For many kids, Valentine's Day was a big deal. Don't believe us? Think back to when you were a kid. Not only did you spend what felt like hours writing Valentines for every classmate, but you might've received a little something special from your biggest admirers: Your parents.
So why not show your little ones some extra love on this heart-filled day?
Parents are getting creative when it comes to showing their kids they care on February 14, giving them everything from personalized sweets to heart-emblazoned games and clothes and the sweetest diary. You can even craft a custom unicorn or robot mailbox with them to hold their many Valentine's Day cards. So go on and share the love with these 17 Valentine's Day gifts for kids.
Shopping for an infant or toddler? Purchase a book that features gorgeous cut-outs that begins to explain the concept of love. Have your little one pick out their favorite animal from an assortment of elephants, rabbits, and more.
This custom wooden four-across game is handmade in North Carolina to your preferences (including disc color). Suggestion: Write your child's name and "Mom" or "Dad."
Every child should have a diary to write down their thoughts and dreams. What makes this pick so sweet? Its gorgeous silver lock and embossed detail.
If you want to give your child's Valentine's Day present a fun, scientific flair, these plush toys will help them get acquainted with the boy's organs—yes, including the heart. Fun fact: They're designed by an illustrator who is intrigued by human anatomy.
The quickest way to many peoples's hearts is through their stomachs. Help your little one embrace their sweet tooth with this adorable baking set. Bon appétit!
Pop-up books are fun for the whole family, and we know you'll agree. This pick in particular puts you on the hunt to find a heart hidden under each artistic scene. (PS: It's best for kids ages five and up.)
Teach your child from a young age that they can be anything they set their mind to. Shiny gold stitching and details are fit for your little royal.
A box with customized M&M's is a winner of a gift, especially when you emblazoned your child's face on the front. We think the candy hearts we normally associate with Valentine's Day has met its match.
This Valentine's Day, let your little one's love take off like a rocket ship with the help of this mailbox kit. Keep the warm fuzzies alive year-round by sporadically slipping some notes inside.
Not only will this sweet "Love is Love" mug remind your child how much you love them, but it's also perfect for a cup of hot cocoa and marshmallows. West Elm's option comes in a set of two, so you and your little one can have matching mugs.
Since there's no such thing as too many cute Valentine's Day card mailboxes, check out this adorable unicorn style. Leave one at home for family Valentines and one at school for their classmates' notes.
Leave this throw pillow on their bed the night before Valentine's Day so they have a treat to wake up to in the morning. Plus, did we mention it's super fluffy?
Valentine's Day is about dressing the part, no matter how old you are. However, these handmade mittens are stylish enough to wear year-round.
A mini set of crayons receive a stylish upgrade with heart-shaped holders, perfect for the holiday (or any day, really). When kids get sick of coloring, they can stack the crayons on top of one another to make a toy snake.
Get your newborn in the Valentine's Day spirit with a heart-shaped rattle. This option from Burro is made of wood, so it can withstand a serious bout of teething.
Looking for a present your teenager will actually like? Feast your eyes on this cute charger. Compatible with most smartphones, this gadget will ensure their gadgets and they're always connected.
Of course, no Valentine's Day is complete without a great card. This pun-tastic option from Paper Source is equal parts humorous and heart-warming.