Treehouse Toys has toys for all ages, boys and girls, that will challenge, educate and provide enjoyment for hours upon hours.
HottyToddy.com’s Steve Vassallo visited Treehouse this week and was fascinated by many of the selections having just arrived for Christmas. Following are four examples of gifts for boys:
1Science Wiz Toys
Science projects geared for ages 7-12 are award winners from National Parenting Magazine. As these could be categorized as “crafts for boys,” the projects include Light/Physics/Chemistry/Electricity and Energy. These sell for $19.99 and are designed to stimulate a creative and educational environment.
2KidKraft’s Farm Train Set (75 pieces)
KidKraft’s Farm Train Set is for ages 3 to 10, for both girls and boys and sells for $63.99. According to the Treehouse staff, “Everything you need is in the box,” as batteries are not required. This game is compatible with other wooden train sets.
3LEGO’s Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean
This complex and challenging toy consists of 2,294 pieces. It is recommended for ages 14 and up and is ideal for father/son and brothers to construct. Selling for $197.99, it’s a great gift for a young person who loves to be challenged. The ultimate product is Captain Jack Sparrow’s ship from the movie. LEGO products are always a good choice for quality and durability and are highly recommended by the Treehouse staff.
4A Star Quality Classic Toy
The Old West Shooting Set selling for $42.99 is primarily for boys 8 and up. This unique game shoots an electronic beam up to 20 feet away to objects positioned on a log. A tune is played for successful shots. Treehouse describes this toy as “fantastic” for an item under this year’s Christmas tree.
These selections are only a few among many to be found in Treehouse’s treasure chest of toys for this Christmas season. Next week, Treehouse Toys will showcase gift options for girls. Treehouse Toys is located at 1201 Merchants Drive in Oxford, next to
Steve Vassallo is a HottyToddy.com contributor. Steve writes on Ole Miss athletics, Oxford business, politics and other subjects. He is an Ole Miss grad and former radio announcer for the basketball team. Currently, Steve is a highly successful leader in the real estate business who lives in Oxford with his wife Rosie. You can contact Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 985-852-7745.HERE!