonna press the snooze button a dozen times make it fun with this target alarm clock.
Tools-Whether a teenage boy is already handy or not a good basic tool set is a must to encourage some self-sufficiency and life skills.
What is at the top of your gift list for teenage boys?