Mother’s Day Treat Bag

For our Mother’s Day lesson, the kids put together treat bags to give their mothers.  Each child got a quart-size ziploc and picked out snacks which were lined up buffet-style on a table.  The treat bag accompanied the Mother’s Day card that each child made. Here’s the list of what we had, but next year […]

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Pin the Flower on Mom Game

For our lesson on Mother’s Day, we played a game called Pin the Flower on Mom.  Sort of like we’re pinning a corsage on her shirt.  I used an old poster board to draw a picture of a mom (please don’t ask me why her hair looks like that) and then we put it on […]

Mom I Love You to Pieces Card

I found this card design on Pinterest and thought it would be a fun option for the kids to make this year.  The little ones will need help with the writing, but it also gives them the chance to tear pieces of paper and glue them on.  Yay — something they will excel at! Materials: […]

Fingerprint Bee Mother’s Day Card

I first saw this card design at craftymorning.com and thought it would be really fun to do this year for Mother’s Day.  It gets extra cuteness points for using a child’s fingerprints! Materials: Plain white card Colored card stock for flower petals Yellow card stock for middle of the flower Glue Yellow paint / washable […]

Mother’s Day Gift 1

For Mother’s Day one of our teachers made up these little gifts for all the moms.  (Yes, a mom is making gifts for all the other moms.  Isn’t that usually how it works out?)  She just filled some little drawstring gift bags with Hershey’s Hugs and attached this gift tag.  The art came from Carla […]

Mother’s Day Card #3

Here’s the final design we did for Mother’s Day, from sassydealz.com.  Both of the boys in my class chose this one–they really like saying, “pea.”  Imagine that.  😉 Save

Mother’s Day Card #2

Here’s another card from sassydealz.com.  This is probably my favorite of the three we did this year.  Unfortunately, my yellow paint ended up looking a little green.  I should have done two coats of yellow. Save

Mother’s Day Card #1

We offered the kids three different choices of cards to make on Mothers Day.  This cute card it very easy to make and it earns keepsake points because the flowers are made from the child’s fingerprints.  The original idea comes from sassydealz.com. Inside I wrote  “If moms were flowers, I’d pick you!” Save

Mother’s Day Snack

For our Mother’s Day lesson we had a simple snack of crackers and cheese.  If you want, you can use some cheese to make the word “mom” on a plate for display purposes and serve the kids their snack separately.