Valentines Gifts for the Kids

Spread the cheer this Valentine’s day throughout the whole family and celebrate with your kids. Even though the day should be about you and your significant other, let the kids join the fun and give them a small Valentine’s Day gift. Watch their faces light up as they open up the little surprise and realize how much you love them! Here are six easy Valentine’s gifts that your kids are sure to love.

Candy & Snacks
Every kid loves candy. This idea is a gift your kids will definitely enjoy. Go to any local store you frequent and pick up some bags of your child’s favorite candy or snack. While your at it, pick up a small basket that you can put the candy in (go for a heart shaped basket for the occasion). Once you’re home and you know your kid isn’t around, set up the basket with all the wonderful goodies you bought and hide it. When the day arrives, place the basket where your child will see it and watch how his or her face lights up as they realize how much you love them.

The Latest Toy They’ve Been Eyeing
If your child has been eyeing up a toy recently, now is the perfect time to get it. Show them you care and pay attention to them by getting the toy they’ve been yearning for or didn’t get for Christmas. However, if the toy they want is on the expensive side, don’t feel like you’re obligated to get it. Try to find a different toy or try out one of the other gift ideas on the list!

Clothes
Clothes are always a great idea for a present. Your kids are constantly growing so they’ll need new clothes when they grow out of them. Buy your kid a cute outfit that they can wear on the holiday. This gift might be practical, but it’s still enjoyable, especially for older kids who are really into what they wear.

Fun Crafts
This is the perfect idea for a Valentine’s gift if your child loves to get creative. Finding fun crafts that your child will enjoy will keep them entertained for hours. Go to the closest arts and crafts store and pick out some supplies for projects you know your child will love. Then, when you get home wrap it up and hide it until Valentine’s Day. Your artsy kid will be overjoyed when they see they have a new project to unleash their creativity!

Homemade Treats
To kids, homemade treats are just like candy. They’ll love to see a basket full of their favorite homemade goodies on Valentine’s Day. From cookies to cupcakes, your kids will be ecstatic to see their favorite Valentine’s Day themed goodies. The best part about this gift is the thought and time you put into it. If you kids are young they might not realized how much effort you put into this gift, but if you have any older kids they’ll appreciate the time you took out of you day to put a smile on their face.

Books
If you have a bookworm on your hands, consider buying a book or two for a Valentine’s gift. Not only is this an easy gift to get, but it also provides some educational value as well. You can never go wrong with a book!