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Toys for Children age 13 Years

Whilst computer games tend to be rather high up the agenda for 13 year old children, itís still possible to find a good selection of modern-day classic games that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Companies like Hasbro and Ravensburger have good ranges for this age, so itís perhaps worth looking to them for inspiration as well as a wide choice.

Top products for 13 year olds

Many games for this age tend to have a celebrity or topical slant to them, although there is more than just board and electronic games out there. Budding engineers are likely to be interested in some of the more complex Lego and Meccano sets that can provide very challenging projects. Failing that, why not look towards sports toys which tend to transcend the age ranges, and are as popular with children aged 13 as much as any other age group.


LOGO What Am I?
LOGO What Am I? by Drumond Park

There are three activities built into this toy... guessing, drawing and describing.

Roald Dahl Brainbox
Roald Dahl Brainbox by BrainBox Games

This games is full of questions on Roald Dahl's most popular books.

Mapominoes
Mapominoes

It's a bit like dominoes but uses counties as the playing pieces.

Yana and Bo
Yana and Bo

These robots produced Play-i are designed to teach kids important programming skills.

Realism Board Game
Realism Board Game

A fun family board game that helps people understand the financial ins and outs of life.

Dodekka
Dodekka by Coiledspring Games

Lots of twists of strategy that makes it a fun game.

Pro Swingball
Pro Swingball by Mookie

Itís so tall that players sometimes have to jump off the ground to reach the highest shots!

iball4
iball4

This mesmerising device provides fun, pleasure and frustration in equal amount.

Family Rapidough
Family Rapidough by Drumond Park

An innovative and hugely popular team game of modelling charades.

LOGO The Best of TV and Movies
LOGO The Best of TV and Movies by Drumond Park

Usually best played in teams, LOGO The Best of TV and Movies really lives up to its name.