You're supposed to express your love on Valentine's Day—and there's no greater love than that between a parent and child. So in addition to romantic gifts for him and for her, don't forget to get a little something for the little ones in your life. These Valentine's Day gifts for kids (girls and boys!) will last long after February 14.
Bake Valentine's Day cookies with love—and with these cute emoji-shaped cutters. For a less sugary alternative, make smiley sandwiches!
Lay one on 'em—wherever they are! These "Sealed With a Kiss" keychains can actually detect a cheek and deliver a smacking sound.
Start teaching "Adopt, Don't Shop" early with a furry friend your child can care for.
You may not be able to buy candy conversation hearts anymore, but your little one can still enjoy some super-sweet stickers.
This little guy's not just a snuggle buddy: He also glows to soothe unsure sleepers.
Help her look at the world through loving eyes with these festive shades.
Valentine's Day doesn't have to be all hearts and flowers. This cool truck incorporates the rosy hue of the season without being so literal. Fill the truck bed with candy to really impress kids.
Take cues from Cupid with this cute, handmade bow-and-arrow set.
Send your kids off to school with these ready-to-give-out temporary tattoos for Valentine's Day.
We can't think of a better apron to wear while baking Valentine's Day treats than this one inspired by the City of Love.
This snuggly stuffed animal is a charitable twist on the traditional teddy bear. Every time you purchase a cuddle + kind doll, the company donates 10 meals to hungry kids in the U.S.
Aspiring artists can get creative—and maybe even address classmates' Valentine's notes—with these heart-shaped stacking crayons.
It's said that having a child is "to have your heart go walking around outside your body." This set of three necklaces (one for Mom, one for each daughter) brings the Elizabeth Stone quote to life.
Your own little mermaid will flip for this cozy blanket featuring fins.
This toy nods to the sugar-filled season in an educational way. Sorting the pieces helps children ages two and up develop color and shape identification.
Regardless of era, this old-fashioned toy is timeless. Even better, attach a Valentine's Day card that says "You Have a Magnetic Personality" or "I'm Stuck on You."
In addition to a heart, kids can build a spinning top, a robot, and more with this cleverly contained kit.
Keep them warm and cozy beneath a collage of family photos that will remind them how much they are loved.
Every little girl needs a heart sweater at some point in her life.
This book is a perfect tool for helping toddlers learn about feelings.
This adorable accent pillow is ready for cuddles.
Your little one will be puddle-ready thanks to these heart-patterned rain boots.
This portable charger is perfect for your teens who are constantly on their phones. (Sigh.)
Kids can cuddle up and get cozy in this fun PJ set.
Now your daughter can wear your love around her wrist every day.
Make your toddler feel extra-special on February 14 by gifting her with this sweet skirt and shirt set.
Your daughter will love wearing these cute socks on a cold day.
Bedtime blues, be gone! Your kids will love getting under the covers in these breakfast-inspired Valentine's Day pajamas.
Teach your little ones their ABCs with this book that pairs each letter of the alphabet with a word that teaches them about trust, love, and affection.
Send some love to school with your kiddos, thanks to this cute lunch box.