Gift Ideas for 4-Year-Old Boys Who Love Music & Crafts

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Gift Ideas for 4-Year-Old Boys Who Love Music & Crafts
Choose a craft gift for the 4-year-old boy in your life. (Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

It can be difficult to choose a unique gift for a 4-year-old boy. Children at this age often only ask for toys, but usually already have more than enough of them. However, if you are shopping for a young boy who enjoys being creative and making crafts or music, there are plenty of gifts to choose from. Select something that complements one of his hobbies and you cannot go wrong.

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Music Books

When you are shopping for a child who enjoys music, consider giving him a book filled with pictures of different musical instruments. A children's book about a child who plays music or sings is another idea. On the other hand, you could choose an interactive music book that allows him to press buttons and hear a noise that sounds like the music created by different instruments.

Musical Toy

While a 4-year-old boy is not old enough to begin playing a real musical instrument, you can help him further his interest in music by purchasing a musical toy for him. For example, choose a toy piano that he can play with. You can also find guitars, saxophones and other toy musical instruments that buttons that he can press to create the music.

Scrapbooking Gift Basket

A young boy who enjoys making crafts would likely have fun making his own scrapbook. Give him a gift basket filled with items that he would need to make a scrapbook filled with pictures of his friends, family and hobbies he enjoys. Place a scrapbook in the basket, along with extra pages. Add construction paper, scissors, a glue stick, stickers and other things he needs to make a scrapbook. Encourage him to place pictures as well as his written memories in the scrapbook.

Painting Gifts

Another creative outlet for a young boy who enjoys crafts is painting. Consider giving him a few blank canvases that are already framed. Along with the canvases, give him a selection of acrylic paints, different sized paint brushes, sponges and other items he can use to paint pictures. The pre-framed canvases will allow him to paint his pictures and easily hang them on the wall.

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