Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to let your loved ones know you care, so if you’re looking for a treat for your littlest sweethearts, consider one of these five picks. From an adorable picture book to an indoor ziplining adventure, these Valentine’s Day gifts for kids will help make the holiday extra memorable.
Maria Baer, owner of The Baer Minimalist:
“I have followed Nicole Lewis, the owner of Art 2 The Extreme, for a number of years and am continually impressed with her creativity (but also her turn-around time, her packaging, and her ability to catch Oprah’s eye)! Her name crayon sets are the perfect Valentine’s treat for the littles in your life, and the ‘Classroom Crayon Stix’ are the most adorable valentine your kiddo could package up for their class. I mean, ‘I’m Drawn to You,’ and ‘You’re So Sharp’ imprinted on crayons. It doesn’t get any cuter than that!”
Valentine Classroom Crayon Stix, $16.95 and up at Art2theextreme.com.
Let your little Indiana valentine know just how much you love them with this picture book that walks them through familiar landmarks across the state.
“I Love My Indiana Valentine,” $9.99 at Thestorkstop.com.
Roman and Leo is a clothing boutique made just for boys, owned by Angela Castelli, a local mom who wanted to bring cooler clothes for little dudes to Indy. This cozy set of jammies is festive and ultra-soft and the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your youngster.
Little Sleepies Valentine’s Pajama Set, $32 at Romanandleo.com.
Gift your littlest jet setter this travel baby blanket set from Be the Boutique. Made from 100% organic cotton, it includes a burp cloth and a carry bag, so your baby will be ready for any adventure.
Travel Baby Blanket Set, $118 at Betheboutique.com.
Treat your kids to an afternoon of gliding around Zip City Indy, an indoor zip lining and trampoline park. Bonus: Mom and dad can join in the fun, too—if you’re into heights, of course.
Zip City Indy Visit, pricing starts at $24.95, Zipcityusa.com/indianapolis for more information.
Samantha Kupiainen is a regular Indy Maven contributor.
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