Valentine’s Day is often synonymous with candy (lots and lots of it), but there are only so many sweets a parent can handle. If you want to share the love with the kiddos this holiday without all the sugar, you’ve come to the right place. From family Valentine’s Day pajamas to a Love-a-Lot Care Bear, we’ve rounded up plenty of non-candy Valentine’s ideas for kids.
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Little Sleepies Family PJ's$32 & up BUY NOW
Settle in for a snuggle fest with Little Sleepies adorable new Valentine's Day prints that come in sizes from baby through adult. They come in gray, pink and blue and even offer accessories like headbands and swaddle blankets.
Love Lust Pouch$32 BUY NOW
Great for pens, pencils or your tween's growing makeup collection, this double-sided bag brings style and function.
i heart art crayons$15 BUY NOW
These heart-shaped crayons can be twisted into an oval shape, and it's really two crayons in one! They're also erasable, which will save your walls and your sanity.
Funboy's Clear Pink Heart Ball Pit$99 BUY NOW
Dive into fun with this sweet ball pit. It inflates and deflates in under two minutes and can fit multiple kiddos. Balls are sold separately.
CreateOn's LOVE from The Very Hungry Caterpillar$45 BUY NOW
This adorable storytelling set is compatible with all Magna-Tile sets.
Posh Peanut Queen Of Hearts Duvet Cover Set$154 BUY NOW
Embrace Valentine's Day all year long with Posh Peanut's luxurious bedding collection. This duvet brings a reversible pattern and comes with a coordinating pillow case.
Care Bears: Love-A-Lot Bear$10 BUY NOW
This special Valentine's Day Care Bear is all about sharing the love. The classic 14-inch plush is huggable beyond belief and comes with twin hearts on its belly.
Loulou Lollipop Bubble Silicone and Wood Teether$25 BUY NOW
Made from beech wood conditioned with organic olive oil and beeswax, your teething tot will love to give this teether a chew. There's an additional ring of silicone beads that offers a softer experience. Plus, it doubles as a rattle!
Chance Basketballs$29 BUY NOW
This Los Angeles-based company is all about updating the sporting goods industry through bold and vibrant products. Their colorful products focus on spreading positivity in sports and bringing communities together.
Happy Valentine's Day, Mouse!$6 BUY NOW
This sweet addition to the If You Give a Mouse a Cookie book series, the story follows Mouse as he creates valentine's for his buddies, sharing what he loves about each of them.
Piggy Paint Kisses & Wishes Set$15 BUY NOW
We love that all the nail polish is a non-toxic, water-based formula that’s free from chemicals like formaldehyde and phthalates.
Chasing Love T-Shirt$13 BUY NOW
This fun love-themed Pac-Man shirt comes in five different colors and sizes ranging from youth small to adult extra-large.
Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty in Red$15 BUY NOW
Everyone loves a little putty to pull! Gift this popular brand in Valentine’s Day-themed color.
Yogibo Bean Bag$219 BUY NOW
Bean bags have never gone out of style, and Yogibo is the leader in comfy seating. Each style has zero pressure points for ultimate relaxation, and the cover is removable, washable and interchangeable.
Plus-Plus Puzzle by Number$15 BUY NOW
Everyone’s favorite little building pieces are now a puzzle! Use the 250 pieces to create two different hearts and then put them on display.
Customized Reel Viewer$15 & up BUY NOW
Give your kids a little bit of your childhood with a customized reel viewer. Simply pick the pictures you want to add to your own reel and let them click away.
Schleich's Rainbow Love Unicorn$20 BUY NOW
This whimsical creature will bring hours of magical play time to your little ones.
Baby Jack & Co's Learning Lovey$26 BUY NOW
This lovey is the only sensory tag blanket with sewn shut ribbon tags for added safety! Each one is made with durable, micro-polyester fabric and paired with a fleece textured backing that helps reduce anxiety and helps kids fall asleep peacefully.
––Gabby Cullen with Karly Wood