After they've DIYed their valentines for the class and crafted their own mailbox, your kids have certainly earned a little Valentine's Day gift to call their own. These ideas — some red and pink and some not — will totally make their day. And don't miss even more Valentine's Day gift ideas for toddlers and boys (because they can be hard to shop for on an occasion all about mushy stuff).
Let them sit around the table and get creative with Play-Doh in Valentine's Day reds and pinks — and if they're feeling generous, the bag comes with gift tags that stick right on top!
One of the hardest-to-get toys over the holidays is back in stock, on Amazon — if you missed out over Christmas, get it now while you still can! Each doll comes with 15 "surprises" in a can that looks like a hairspray canister.
We adore this gender-neutral PJ set made with 100% combed cotton rib from , a company founded by two moms. The cozy sleepwear comes in a zip footie with non-skid soles (sizes 9-12m, 12-18m & 18-24m) while tops and bottoms (sold separately at $16 each) come in sizes 2-12.
If your kids are obsessed with Baby Shark (doo doo doo doo doo!), they'll open this singing plush toy and think they've found their soulmate! Lucky for you, it's on sale right now.
And if your kid just can't get enough of Baby Shark, make her Valentine's Day extra special with the Baby Shark sound book. It features 10 magical songs for the ultimate dance party.
This sweet shirt will be perfect for her class party — and if she's not feeling the sun-washed pink, it also comes in seven other pretty colors!
If he's all about PAW Patrol, Chase's police cruiser (with a lifting seat and a fold-out barricade) will totally make his day. Roger that?
This is a Valentine's Day treat she can enjoy herself (the cupcakes encourage fine motor skills by breaking apart to reveal a circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, hexagon, star and heart), or to use when she's running her own "bakery."
For the 8+ crowd, we love these colorful shapes from the same educational company. Kids can fill them with liquids or dry materials, experimenting with geometry, volume, and other concepts.
He'll love this chocolate console — that is if he can actually put down the real thing long enough to enjoy it.
Add your own notes to this fill-in-the-blank book as a reminder that haters have nothing on your girl.
How does one define being a kid in 2019? SLIME! This kit has everything he needs to make rainbow slime, cloud slime, and whatever slime he thinks of next.
So, you know he is not into love or girls or mushy stuff of any kind. This whoopee cushion will earn you cool points. Maybe even a smile! Maybe.
What's better than a cupcake? A cupcake filled with sour watermelon gummies!
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