Buying a gift for a teenager can sometimes be a bit intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. While there are many high-tech gifts for teens, there are also some more traditional type gifts that are very popular and appreciated by teens. Be sure to think about what your teen enjoys, likes, and spends time doing when choosing a gift. The more your purchase matches what your teen has a natural interest, the more your gift will be appreciated now and in the future.


Games are back in vogue for teen entertainment. A very popular board game is Da Vinci’s Challenge, and it has won a prize from Mensa. This game makes players create increasingly challenging ways to solve the puzzles and win the game. If your child likes to be challenged and likes to think outside the box, this may be the right gift.


Ever-popular electronic devices, toys, and gadgets are a great option. This year, the Roboraptor is a very popular gift. While not just a remote control device, this futuristic-looking dinosaur has infrared, touch, and sonic sensors that allow it to move around with ease. For teens who like to have the latest in cool toys, the Radica 20 Question Portable Game lets players try to outwit the game’s artificial intelligence with an old-fashioned 20-question game.


The key to buying music players is realizing that you get what you pay for. Avoid buying low-end or discounted models as they will generally not hold their own over time. Mid-line or even higher-priced models will generally last longer and have better service and warranty plans. IPods, MP3 players, and music-capable cell phones are popular items today. They are very sleek and slim, and even the smallest MP3 player can hold up to a hundred songs and can be downloaded very easily.


While braided jewelry is still popular, beads are becoming the next trend. The beads are available all over the world, and teens can make their own hair accessories, jewelry, necklaces, and other items. Beads allow you to develop a unique sense of style and creativity, as well as keeping young people in style.

Regardless of the gift you choose for your teenager, the key is to match his personality. By spending a little time considering your likes and dislikes, you are more likely to match your gift with the teenager and ensure that the gift is a success both now and in the future.

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