Choosing the prefect gift for an 8-year-old boy can be a task. There are so many different options available and each boy has unique interests and strengths. I know my boys were very different from each other at age 8. One is very specific about what gifts he wants while the other is happy with pretty much anything we get for him. Whether your boy tells you exactly what he wants or if he can’t quite pin it down, here are some good tips on finding a gift your boy will love.
Tips for Selecting A Gift for An 8-Year-Old Boy
- Remember your budget. You definitely don’t have to spend a fortune to get a gift a boy will enjoy. We have found great gift options for at various price points starting at under $15!
- Think about his favorite activities and other toys he likes. Buying something that will pique a boy’s interest is sure to be a good choice. If your boy likes trying new things, think about something he hasn’t tried before that he might enjoy.
- Consider a gift that will encourage social interaction. These days kids have a lot of options of things they can do by themselves. A toy they can play with friends or siblings will not only provide entertainment, but it will also help them develop their social skills. All of the gifts on this list can be used with a friend (and many can be used alone as well).
- Determine how long the gift will be used. I think most adults would agree that they don’t like to spend money on something that will break or wear out quickly. Also consider how long the gift will keep the boy’s attention. You don’t want to give a gift that your boy will be bored with right away.
We have come up with 35 good gift ideas that are excellent for 8-year-old boys. You will find a wide range of gifts from those that will challenge a boy intellectually to those that keep him physically active to creative toys and everything in between.
I get that no one has an unlimited budget so I have separated the gift options into categories, beginning with those under $15 and ending with those up to $100.
|Laugh Out Loud Joke Book|
|KidzLabs Fingerprint Kit|
|Kangaroo's Paper Airplane Kit|
|Kanoodle Extreme Game|
|Monopoly Deal Game|
|Phase 10 Card Game|
|Energizer Clip-on Book Light|
|LED Light-up Gloves|
|Super Snow Powder|
|Rear View Spy Glasses|
|Snap Circuits Jr.|
|K’NEX K-FORCE Battle Bow Set|
|NERF Fortnite Sp-L Blaster|
|LEGO Minecraft The Zombie Cave|
|Klutz Lego Chain Reactions|
|Zebco Kylo Ren Fishing Pole|
|Ravensburger Labyrinth Game|
|Light-up Terrarium Kit|
|Prograce Action Camera|
|Blankie Tails Shark Blanket|
|Joyjam RC Stunt Car|
|Relay Kids Phone Alternative|
|K’NEX Simple Machines|
|Blast Pad Missile Launcher|
|Little Pretenders Walkie Talkies|
|POKONBOY Blaster Gun and Target Set|
|Razor Spark+ Kick Scooter|
|Razor RipStik Ripster Caster Board|
|Osmo Genius Starter Kit|
|Dynacraft Magna Throttle Bike|
|Sorbus Saucer Swing|
36 Best Budget Gift Ideas for 8-Year-Old Boys 2020
Under $15 Budget Gift Ideas and Toys for Boys Age 8
These gifts are fun and exciting. They are great for those who are looking for a good toy at a low price. Many of the options in this category would be great for stocking stuffers!
1. KidzLabs Fingerprint Kit
This kit allows kids to learn how fingerprinting works. It comes with everything needed to take fingerprints, including 10 finger print cards, dusting powder, a stamp pad, a brush, and 20 stickers. This is a fun, interactive gift and the price couldn’t be better! 4M also offers several other science kits at a great price.
- STEM toy
- Fun and interactive
- Ink pad isn’t great
- Very basic kit
2. Kangaroo’s Paper Airplane Kit
Paper airplanes are a favorite at our house. My boys love having competitions to see whose plane will fly the farthest and whose can do the most tricks. This paper airplane kit contains 72 pages which contain both airplane designs as well as the instructions printed on the pages. I love that the pages have the instructions; it’s so much easier than trying to follow instructions out of a book. At under $10, this is a no-brainer!
- Instructions printed on each page
- Fun colors and designs
- Thin paper can make folding tricky
- Some designs are difficult to fold
3. Kanoodle Extreme Game
For an educational and fun toy, check out Kanoodle. It is a set of plastic pieces (not magnetic) you put together to create 2-D and 3-D logic puzzles. Kanoodle comes with a 48-page book containing a 200 puzzles of different difficulty levels.
Your 8-year-old will have fun figuring out how the pieces fit together to form each puzzle. And while some of the puzzles might be a bit too difficult now, your boy will be able to continue using this toy in coming years as he matures. This game is even fun for teens and adults!
I like that this puzzle toy for kids comes with a nice case to keep the pieces from getting lost. It’s also quick and easy to clean up, which is a huge plus!
- 300 puzzles of varying difficulty
- 2D, 3D, sliding puzzles
- Carrying case to hold pieces
- Develops logic, reasoning
- Hard to use if pieces get lost
4. Laugh Out Loud Jokes for Kids
One thing boys never tire of is making each other laugh. This best-selling book contains hundreds of hilarious jokes and tongue twisters. With 126 pages of clean and sometimes ridiculous jokes, this book is sure to give boys hours of fun reading and telling jokes. Get ready to laugh!
- Good, clean humor
- Parents might get tired of hearing endless jokes, but kids don’t tire of telling them!
5. Monopoly Deal Card Game
As a child I loved Monopoly, but as a parent I have a hard time sitting down to play for endless hours. Anyone else get where I’m coming from? Unfortunately, my older kids love Monopoly and beg me to play with them. My 8-year-old likes to start playing Monopoly, but then he gets bored after a while. Thankfully, we found Monopoly Deal and that has solved our problem. It is the same concept as Monopoly but only takes 15 minutes!
Monopoly Deal can be played with as few as 2 players, but we have found it is most fun with 4-5 players. It is a fun game (Warning: it can be addicting) that has quickly become a family favorite, and at under $10 you can’t lose by buying Monopoly Deal!
- Not nearly as time-consuming as regular Monopoly
- Easy to learn and play
- Older kids can play without help
- Not as much strategy as in regular Monopoly
6. Activ Flyer
We love to take our kids to the beach, and one of our favorite activities is throwing a frisbee while running through the water. However, we found many frisbees were too heavy for our kids to throw and they were so hard they hurt when the kids tried to catch them. The Activ Flyer has been a better option. It is light, and it is much easier for our kids to throw. The ring in the middle makes it easier to catch. Our son always packs an Activ Flyer for the beach, even if we are traveling across the country!
- Easier to throw and catch than regular frisbee
- Many color options
- Better for kids than adults (too small for adults)
7. Phase 10 Card Game
This classic game is one that can be played by the entire family or by a group of kids. I love that my 8-year-old can play this independently with his friends. It is a game that requires thinking but isn’t too difficult. Phase 10 is broken down into 10 rounds, or phases. This allows kids to stop playing after any phase and come back to finish the game later (even a different day) if they want. Another great deal for a fun gift!
- Exciting game for kids and adults
- Easy to learn and fun to play
- Game can get long if played in one sitting
8. Boy Craft Catapult Wars
I love products that get my kids thinking. Catapult Wars combines fun with brainpower. Kids build their own wooden catapults and decorate them with stickers and decals. You could also have boys paint them if they want. Then they can set up battles against each other.
Experimenting will help them determine how far to pull the lever and when to release for maximum accuracy. Boys love this toy. Be aware that the catapults require glue for assembly. The glue must dry before using the catapult. From experience, it would be good to tell boys this before beginning so they aren’t disappointed at not being able to play with the catapult right away.
- Fun to build and play with
- Good for multiple kids at once
- Glue isn’t great quality (might need to buy more glue)
- Time-consuming to put together
9. Energizer Clip on Book Light
My 8-year-old is wanting some more reading independence; he wants to read on his own before bed. Having his own book light has made reading more exciting. This book light can either clip onto the book or clip onto a nightstand. The flexible neck means you can move the light exactly where it is needed. I like that the light is bright enough for reading but not too bright.
- Encourages reading
- Right amount of light for reading
- Batteries are difficult to change
- A bit top-heavy
10. LED Light-up Gloves
These gloves are sure to be a big hit! The fingers have colored LED lights with six flashing modes. Kids love wearing these gloves for Halloween, at dances or parties, or just for fun. My boys love turning on music, turning off the lights, and seeing what crazy stunts they can do while their fingers are lit up. I have to admit, it’s pretty entertaining for me too. Have an impromptu dance party and see your boy’s personality come out!
- Fun lights
- Good for groups of kids
- Gloves are a bit bulky
- Lights can move out of place when gloves are taken off
11. Super Snow Powder
As a parent, there is nothing better than watching my kids have fun while they are learning. Simply add water to the Super Snow Powder and voila, you have a very snow-like substance (minus the cold factor). This powder absorbs up to 100 times its weight in water. In the end, you have about 2 gallons of “snow”. Kids (and parents) are amazed by Super Snow Powder.
If you want more of a realistic snow, after adding water to the powder you can put it in the freezer. One great thing about this product is that if it starts to dry out, simply add more water and it is as good as new. This is another fun gift idea that is very affordable; it’s excellent for a stocking stuffer.
- Novelty factor
- Fun “snow” without cold or mess
- Eventually dries out, but more water can be added to reconstitute
12. Rear View Spy Glasses
These spy glasses allow you to see behind you, which is so much for 8-year-olds. The reflective lenses show what is going on behind you. Boys will get hours of fun out of these glasses, but beware; they will be watching you.
Pair these glasses with the Little Pretenders Walkie Talkies and your boy will be a spy in training. This is a great option for a stocking stuffer.
- Work well
- Not great quality
Under $25 Gifts for 8-Year-Old Boys
The gifts in this category range from $15-$25 and offer a variety of exciting activities for 8-year-old boys.
13. K’NEX K-FORCE Battle Bow Set
How cool is this K’NEX set? Any 8-year-old boy will enjoy putting together this gun/bow and arrow toy and then using it to shoot foam darts. This set comes with instructions on how to build 4 different blasters or the user can come up with his own design. It also includes 5 foam darts.
With 165 pieces, this set is perfect for a young boy to put together without being overwhelming. It is also compatible with other K’NEX pieces, so you could add on to this design if desired.
Boys will enjoy that this can shoot up to 75 feet. The parts stay together even after you fire a dart. If you lose pieces, K’NEX is great about replacing those parts.
- Fun and doable for 8-year-old
- Shoots up to 75 feet
- Can build 4 different blasters from the kit
- Bow doesn’t actually draw back
- Takes some time to assemble
14. NERF Fortnite Sp-R Blaster
If your boy likes Fortnite and Nerf, look no further. This fun themed gun is a great option for boys. It looks just like the gun from Fortnite, and boys love being able to pretend while playing with it.
This Nerf gun for boys comes with 6 darts and 3 llama targets. It has a dart clip that holds 3 darts, which means you can fire 3 darts consecutively. Since it is lightweight, easy to load, and simple to shoot, boys can play with this gun without needing adult help. The detachable barrel is another fun feature.
Be sure to give children a safety warning before allowing them to use any Nerf gun. Using protective eye wear is always a good idea.
- Fun theme
- Includes 3 llama targets
- Easy to load and shoot
- Detachable barrel
- Clip only holds 3 darts
15. Snap Circuits Jr.
With Snap Circuits Jr., your kiddo will design and put together working models of electrical circuits. Boys get excited when they see the light flash and hear the siren as a result of their work. The directions are colorful and easy to follow. Once your child is ready for additional challenges, you can purchase an additional kit that builds on this one. This is another fantastic fun educational gift that helps boys get excited about hands-on learning.
- Parts snap together easily
- Builds over 100 projects
- Best with adult supervision
16. LEGO Minecraft The Zombie Cave 21141
What is better than LEGOs or Minecraft? How about combining the two? This LEGO construction set contains 241 pieces and comes with specific, easy to follow instructions. It contains with two mini figures, Steve and a zombie.
Boys love putting together the cave and then pretending with the mini figures in it. This is a great Lego kit at a fantastic price!
- Great Minecraft theme
- Excellent quality
- Fun minifigures
- Not as detailed as other LEGO sets
17. Klutz Lego Chain Reactions Craft Kit
This is another fantastic STEM gift that boys love. It uses LEGOs to create ten different machines that can be put together in various ways to form a “chain reaction”. LEGOs are assembled with ramps and balls to ring a bell, deliver a message, or toss paper into the trash. The instructions are easy to follow. The Klutz LEGO Chain Reactions Craft Kit will be a favorite gift for any boy!
- Good STEM toy
- Kids love that the machines move
- Builds 10 machines
- Need to supplement with additional LEGO pieces
- Some machines are flimsy
18. Zebco Kylo Ren Fishing Pole
My boys have a great time fishing, and they love Star Wars, so it only seemed logical to buy a Star Wars kids fishing pole for my 8-year-old. This is much higher quality than you find with the toddler size poles. Zebco has made this pole easy to cast. It comes with a right-hand retrieve so if you have a lefty this one won’t work.
- Fun outdoor toy
- Combines fishing with Star Wars
- Easy to use for a beginner
- Fairly short rod length
- Right-hand retrieve only
19. Ravensburger Labyrinth Game
This is my favorite board game from my childhood, and it has become one of my boys’ favorite games as well. This board game is a moveable maze that players navigate around to reach destinations. It is an exciting game that requires some thinking. I love that this game is durable and high quality. If you are looking for a game that the entire family can enjoy, this is the one!
- Requires good thinking skills
- High-quality board and pieces
- Fun for kids and adults
- Games can become lengthy (I suggest limiting the number of destinations for each player to shorten the game).
20. Light-up Terrarium Kit
With an LED light on the lid, this is not like any terrarium you may have made as a kid. Since it glows at night it doubles as a night light! I guarantee that your 8-year-old boy will love watching the plants grow in this garden that he made himself. This kit contains everything he’ll need including instructions, decorative stickers, a jar and lid, USB charging cable, soil, sand, river rocks, seeds, and even a spray bottle. All he needs to add is water and a little creativity!
- Inspires an interest in nature
- No batteries required
- 100% satisfaction guaranteed
- Great quality
- Young children may need supervision
- May be able to gather the supplies for a terrarium yourself for less money
Under $50 Toys for 8-Year-Old Boys
If your budget is $25-$50, check out these toys and gifts. They include an assortment of educational and action gifts.
21. Monopoly Gamer
Now that my 8-year-old is old enough to earn money of his own, he is pretty excited to buy his favorite toys. Monopoly Gamer has been on his wish list for months, and he finally earned enough to buy it. It has definitely lived up to all the hype he gave it. This take on the classic Monopoly features Super Mario characters. Instead of traditional Monopoly money, players use Mario coins. Each character has special abilities which are activated by the power-up die. As in the Super Mario video games, players battle evil bosses to win the game. I love that this game gives the chance for kids to play with their favorite characters without being connected to an electronic device!
- Fun combination of Monopoly and Super Mario
- Helps teach money skills
- Exciting twists
- Power-ups sometimes are too powerful
22. Blankie Tails Shark Blanket
This cozy blanket is a great gift for an 8-year-old boy. It is the perfect size for a young boy, and the theme is exciting. What boy wouldn’t enjoy pretending to be eaten by a shark?
The shark’s eyes glow in the dark, and the double-sided minky fabric is comfy and warm. This shark blanket is a great size for boys up to 4 feet 11 inches tall. Whether your boy chooses to use this at a sleepover, in his bed, or just to cuddle up on the couch, this is a great gift option for young boys.
You will love that this shark sleeping bag is machine washable. It also comes with a full refund for 20 days after purchase.
- High quality fabric
- Double-sided minky fabric
- Eyes glow in the dark
- Not great for tall boys
23. Joyjam RC Stunt Car
You would earn some serious bonus points by giving your boy this amazing toy. The Joyjam RC Stunt Car is every boy’s dream toy. It drives, spins, and flips. The colors are vibrant, and the sleek look of this car makes it even more exciting. Choose from either green or red.
This durable remote control car for young kids goes forward, backward, left, and right. It can go on land or in the water. It tumbles 360 degrees and keeps on going. Speeds can reach up to 12 km per hour (about 7.5 miles per hour).
The car comes with a rechargeable battery. The remote requires 2 AA batteries. Unfortunately, the car battery only lasts for about 20 minutes of driving time before needing to be recharged. It does recharge quickly, though.
- Flips and spins
- Rechargeable battery for car
- Goes on land or in water
- Rechargeable battery doesn’t last long
- Requires 2 AA batteries for remote
24. Relay Kids Phone Alternative
Parents need to keep tabs on their kiddos, but many 8-year-olds aren’t ready for an actual cell phone. The Relay Kids Phone Alternative is similar to a walkie talkie system, and it comes with GPS capabilities. Kids use the Relay unit to contact their parent’s smartphone and vice versa. Parents can even set up the option for kids to talk with their friends on Relay units (if they each have a Relay).
When you download the app to your smartphone, you can track your child through the Relay GPS. I love that I can look at the app and see exactly where my boy is.
The Relay also has some fun features. You can upload your son’s favorite songs to the Relay, and he can use headphones to listen. You can also use the headphones for conversations to keep them private. My boys love the Daily Joke feature on the Relay. You can also translate your message into another language. The Echo option repeats your message in funny tones.
This phone alternative for kids is easy and fun to use and comes in five colors. Relay service costs $9.99 and requires no contract; you can cancel at any time.
- Only connects to approved contacts
- Accurate GPS tracking
- No internet or games
- Less expensive than other similar products
- Can’t have a private conversation
25. Prograce Action Camera
What 8-year-old boy doesn’t like being in the middle of the action? This action video camera is just what every boy needs to capture his most exciting moments; it’s small, durable, and takes good video (up to an hour and a half). My son received one of these for his last birthday, and many months later it is still one of his favorite toys. It can mount to a bike, scooter or skateboard, and it can even be taken underwater. It comes with a rechargeable lithium battery and an SD slot with a max capacity of 32 MB. Let your boy be the envy of the neighborhood without having to break the bank!
- Takes exciting action videos
- Mounts to bike, scooter, or skateboard
- Can be used underwater
- Might promote dangerous stunts
26. K’NEX Simple Machines
This building kit contains 221 parts and allows kids to build working models of actual real world machines. Kids think they are just having fun, but they are really being exposed to the laws of physics at work. K’NEX teaches kids to follow instructions to get the desired outcomes, but it also allows kids to use their creativity to come up with designs of their own. Working in teams while using this kit can also help kids learn to work together. I love when fun and science go together!
- Makes 7 machines
- Fun STEM toy
- Good LEGO alternative
- Encourages team work
- Few pieces for the price
27. Blast Pad Missile Launcher
The Blast Pad Missile Launcher is great for young boys. It is easy to assemble; simply attach the hoses to the base. After assembly, place a missile on the tube, jump on the launch base, and watch the missile launch high into the air. Kids (and adults) love seeing whose missile goes highest. This is definitely an outdoor toy and will provide hours of fun. Use it with one child or with a large group. You can purchase additional missiles separately.
- Fun outdoor activity
- Promotes great competition
- Have to buy extra missiles separately
- Missiles are not great quality
28. Little Pretenders Walkie Talkies
Boys love to pretend they are secret spies or that they are explorers. The Little Pretenders Walkie Talkies for Kids are a great gift option. They have a two mile range and three channels. Additional walkie talkies can be purchased and used together when they are on the same channel. The sound quality is great, and the walkie talkies are very durable. They come with a belt clip and a built-in flashlight. They are easy to operate, with a push-to-talk button. Give hours of exploring fun with this gift.
- Fun for outdoors or indoors
- 2 mile range
- Good sound quality and durability
- Batteries drain quickly
- Plastic quality isn’t great
28. POKONBOY Blaster Gun and Target Set
- 80 bullets
- Fun activity to do alone or with friends
- Targets automatically rebound
- Not as good quality as Nerf
Do your boys love Nerf guns as much as mine do? I have to admit, I get a little tired of telling my boys to stop shooting at people. This target set has helped to alleviate that stress. Now my boys can focus on their accuracy by shooting at the target. A light beam helps the shooter aim correctly, and breaking glass sound effects go off when you hit the target.
Included in this set are two guns, 4 targets, and 80 suction darts. Although this isn’t as high of quality as Nerf brand, it is still a great choice and one your boy will enjoy.
Under $100 Gift Ideas for 8-Year-Old Boys
For $50-$100, you can get a gift your boy will use for years to come and will be excited to show off to his friends!
30. Gabb Wireless Safe Cell Phone
If you are anything like me, you are hesitant to give your child a smartphone; it’s just too scary. Thankfully, we found Gabb Wireless and I don’t worry. This kid-friendly cell phone looks like a smartphone, but it doesn’t have any internet capability or apps (other than the apps it comes with). It has unlimited talking and texting, and you can choose either the basic plan or the plus plan, which includes the capability of group texting and photo texting. There is even GPS tracking with this phone so you can always know where your child is. It has a calculator, camera, radio, calendar, video, and Bluetooth for music. And there is no contract with this phone!
- No internet capability
- Unlimited talk and text
- No contract
- Kids can delete texts without parents knowing
31. Razor Spark+ Kick Scooter
A scooter is a great active outdoor toy that can provide some independence for an 8-year-old. Razor is known for making quality, long lasting kick scooters that are fun to ride. This Razor Spark+ scooter has some extra features to make it even more fun to ride. A foot-controlled detachable bar has flint pads which cause sparks when riding the scooter. It also includes a replacement spark cartridge.
The scooter is foldable, making it easy to store and transport. Padded handlebars make for a comfortable experience, and the handlebar height is easily adjusted to accommodate kids of varying heights. As a parent, I like that this scooter can stand up to rough play and keep on going.
- High-quality, durable scooter
- Fun sparks
- Easy to store and transport
- Light up wheels
- Have to replace spark cartridge
32. Razor RipStik Ripster Caster Board
Here is a gift your boy and his friends will love! The Razor RipStik Ripster is a favorite among boys. It’s similar to a regular skateboard, but it swivels. This will be a toy your boy will need to practice to get the hang of, but it’s one he will use often. Be sure he has (and wears) a helmet any time he rides his Ripster.
- 360 degree caster wheels
- Great outdoor toy
- Excellent quality
- Slip resistant deck
- Takes a good amount of practice to get proficient
33. Osmo Genius Kit
The Osmo Genius Kit was the Toy of the Year in 2015, and for good reason. It combines the technology of an iPad with 5 exciting, brain-building games to keep your 8-year old wanting more. Visual thinking, problem-solving, and creative drawing skills are increased as the user solves tanagram puzzles, completes word games, and draws or colors pictures. While this toy is more expensive than some of the others on this list, it is definitely worth the money. Be aware that this kit cannot be used without an iPad.
- Excellent STEM toy
- Encourages critical thinking and problem solving
- Many different activities
- Cannot be used without an iPad
- More expensive than other options on this list
34. Dynacraft Magna Throttle BMX Bike
- Good quality
- Smooth ride
- Tire tubes puncture easily
This is a great choice for a bike for an 8-year-old boy. The Dynacraft Magna Throttle is a good quality bike; the frame and fork have a lifetime warranty. It comes with a coast brake (meaning you have to push back on the pedals to brake). Riders will find the ride on a Dynacraft Magna much more smooth than on smaller bicycles. The only negative with this bike is that the tire tubes puncture easily, but this is pretty common with kids’ bikes and is easily repaired.
35. Sorbus Saucer Swing
If you are looking for a fun backyard toy or even something exciting for kids during the colder months, this oval shaped swing is a great option. You can hang it from a tree, a swing set, or even a house beam. This swing is easy to mount and comes with all the necessary hardware. It holds up to 330 pounds, so even adults can enjoy this indoor swing for kids.
The rope is made of polyethylene and the frame is a steel tube padded with NBR foam. This swing is good for kids over age 3. Kids love the shape and size of this swing. It can hold 3 kids at once, though you will want to set ground rules so no one gets hurt. The colors on this swing are exciting, and the removable flags add an extra flare.
- Can be used indoors or outdoors
- Holds up to 330 pounds
- Up to 3 kids
- Not good for kids under 3
Do 8-year-old boys still play with imagination toys?
Since boys this age spend most of their days working hard at school, imagination toys offer an excellent outlet for them. They will certainly enjoy opportunities to access their creativity and escape into a world of fantasy. Building toys, such as LEGOs or K’NEX, are excellent options if you want to get a toy to foster their imagination.
What’s a good outdoor toy for an 8-year-old boy?
Outdoor toys allow 8-year-old boys to release energy, enjoy fresh air, and unplug from electronics. If you’re in the market for a toy which will offer those benefits, check out our list which outlines several fantastic options. A few popular outdoor toys include a saucer swing, bike, scooter, or fishing pole. You can’t go wrong with any of these!
What makes a good STEM toy for an 8-year-old boy?
First of all, you’ll want to make sure to purchase a STEM toy which is age-appropriate and challenges him intellectually. Also, look for products which appeal to his personal interests whether they be coding, circuits, building, or forensics. With so many options out there, you’re sure to find the perfect STEM toy for your 8-year-old boy!
Gifts Ideas for Other Ages
- Gifts and Toys for 2-year-old Boys
- Gifts and Toys for 4-year-old Girls
- Gifts and Toys for 7-year-old Boys
- Gifts and Toys for 9-year-old Boys
Other Resources for Parents of 8-Year-Old-Boys
- Development Milestones for 8-Year-Olds
- Understanding an 8-Year-Old Emotionally
- Fun Activities for 8-Year-Old Boys