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Just a trip to McDonalds playground or arcade12
$100 for a gift is a lot. You could get many things honestly. At that age (any age really) Lego is a good option. Really depends on what they are in to. Sports stuff, things related to their favorite video game, books, science kits etc... But honestly Lego is always a hit with anyone age 4-9421
Magna tiles are a pretty big hit with my kiddos112
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The 6 year old would probably like a cool pop-it. They come in fun shapes like dinosaurs and hamburgers.
The 9 year old would probably like some cool sneakers (boys are really into sneakers these days). RCV (you can probably find a beginner one within your budget).
Either boy; A new basketball or soccer ball is usually appreciated. Anything that lights up. Snow toys. Lego set (that will be entire budget). Video games or gift cards for buying dlc. Movie passes.10
Hot wheelz, legos, marble sets, train sets, video games12
Get them a musical instrument like a recorder with a beginner's guide, or a small keyboard and direct them to YouTube instructional videos.10
$100 for each nephew, or $50 for each nephew?
-Nerf Guns ranging from $20-60 (depending on gun/bazooka size)
-Video games since they’re $20-501
Sporting goods. Trust me. One day they'll look back on all the times they kicked a ball they played that outdoor game that looks like bowling and so on and so on 🙏🙏🙏🙏10
Buy a hundred dollar sled and gift them the box. Then go sledding with tour friends.10
tbh with you I wish i had a tool set at around 8-9 to get me more interested in working with my hands. Being a handiman for vehicle and at home repairs would get them a lot of ladies down the road! XD0
Lego is around that price range or you could get a group of children’s binoculars or a toy car for driving around in.11
A gift card for whatever places or games they might be into1
Large Trucks or Cars. However, Dear, Hurry!!! May NOT get them Now or in the Future. Toys are Scarce and getting Scrooged OUT.:((xxoo0
Assuming he doesn't already have something, LEGO or KNEX sets... something he can build with that he can also share with others.0
some sort of learning gift like chemistry or engineering projects. They are on the internet and you can pay for 6 months of these projects to be delivered and he will learn from them10
Young kids are easy. They care more about the quantity of gifts than the quality. Hit up a used games store and get them a gameboy advance SP and as many games as you can with what you have left.0
Well what are they interested in? Because that will let you know how far that $100 will go.0
Maybe train set hot wheels, yard games anything but tech kids need to play0
Have you tried purchasing both boys action figures or make buy something that has to do with superheroes like those toys swords and masks etc.0
meh, i'd say don't waste your money on spoiling them and creating entitled asshats.3
Save the money, have them help build a go cart or a mini bike. I buit my 1st mini bike at 100
Football or baseball card sets on my Etsy shop 888virtualfleamarket. I also have a new interactive robot on there. Many cool things boys would like.0
some action figures or trading cards. i loved trading cards yugioh especially0
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Here are a few items that I can recommend though it will depend on what their interests are... Cubicfun 3D Puzzles are a great gift and they come in basic/advanced forms, if you want to go with something more advanced such as the Titanic which well set you back $45 but a parent could help them with it as a teamwork and educational gift.
Lego is a great gift as well but they are pricey especially for licensed brands like Star Wars, Harry Potter, Disney, Batman and so on... But here are some sets I recommend, speed champion set line is really cool and there are a lot of cheap options under $60 if they are into cars, it would be a perfect choice!
There are some really nice sets in creator 3in1, you can easily find some good cheap sets in this line, from animals, dinosaurs, dragons, vehicles such as space shuttles, planes, boats, ships and cars, modular buildings, castle and much more! its great for being on a budget.
There are other cities as well for LEGO Architecture line, some are pretty cool but they are a bit pricey from $40.00 to 130.00
Hope that gives some variety to ideas for you!