I love getting my daughter a little gift on special holidays. Valentine’s day is no exception! I created a Valentine’s Day gift guide for kids to help you find the perfect little gift to give your little Valentine. They steal our hearts all year long so it’s nice to show them how much they mean to us on this special day.
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I love these adorable Heart Shower 2 piece Gymmies from Gymboree! They are so cute and look so comfortable. Plus, they are currently 20% off along with everything in the Gymboree Valentine Shop.
I really wish I had one of these when I was a kid! The Knot Genie is a must have for a parent with a little girl. This
would be fun to put in a little gift bag for them.
I found these cute heart socks at Crazy 8. I like the fact that they aren’t red and white so your kids can wear them all year long. They are currently on sale for $3.99.
TeeBlox is great for girls or boys, especially older kids. It is a subscription box were you get a fun t-shirt every month for only $9.99. You can choose from categories like: Disney, Video games, Marvel, TV and Movies, DC Comics, Cartoons, etc. You can also get 10% off your first month. You can cancel anytime.
Aren’t these so fun?! I love everything from Kidorable but especially these umbrellas. They are so cute and I know any kid would love them. They also have super cute hats, mittens, scarves, and raincoats too! Get 10% off on all orders when you use Coupon code AFFPROMO15.
Do your kids love making things? You can get them a subscription to Kiwi Crate. They offer hands-on fun projects that encourage creativity and curiosity in children. They have different age boxes from 3-16+. You get 30% off of your first month subscription. You can do a monthly plan or all the way up to a 12 month plan.
I found these amazing wristbands at DaySpring. It’s a great way to remind your kids of how much they are loved every single day. They were under the Valentine’s section of the website.
What little girl wouldn’t love this personalized Frozen puzzle from Shutterfly?! They even had some cute Mickey and Cars themed ones for boys, too. You could put it together as a family. It comes in either 60 pieces or 252 pieces.
My daughter is a HUGE fan of the “If you Give” books so she would love this one! The Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse book comes in a board book, hardcover, or paperback.
Who doesn’t love Snoopy and Charlie Brown? This would make for a great family movie night. Your kids will love Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown.
If your kids have a green thumb, they make like this Tickle Me Plant gift box. You grow your own Tickle Me plant and it closes it’s leaves when it is “tickled”. This set has a Valentine’s theme that is really cute.
Have a Shopkins fan? This cute Shopkins Valentine’s sticker set comes with Shopkins stickers, stamps, erasers, and more.
You can’t go wrong with activity books. My daughter loves coloring and stickers so she would go crazy over this. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that it keeps her busy so I can get things done around the house 🙂 .
If Mom is getting some jewelry for Valentine’s Day, you could give the girls this cute Make your own Charm Bracelet Kit so they can be just like Mom.
Hooded towels make really cute gifts. They are a big hit in my house. I think we have an owl, monkey, Minnie Mouse, and more! Makes bath time more fun.
Discount Mags offers a bunch of children’s magazine subscriptions. They have everything from Sports Illustrated Kids, Zoobooks, Disney Princess, Highlights, and so much more. My daughter loves getting mail so I know she would love her own magazine subscription!
I’ve gotten several books from I See Me! They are fantastic and make great keepsakes. They are honestly my daughters favorite books. They offer personalized books and items for every occasion, including Valentine’s Day.
I found this adorable decorate your own wooden heart box from Melissa and Doug. This is so cute to put little knick knacks in!
Activities are great to surprise older kids with. You can check out Groupon for some great deals on concert tickets, trampoline parks, bounce houses, indoor rock climbing, paintball, and so many more ideas.
If your kids like crafts, drawing, or cooking, they may want some classes from Craftsy. They offer online classes, with video, for all kinds of hobbies. They even offer free mini classes that you may be interested to try, too!
Last but not least is good old fashioned bubbles! I love the bubble oodles from Gymboree. We actually got these from her Gymboree class but you can buy them online, too. These make so many bubbles and they last a long time, until you pop them. Plus, they are non-toxic.
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