This free Mother’s Day printable is an easy solution for parents or teachers that want to help children celebrate their mothers. Simply print out the free Mother’s Day printable provided and have kids write or color their responses to the prompts provided.
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Free Mother’s Day Printable
My suggestion is to print this out on heavier stock paper for a more high-quality gift. Putting the printable in a frame once it is completed is another idea to class it up (Amazon affiliate links provided for your convience and to help support the free resources provided here at Meaningful Mama).
Do I have any room moms in the house? I originally created this printable to honor mothers when I was a room mom. I wanted to help out my child’s teacher by planning a mother’s day activity for the kids.
This Mother’s Day craft idea will be a gift the kids can make and give to their parents for Mother’s Day.
First, have the kids brainstorm and finish the phrase: Mom you are…
Next, children can think of all the things they love about their mother. Have them think of the character qualities Mom possesses. Are they kind? generous? hard-working? fun? compassionate? For more character trait ideas, you should check out my character-building series.
Finally, kids can thank their moms. Have them consider all the things their mom does for them. They can then write out a thank you for the hard work moms pour into their children.
This free Mother’s Day printable is great for kids of all ages. Older kids can write out their thoughts. Younger kids can draw pictures in the provided spaces.
If you are doing this project in your classroom, this is a great opportunity to talk about adjectives. It is also a prompt for a good discussion about appreciation.
As a former teacher, I know this Mother’s Day printable can be a quick resource for teachers. That said, it is also perfect for caregivers, dads, Sunday School teachers, and others trying to make Mother’s Day special.
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Here at Meaningful Mama, my goal is to help equip parents to have a more enjoyable, intentional, and creative parenting experience. Part of that is to provide free resources for my readers. Today we focus on Mother’s Day, but I also have ideas for the major holidays.
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Note: This post was originally written and created in 2014, but it was recently updated for better formatting and photos.