What kinds of young lads would enjoy the best toys for 6 year old boys 2010? Whether a child is more fond of physical action toys or the hottest and latest trendy playthings, there is something to check out with this list. Obviously there are quite a number of different types of toys for young boys, but some are more talked about and looked for than others.
For this year of 2010, here are the top picks for boys who are 6 year of age:
1. Razor Rip Rider 360 Ride-On – This year seems to have brought quite a number of unique and new types of toys, and the Rip Rider is no exception. Rather than having a “normal” motion of a three-wheeler, this cycle for kids combines a forward motion with a drifting back and forth action that adds some interesting challenges as well as some serious fun. This is a good choice as a gift for a young lad who has a bit of an adventurous side.
2. Bakugan Dragonoid Colossus – What a name for a toy – and what a toy! For those boys who love Bakugan, this is the ultimate pick this year. It is one giant monster which is actually a combination of numerous Bakugan characters. Other “combiner” toys have come from the Bakugan lineup in the past, but this one appears to be the most popular yet.
3. Razor A Kick Scooter – On such a short list, the Razor company has another one of their products featured for this age bracket. This scooter is sort of a phenomenon in ride-ons – it is the original kick scooter, and even though other more advanced scooters have since come from Razor this one remains the most popular of them all. It is a good beginner scooter, and is also quite functional for teens up to about 140 pounds.
Other types of toys among the best toys for 6 year old boys this year include science toys (two excellent ones), some “crash and bash” toys, a new e-book reader for kids that emulates the Kindle or other adult styles of e-readers and some popular toys based after movies. All in all, the lineup this year for boys 6 years of age is filled with top choices.
Resource: Top 10 Toys for 6 Year Old Boys – Squidoo Parenting and Family