A dainty necklace for a bold little soul
courtesy Peggy Li Creations
Tell her to study these clever ways to organize jewelry, because if the bold-but-small girl in your world is the bauble-loving type, she'll fawn over this heart shape necklace by Peggy Li.
For the little cherub in your life
courtesy 7AM Enfant If they're not into hearts, roses, flowers, and all the typically pink stuff you'll notice on Valentine's Day gifts for kids, they'll probably love this Mini Wings Backpack by 7 A.M. Enfant. They'll feel wild and strong, and you'll love seeing them in their most cherub-like form on the way to pre-K. You can load it with puzzle pieces and try this fun heart-shaped wreath project too.
Give them the warm and fuzzies (on their feet)
The kids in your life will look and feel absolutely magical in these Fuzzy Babba 3D Critter Animals Slipper Socks adorned with unicorn horns and love-inspiring hearts. Pair it with a unicorn lemonade from Starbucks, and your teen is all set.
The perfect book for your cuddle bunny
If your little ones are still cozying up for story time, they'll love Some Bunny Loves Me, a book for beginning readers filled with cute and uplifting photos of animal friendship, helping kids understand and interact with their pals in the animal kingdom. These adorable photos of animal friendships will warm your hearts.
A loving notebook
courtesy Gotcha Covered Notebooks One of the most creative Valentine's Day gifts for kids is a customizable heart shape notebook from GotchaCovered, which will encourage your little writer or artist to express themselves in all the most adorable ways. Here's how to analyze their handwriting to see what it says about their personality.
For the glow-worthy teen
courtesy Breakups to Makeup
She'll love this Glowing to Class tote bag for school, gym class, and all the other places she goes. It's just the right size to fit all these awesome school supplies, and she'll remember she's the light in your life all day long. Here are more gifts for teen girls that she'll want to Instagram right away.
To encourage acts of sharing
What's love without sharing? Encourage your little ones to create their own love notes for friends and extended family members with this Delicious Cookies Kids Valentine Card Kit. It's a dose of whimsy and a subtle reinforcement of the fine art of appreciation and kindness. Here are some creative ways to say "I love you."
For the kid who loves sushi and snuggle nights
courtesy The Grommet If you're the type to get takeout sushi and cuddle up to classic shows on Netflix, your kid will love these gender-neutral and absolutely swoon-worthy Sukeno Sushi & Doughnut Socks. They're a fun way to say "our time together is special to me." Did you know that wearing socks to bed can help you sleep better?
A little sparkle never hurt
While a grown up gal might love jewelry, a little one will love these sparkly heart-adorned glitter sneakers from KidsShoes.com. Just remind her why to never, ever wear her shoes in the house—even if they're gorgeous.
A photo-worthy tee
There are health benefits to having a big family, but you'll probably want to give each kid the same gift to avoid arguments and complaints. This Modern Kid Love Gang tee is perfect for kids of different ages, genders, and even styles, making it the ideal tee to snap a perfect Valentine's Day family photo in.