I love making fun homemade gifts with my kiddos on Mother’s Day. Here are several little crafts that you print out and quickly do with your children. You can make any of these for Grandparents as well.
All About My Mom– Have your child fill in the blanks then get ready to laugh your head off. This is also a fun game to do at a pre-school Mother’s Day party.
Finger Flowers– To make simply print out on cardstock and use your child’s painted fingers for the petals and yellow thumb for the middle. Draw on some green stems and have them color the pot and you’re all set.
Hand Print Poem– Place the handprints of your child onto a sheet with this darling poem and laminate it to frame or scrapbook.
My Mom Card – Print, color, and fill in the blanks on this cute card to show Mom what her child knows about her. 🙂 It’s also a great activity for Dad’s to do with the kids.
Mommy I Love You CD Frame– Have the kids decorate a cd case as a gift for Mother’s Day.
Mom’s Many Hats – Mom wears many hats in the family. This is a fun activity for Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day Coupon Book – Print out this coupon book for a great gift from the kids on Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day Card – This is a great card for Dad’s to print out for Mother’s Day because it’s quick and takes no preparation.
Mother’s Day Place Mat – Make your own place mats as an activity or a gift this Mother’s Day. Simply print out the front, color, and paste on colored paper, then on paper lace.
Mother’s Day Hand Print – A great way to display your child’s hand prints or give as a gift to Grandma. You could also use this as a play day activity. Print out the poem and place a painted hand print on the left side.