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10 Valentine's Day gifts for kids

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Valentine's Day isn't just for sweethearts. Don't forget your little ones on Valentine's Day. You can find lots of great Valentine's Day gifts for the younger set online or in local stores.

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You will find a Valentine's Day guide with gifts for all ages at Amazon.com. There's still plenty of time to order and receive gifts before the big day.

Cracker Barrel has Valentine's Day gifts on display in all of their stores. Walgreens is a great place to find reasonably priced Valentine's Day gifts for all ages.

Local specialty stores are another place to shop for Valentine's Day. Create sweet and tasty gifts from the heart in your own kitchen. The possibilities are endless.

Start with a card and add a little something extra. Here's a Valentine's Day guide to help you find just the right gift for kids of all ages.

You can't go wrong with a box of candy. If your family is trying to tame the sweet monster, make it a small box or create your own candy. Pick up heart shaped molds and candy melts at the craft store and make candy goody bags.

Kids and animals go together. You'll find displays filled with stuffed animal in retail stores, specialty stores and grocery stores from now until Valentine's Day.

Jewelry is a great Valentine's Day gift for older kids. A heart-shaped locket can hold photos of mom and dad or let your child fill with favorite photos. A necklace, bracelet or earrings are also great jewelry choices.

Small toys like action figures, Matchbox cars or Barbies will please the younger kids. Whether or not the toys have a Valentine's Day theme won't matter to the kids.

Tie a Valentine's Day balloon to a pair of tickets for a movie, play or athletic event and enjoy a special outing with your child for Valentine's Day.

A framed photo of your child and you or your spouse is a great gift that will be cherished for years to come. Use a heart shaped photo frame or a traditional style frame.

Write your child a love letter. You can write about your child's first year, special qualities, favorite memories or activities you've enjoyed together. Be sure to sign with Xs and Os.

A craft kit will provide indoor fun on cold February days. You'll find a big selection of craft ideas at Michael's or your local craft store.

Give the gift of words with a book by your child's favorite author. Amazon and Barnes & Noble are great places to look for just the right book.

If your child is a gamer, pick up a new video game for Valentine's Day. Set a date for a family video game challenge day and have fun together.

Sign your card with Xs and Os and spend some special time together. Whether your child is a toddler or a teen, be sure to show your love on Valentine's Day with a gift from the heart.

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