Looking for some fun, cute Valentine’s Day gifts for your kids, but don’t want to resort to the usual chocolate heart boxes? We have some ideas for you!
1. Personalized name crayons, Etsy
These are so cute and useful— and will make your kiddo feel special.
2. Bath bombs, LUSH
Just make sure you get the ones that are glitter-free. Trust us.
3. Candy heart stickers, Amazon
Now that candy conversation hearts aren’t available anymore, grab some stickers that share the same sweet messages!
4. ABC Love book, Barnes and Noble or Amazon
Does your little one love books? Get them this sweet book that pairs each letter of the alphabet with words that teach about love and affection. The book is great for the children who still need those thicker pages, and the illustrations are fantastic.
5. Valentine’s themed jigsaw puzzle, Zazzle
Keep the Valentine’s feels going while they work their brains putting together a fun puzzle.
7. Skip Hop Zoo backpack or lunch bag, Skip Hop
Give your kid a chance to show off their style while they channel their inner dragon, llama, narwhal or fox!
8. Rocketbook Mini Notebook
Is your child an artist? Give them this dry-erase, cloud-connected notebook! Once their masterpiece is complete, kiddos can send their work to a device for digital storage before creating something new!
9. Personalized water bottle or juice bottle, Pottery Barn Kids
How about giving them something they can use everyday? Bonus: If it has their name on it, maybe they’re less likely to lose it.
10. Scrunchies, Amazon
For the VSCO girls in your life.
11. Love notes from Mom and Dad
Super easy and a sure hit. Cover your kid’s bedroom door in cutout hearts or various shapes in red and pink, or their favorite colors, with notes about what you love about them.
13. Coloring placemat, Amazon
Are your kids messy eaters? Give them a placemat they can decorate themselves, maybe then they’ll actually use it.
14. Valentine’s Day pencils, Amazon
These are perfect to take to school. And, if there are enough, share with classmates!