It can be hard finding cool toys and gifts for 11 year old boys, since they’re too ‘grown up’ for classic toys yet maybe not quite old enough for cell phones. Well, that’s where we come in, because we’ve done all the hunting for you and found awesome gaming consoles, LEGO building kits, electric scooters, and more.
4-in-1 Game Table
It can be hard to entertain the kids when the weather says no, but this table gives them 4 ways to play (including billiards and foosball), so they’ll never get bored.
Razor Electric Rechargeable Motorized Ride On Scooter
Travel in style to school, the park, or anywhere you like with this super cool Razor Motorized Scooter. This bad boy can go up to 15mph – perfect if you’re running a little late – and it’s sure to be a smooth ride with its extra-wide tires and chain-drive motor.
This official size and weight basketball is no ordinary ball. It contains two Hi Bright LED lights that are motion activated, and will keep the ball illuminated as long as the game continues. Ideal for after dark practice, the lights switch off automatically once the ball is still.
When a kid is engrossed in whatever video game he’s playing, nothing will catch his attention. These socks will alert everyone to the fact that he’s probably not going to answer, with a funny ‘I’m Gaming, Do Not Disturb’ warning printed on the bottom.
He can have a different picture every day when he has this fabulous pin art to play around with. Framed in black, the ‘canvas’ consists of hundreds of moveable metal pins which take on the 3D shape of whatever is pressed into their back.
Pindaloo is not just a fun gift for 11 year olds boys, but it will also sharpen their hand-eye coordination skills, too. Consisting of one U tube and two juggling balls, Pindaloo takes skill and timing to toss and catch the ball before moving on to some seriously cool tricks.
Ideal for any dog loving kid, this t-shirt will be especially suited to one with a pug and a scooter. Featuring both on the front, this comfy and soft t-shirt is available in seven colors and five sizes, and is printed with ‘Just Keep Puggin’’ around the graphic.
If you thought matching games were for little ones, think again! Throw Throw Burrito is a raucous game for 2 to six players, in which participants must collect matching pairs of cards while trying to dodge the (thankfully soft and lightweight) flying burritos.
LEGO Technic Remote Controlled Stunt Racer Building Kit
This 324-piece building kit from LEGO Technic will not only let him build his own vehicle, but it will also give him a racer that can be driven with the included remote control. Moving backwards, forwards, left, and right, the racer can be dismantled and rebuilt into a tough tracked vehicle.
He’ll be totally mesmerized with this incredible Magnetic Penny Game. As if by magic (with a little bit of science thrown in) the 32 newly minted pennies included in this set can be used to build all kinds of gravity-defying sculptures that stay standing, thanks to the two strong magnets included.
He can keep the fun going long after dark with the Glow City light-up basketball hoop. Battery operated, this hoop lights up automatically when play begins, and shuts off when there’s no more motion. Weather-resistant, it can stay out in the elements without getting damaged.
The multi award winning game ‘Kids Against Maturity’ is the must have game for kids who love to laugh. Hilariously funny, the game is started by the player with the hairiest knuckles, and involves choosing the funniest answer to match the given scenario. Suitable for 4 players or more.
Give him a cool skill he can carry through life by gifting him the Book of Paper Airplanes. With instructions on how to create 10 different planes, the book also comes with 40 sheets of patterned paper to give his creations some added oomph.
Perfect for dark winter nights, these light up gloves will turn any boy’s hands into colorful skeletons. Made from a soft white fabric so the colors really pop, these gloves have a hidden battery in the cuff, and can be set to a flashing or non-flashing mode.
Fans of fast-paced puzzles will quickly become addicted to Flipside, the electronic matching game. Players must match the lights by flipping the sides, and it comes with four modes – speed, multiplayer, level, and memory – to challenge his skill and dexterity.
Compatible with NERF guns, this target shooting accessory kit will allow him to carry on practicing his aim when the weather is bad. There are five flip targets to conquer as well as 10 floating ones, and the entire set glows in the dark to add an extra element of excitement.
11 year old geeks will proudly wear this algebra t-shirt to baffle those who attempt to work it out. There are 5 colors to choose from, and each one shows the algebraic formula for the square root of 21, which (if you didn’t know it), is 11.
Give him five gifts in one neat little cube with the Aisuo night light. Not only does this cube gently change color to add a warm glow to his room, but it also incorporates a Bluetooth speaker, MP3 player, digital alarm clock, and a touch control dimmable night light.
One of the coolest fidget toys he’ll ever see, the Infinity Cube will keep his hands busy and his mind occupied. Measuring just 3” x 1.5”, this little toy can be played with one hand as he flips and folds the sides into a cube over and over again.
Absolutely perfect for engaging kids on long journeys or in waiting rooms, this puzzle asks users to help the spaceship navigate its way through the asteroid field in one of 60 different configurations.
There is no better way to record all your wicked tricks than with this fabulous VTech Kidizoom Action Cam. This kid-proof camera is super sturdy, making it strong enough to endure years of falls and tumbles and it’s even waterproof – perfect for capturing days out at the beach or pool.
Give your kid a dedicated target for all his Nerf blasters. Now he can keep his aim sharp with this digital target that features a scoreboard for solo or team play. It comes with three interactive, skill-building game modes for tons of target practice fun. It can stand alone or be mounted on the wall.
The old Polaroid instant camera has been reincarnated into the stylish Fuji Instax. With a new slimmer, lightweight design, an automatic exposure measurement, and improved viewfinder, this camera is ready to take awesome photos of fun on-the-go. It comes in more than a dozen color choices.
If ordinary scooters just aren’t cutting it for you anymore, then take a look at these Yvolution Fliker C3 Scooters. These sensational scooters are made for daredevils like you; with FLEX technology, no other scooter can perform tricks, stunts, and moves quite like it – and it can even reach up to 25km/h!
With speeds of up to 9mph, this is a ride-on like no other – it’s also electric giving you ultimate power and ease of use. The Razor Power Rider comes with dual inclined rear caster wheels, making drifting an absolute dream, plus it looks pretty darn cool, too.
This comfy chill chair – in two dozen color choices – is the perfect place for your kid to hang out and relax after a stressful day of math and social studies. Shredded memory foam is covered with super-soft suede in this big-enough-for-two chair for maximum comfort. The removable cover is machine washable.
The aim of Gravity Maze is to build the towers, matching the challenge cards, and create a path that enables the marble to reach the target. The game comes with 60 cards that range in difficulty levels, so once you’ve mastered each one, you can then level up – reckon you can become an expert?
Speed up to 12mph and drift ’til you can drift no more (or the battery runs out) with this Razor Ground Force Drifter. With its impressive high-torque motor, super slider wheels and rear handbrake, you’ll easily pull off some super exhilarating drifts. Why not challenge yourself and see how long you can drift for?
Do you have a little engineer who loves robotics? Then Cubelets is the app-enhanced, STEM toy that will encourage him to explore coding, design, and more. Brick adapters can attach Cubelets to LEGO creations enabling them with electronic functions, so your child will never run out of creative ways to use them.
Let him shoot some hoops indoors with this Pop-A-Shot home basketball game which features two hoops, 10 different games, infrared scoring system, and adjustable height settings to suit both players and home.
Become like the nation’s favorite trickster, Bart Simpson, and use his weapon of choice, the trusty slingshot. Not sure how to make your own? Then take a look at this handy DIY from The Merrythought – don’t worry parents, the ammo only consists of soft pom poms, so you’re pretty safe.
Like the look of all those fancy Nerf guns but don’t fancy becoming a human target? Then you’ll be pleased to know you can actually make your own DIY Spinning Target – which will be far more appealing than your butt, luckily. Take a look at this tutorial by frugalfun4boys, to find out how.
Spoil him with all of his favorite naughty snacks with this brilliant Happy Birthday Food Cake. All you need for this tantalizingly tasty make is the food, a few pretty ribbons and decorations, cardboard and tape and you’re good to go – plus you even get to keep the leftovers for yourself.
From aturtleslifeforme.com comes this awesome and unique Batman String Nail Art – no, not the kind of nail art for your hands, this type goes on your wall. Your little superhero nerds are going to absolutely adore this, plus once you get the hang of it, it’ll be pretty easy to design and make others.
Super easy and super sweet, you can make these little tin boxes of robot-building fun for the kid in your life. Print images of robot parts on magnet paper, carefully cut out, then store in a tin box that becomes the building surface. Great for travel or a party favor.
Know a young skateboarder? Make his life easier with this “skateboard sling.” Follow this tutorial for making a cloth carrier that allows your child to carry his board, hands-free, slung across his back. You can customize with any fabrics you like. All the kids at the skate park are going to want one.
This is the easiest, most inexpensive craft ever. Grab a bunch of Army men and a cheap picture frame from the dollar store. Hot glue the plastic figures around the frame in an interesting pattern, then spray paint the whole thing in the color of your choice. Looks adorable in a little boy’s bedroom.
Is your kid a baseball player? Keep him organized with this adorable DIY bulletin board designed to look like a baseball stadium. It is so easy to make, yet has an impressive wow factor. Make it in less than an hour and give your kid a cool place to store his mementos and medals.
A bit of carpentry, sewing, and engineering and you can give your kid a cool indoor hammock swing. This cozy spot is the perfect place to relax. Determine where you want to mount it and buy the proper bolt for support. Check out this tutorial for how to create one of your own.