Best Toys for Baby Boys

Baby boys are rambunctious and always getting into things. It’s important to choose toys that allow their little tiny hands to begin to feel and touch and learn from their surroundings and their toys.

Surround baby boys with toys of different shapes, sizes and textures. Babies first learn by touch. Here are a few toys of different shapes, sizes and textures to help your baby boy begin to learn about the wonderful world around him.

Top Toys for Baby Boys in 2014

Next, we’re going to look at some specific toys for baby boys this year. You’re going to find some timeless classics as well as newer toys. At Top Toys Blog, we don’t discriminate. We just love to find all the best toys!

 Baby Gund My First Sports Bag

Baby Gund: My First Sports Bag

The Baby Gund My First Sports Bag comes with a mini-sports bag perfect for your little baby boy to tote around. Inside the brightly colored sports bag, there are 4 soft, happy, and smiling sports balls including a football, a baseball, a soccer ball and a basketball.

All of the contents are soft and the bag velcros and holds all 4 balls. Let your child play around with what ball he likes best, you may have a future sports player on your hand and what better to way to help learn the game and safely play around than with this cute, smiling sports package for less than $20. CHECK PRICE AT AMAZON or BUY NOW

pastel blue and white ZEBRA Plush Rattle

Plush Zebra for Baby Boy

This cute pastel blue plush zebra is a safe and cute companion for even your newborn child. The plush zebra also serves as a rattle and helps your baby familiarize himself with touch and sound.

The rattle makes a soft sound, and not a jarring loud sound, which can be too much for baby. The adorable zebra measure 8.5 inches and comes in striped pastel blue and white. Help your child explore the safari of life with this interesting and cuddly zebra rattle, for just around $10. CHECK PRICE AT AMAZON or BUY NOW

Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Learning Workbench

Fisher-Price Learning Workbench

If your child is always watching daddy work at his workbench, he’ll love the idea of having his very own workbench. The Fisher-Price workbench plays more 15 sing-along songs and tunes and lights up when buttons are pressed and play fun sounds and phrases. Light up pegs help your child learn songs about numbers when they are pressed.

Since young children can’t quite grasp things, this workbench is ideal for young children who are just beginning to touch and react to their surroundings. This item ships in Frustration-Free packaging, and to parents delight include a volume control setting for quiet play. This gift is ideal for babies and toddlers from 6 months to 3 years old and costs just under $25.CHECK PRICE AT AMAZON or BUY NOW

More Popular Toys for Baby Boys

Fisher-Price Go Baby Go! Bop & Rock Musical Lion

Overall, we recommend the Fisher-Price Go Baby Go! Bop & Rock Musical Lion. Pounding ball play has never been this much fun! A cute lion character joins baby as they play with the 3 included balls and soft plastic hammer. Baby can easily load the balls on top of the holes in the lion’s drum and pound them through, getting fun tunes, lights, SFX and surprise roll out action.

Fisher-Price Precious Planet Giraffe Stacker

We recommend the Fisher-Price Precious Planet Giraffe Stacker. What’s more fun than stacking rings? Stacking rings full of textures and fun sounds on a friendly giraffe’s long neck. They rattle, jingle and squeak as the smiling giraffe rocks.

Fisher-Price Precious Planet Kick and Play Piano

We really like the Fisher-Price Precious Planet Kick and Play Piano. Kicks can lead to something even more exciting and special, with musical rewards, dancing lights and adorable animal friends from around the planet. And this is one piano that fits easily in the crib or moves to the floor as baby grows. Includes 3 AA batteries. 2 Musical Play Modes

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