Need some inspiration on Valentine’s Day gift ideas for teen boys? I’m sharing several gift ideas for teens boys that would make a great Valentine’s Day gift!
Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Teen Boys
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and while everyone is super excited about receiving hearts and flowers, as a boy mom I can tell you it’s a different love language in the Worthey house. Being in a house full of boys, coming up with ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day without going overboard with the love stuff has always been a fun challenge.
When the boys were younger, they would create Valentine’s Cards and take them to school. Most of the time we picked up store-bought cards because who has time to make that many handmade cards?
Now as teens, they still want to celebrate the day of love, but in a fun way. For example, one of the twins plans to send a prank Valentine’s Day to another friend. Zayd’n is purchasing a few gifts to give out to some of his (girl) friends.
So what do you get teens for Valentine’s Day?
Thankfully, I can count on Walmart to have my back. The hubs and I headed to Walmart over the weekend and picked up a few things we knew the boys would like.
Candy. Candy always works. If you’re stumped on what to buy your teen boys for Valentine’s Day, the easy idea is to give them one of Walmart’s candy bouquets. Whether you’re a sweet or sour fan, they offer a variety of candy bouquets at an affordable price. Someone could buy a chocolate bouquet for me, and I would be a happy girl!
Dancing stuffed animals. Okay, I was skeptical about the boys liking this one, but Zayd’n thought these were pretty cool, and he plans to give one to a friend. (Be sure to head over to our IG stories to see this bear in action)
Emoji plushies are still popular with teens, and this Bluetooth Speaker emoji was a huge hit with our boys.
Walmart has a variety of the dancing stuffed animals, including this Flamingo that plays “24K Magic”, as well as a Llama Love that plays “Going Down for Real.”
More Candy! Our kids love the Sour Patch Kids candy, and they offer it in conversation hearts. This would also be great to use to start conversations with your teens!
Go big or go home with a giant, life-sized plush teddy bear! My boys passed on this one, but Zayd’n said his (girl) friends would love something like this.
Additional gift ideas for teens:
- video game gift cards
- gift cards
- If you are planning on buying cards, you can purchase Valentine’s Day cardmaking sets and kits, which would be great for younger kids.
Walmart has a fun selection of gift ideas for teen boys. You can even save time by using Walmart’s Grocery Pickup (if available in your area).
What I like about picking up these gift ideas from Walmart, is that I can grab everything at once. Including gift bags and cards. While we don’t make a big fuss about Valentine’s Day, getting a candy bouquet, dancing stuffed animal, or some of their favorite candy is a fun way to say I love you to my boys without going overboard.
If you need some inspiration on any type of Valentine’s Day gift ideas, (not just for teens) head to Walmart this week and browse the awesome selection they have to find the perfect gift for that special someone!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Walmart. The opinions and text are all mine.