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Besides chocolate, what on earth do you get teen boy for Easter when it comes to gift ideas? Here are some gifts that he will not roll his eyes at or shove under the bed, I promise.
Easter Gift Ideas for Teen Boys
I’m going to be real with you; while I was putting together some of these easter gift ideas my own teenage son was looking over my shoulder. I’m happy to report these are teen boy approved!
If you need more ideas for older teens and young adults, check out some of these 20 Easter Gifts Ideas for College Students. Or shop for your daughter with these Easter Gift Ideas for Teen Girls.
Gamer Gift Basket
This gamer themed gift basket comes customized and pre-filled so you can make easter super easy this year. This would also make a great long-distance gift from grandparents for teenage
Giant Bowling Set
Easter usually means it’s time to play outside and that means it’s time to get out the giant inflatable bowling set.
Remote control anything is a lot of fun for a teenage boy but it’s even better if it’s a tiny bug to freak people out with.
Your teenager has moved away from the childish Lego sets and colorful pieces. Get him something challenging like the architecture series.
This cute bunny will stand guard on your teen boy’s desk while he does homework (plays computer games). The ears are scissors!
Even though we all have cellphones there’s something special about having a nice watch. Get him something that fits his personality: sports if he’s into that, or more formal if he likes to dress up.
Did You Feed The Dog? Chart
Giving a teen boy this gift might just change his life. The chart reminds him what he needs to do every day and you just slide the indicator over to check it off. Easy to tell what has, and hasn’t, been done yet.
Bunny Kingdom Game
Bunny Kingdom combines adorable bunny figures with in-depth drafting and territory control elements for an interesting strategy game.
Portable Power Bank
He’ll never be able to use “my phone was dead” as an excuse to not reply to you with this gift.
Big Ball of Whacks
Even teenagers need time to fidget and play to help them think about a task, or just wind down.
Hot Dog Maker
Now that your teen boy is cooking on his own why not make his life a little easier, and tastier, with a hot dog maker.
Pretty much any game he wants is a great Easter gift. Or you can pick up something like this retro Pac-Man arcade game that plays a bunch of classic games.
This book is filled with flow charts to help resolve the inconsequential dilemmas that plague your teen boy’s life. Some include: Should I change the channel? And can I eat food off the floor?
If you’re putting together an Easter basket for your teen boy, especially if there’s younger sibling in the house, grab something handmade like this basket on Etsy. Just because he’s older doesn’t mean he won’t get a kick out of seeing his favorite character on the side.
How to Rob a Bank
Board games are always a great gift for teen boys. This one he can play with friends where one person is the robber and everyone else plays as guards.
Help him fight off spring sunshine when he emerges from his room or basement by gifting these stylish sunglasses.
Customized Treat Jar
This is a fun twist on giving easter candy. Fill it up with your teenage son’s favorite treats for easter. After it’s empty he can reuse it to store snacks and other goodies.
Unfortunately most teens already drink coffee, so why not give him his own special mug to brighten each morning (or afternoon on the weekend).
Get him outside this spring by giving your teen boy a drone for Easter.
Get some laughs going in your kitchen with a unique magnetic poetry set. There are all different kinds so pick one that’s suited to his interests!
It’s hard for teen boys to stay organized. Help him out by giving him a special place to write down all his important crap.
Sometimes it’s just easier to buy an assembled Easter basket. This one is full of things a teen boy would like and it’s all ready to give!
Being a teenager is hard so it’s nice to make them feel loved and thought about, especially when they’re too old (or too young) for most of the fun stuff.