Valentine’s Day gifts for children don’t strictly have to be flowers and chocolates, especially not when there’s a special little one to whom you’d like to give a gift.
Tell your little one you love them in a new way—in French—with the Je T’aime Letter Cushion from Atsuyo et Akiko ($78).
Got a little baker in the house who wants to make cookies for friends? The Valentine’s Bakers Kit ($29) will allow your child to make up to 24 cookies.
What could be cuter than a stuffed, heart-shaped toy to love? The Donna Wilson Lovey ($48) is just the thing for Valentine’s Day, regardless of your child’s age.
The Love You Stamp Set from Yellow Owl Workshop ($19) pairs sweet heart shapes with natural maple wood (please note that the ink pads are sold separately).
Jewelry is a popular Valentine’s Day gift, and for kids, it’s fun when they can make their own! Try this DIY Necklace Bead set ($15.40).
If you’re looking for a summary of Valentine’s Day all in one gift for a child, it’s the Pop Cutie Chocolate Heart Cake Ring ($6.70)—chocolate, flowers, and jewelry all in one place, without the sugar high or the letdown of real flowers that fade away with time.
The Love You Love You Baby Tee from Munster Kids ($36) says it all, and it can be worn all spring and summer.
The Limited Japanese Pen Case Gift Set ($38.90) is a fun spin on the usual chocolate gifts for Valentine’s Day.
If you’re looking for a fun and silly add-on to another gift, the Tattoo Heart Drawing ($4) may elicit a little giggle from the recipient. They won’t be able to believe you got them a tattoo.
A cute, cuddly stuffed animal like the Senger Bear ($62) is always holiday-appropriate. It’ll be easy to fall in love with this handmade organic cotton companion.
What was your favorite Valentine’s Day gift you received as a child?
by Crystal Schwanke for tada! shop