Looking for the top stocking stuffer and Christmas gifts for boys? I went to a virtual toy conference this year and got all the details on the hottest toys. I learned so much and am so excited to share my favorites with you!

Looking for top Christmas gifts for boys? This mom went to a toy conference to check out every toy on this list! You won't believe all she found!

Top Stocking Stuffer Gifts for Boys

1| Oosh Hairy Slime I’ve never met a kid that didn’t love slime! Lawson asks to play or make slime daily but I won’t lie- Mathew and I enjoy joining in too. This Hairy Slime is a “surprise” slime with gross hair and toy bugs inside. Perfect for any boy that loves gross stuff! Definitely a fun sensory experience for kids and allows for motor skills development. 

2| Inflatable Reindeer Antler Ring Toss This set of 3 Inflatable Reindeer Antler Ring Toss is great for kids to get some energy out and just have a great time. I love that this one is compact enough for a stocking stuffer but is a great one to play together as a family and that’s why it makes one of my top stocking stuffer gifts for boys.

3| Brite Brush Game Brush Toothbrush We are MASSIVE Brite Brush fans in our house. Lawson has been using the Brite Brush Game Brush for several months now and we love it. Every Christmas I get a toothbrush for the stockings. Yep I’m that mom. The Game Brush has engaging games to keep kids interested while brushing a full 2 minutes. They also have sensors and “score” your child after each brushing. If you’re the mom that adds a toothbrush into the stocking, seriously don’t miss this one. It makes brushing so fun and why it’s one of my top Christmas gifts for boys.

4| Light Up Gloves These Light Up Gloves are so fun and will bring lots of enjoyment at night! Turn the light up gloves on and show off your skills with the colorful lights. Lights can flash fast, flash slowly, or show single colors. 

5| Bag of Reindeer Farts Boys love a little potty humor. This bag of Reindeer Farts is a peppermint cotton candy and will be sure to make any boy laugh. I’m a big jokester and this is one gift I’m going to love giving this year. 

Looking for top Christmas gifts for boys? This mom went to a toy conference to check out every toy on this list! You won't believe all she found!

Top Christmas Gifts for Boys

1| Exploding Kittens This fun card game takes only 5 minutes to learn and is a blast. Think of Uno and Russian Roulette but with kittens, goats, and magical enchiladas. Exploding Kittens is a game that any boy will enjoy, and a great way to get kids off video games to spend time with the family. You can also grab expansion packs for the game. I particularly like Barking Kittens.

2| Maxx Action Construction Series Our neighborhood is expanding so we see a lot of construction vehicles around here. It’s incredibly often Lawson will yell out “dump truck!” This long haul excavator transport has flashing lights and electronic sounds and a removable excavator. If the boy in your life loves construction vehicles, you don’t want to skip this on my top gifts for boys from Maxx Action

3| Fortnite Jumbo Loot Pinata My nephew is obsessed with Fortnite, and it’s why I couldn’t skip having this Fortnite Jumbo Loot Pinata on my top gifts for boys. The 25 inch tall pinata comes with 100 pieces and is currently 30% off! This is the gift that will make any Fortnite fan happy. 

4| Magnetic Tiles With 130 magnetic tiles, this set is going to be a hit with the boy in your life. We have this set and absolutely love how it fosters creativity and engineering skills. I really prefer these Magnetic Tiles to blocks, because they’re much easier to store away when not in use.

5| Power Treads All-Surface Vehicles I am really impressed with the Power Treads All Surface Vehicles. Power Treads can go on any surface and flip, rip, and roam all over your home. Design and customize an epic track with the 40+ pieces of track. The Power Treads All-Surface Vehicles set has won multiple awards this year  and is why it’s on my top Christmas gifts for boys list! Plus, it can create hours of fun with all the different track ideas. So much fun.

6| Ride on Bumper Car I’ve been eyeing this toy ever since I saw a friend get it. This fully rechargable ride-on bumper car can spin 360 degrees and works with a simple joystick or remote control.  This brilliant little car is built from a tough plastic shell and has a soft bumper outside system allowing your kid to bump around if they make a wrong turn. You’ll surely make their entire Christmas when you grab a Ride on Bumper Car!

7| Osmo I literally have this on every gift guide this year because I think it’s so amazing. Use your iPad or Kindle Fire with an Osmo Starter Kit. Kids interact with actual hand held pieces and their iPad or Kindle Fire, bringing their game pieces and actions to life (No WiFi necessary for game play). An Osmo base is included, an iPad is not included, both are required for game play. It’s such a fun way to incorporate STEM, interactive learning, and more. Don’t forget to add other fun games like Detective AgencyPizza Co., or the Coding bundle.

8| Amazon Echo Dot and The Child Stand If the boy in your life is a Mandalorian fan, don’t miss this from my top Christmas gifts for boys. Play music, ask Alexa to tell jokes, and more, all while the Echo Dot is nestled by the cutest kid in the galaxy

9| Kindle Fire 8 Kids Edition with Blue Kid-Proof Case Tech is the hottest thing for kids. Allow him to use apps, play movies, and more without worrying if the Kindle Fire screen will break. Has Amazon Kids parental controls which allow you to set educational goals, create time limits, and filter content.

10| Nintendo Switch Lite Nintendo Switch is undoubtedly so popular this year. It’s on our top Christmas gifts for boys list because it’s light, compact, and compatible with all physical and digital Nintendo Switch games that support Handheld mode. Grab some games like Animal Crossing and your boy will be a happy camper!

Don’t miss all the other amazing Christmas gift guides HERE!

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links and/or product(s) sent from companies or their PR team for editorial consideration. For more information, please view my disclosure policy.