*Affiliate links are included in this blog
Mother’s Day Ideas in the Classroom
With Mother’s Day around the corner and excited children who fill your classroom ready for the summer months, you probably could use some cute, fun and special Mother’s Day activities for your littles to work on. Well, look no further. Yes, we’ve got a little bit of guidance as you start your search for Mother’s Day activities. Don’t fret, these Mother’s Day activities require a few materials you most likely have around your classroom. Alas, this Mother’s Day will not go unnoticed as your students create these special Mother’s Day keepsakes for those special ladies in their lives.
Oh, and we’ve got more ideas for Mother’s Day, too. Work on your mother and daughter (or son or husband) “book bond” and check out the book suggestions. Moms love reading a good novel! Or, if you need some scrumptious recipes to make that special meal, we’ve got some ideas for you, too.
Browse More Mother’s Day Activities
11 Teacher-Created Activities for the Classroom
We’ve got 11 fun Mother’s Day activities for you to download. These cute Mother’s Day activities include fun and silly memory books, magazines featuring none other than MOM, writing activities, craftivities and more Mother’s Day activity fun!
- Mother’s Day Memory Book (includes Grandma & Auntie versions, too)
- Mom of the Year Time Magazine
- Mother’s Day Fork Tulips with Writing Paper
- Awards Book for Moms (includes pages for Grandmas & Aunts)
- Writing Pack
- Mother’s Day Book B&W Version and Color Version
- Personalized Bookmarks
- Mother’s Day Writing Activity
- Mini Book and Flower Craftivity
- All About My Grandma
- All About My Aunt
Hope you enjoy these free Mother’s Day activities shared by teachers in the TeacherSherpa community.
Books for Mom
Books are for sharing, and mothers love a great read. So, why not combine the two and start building a book bond with your mother? Book bonds are a great addition to your mother/daughter relationship. Check out these great reads and grab a copy for you and your mom to bond over.
Recipes for Mother’s Day
Delish Recipes shared in 19 Best Mother’s Day Lunch Ideas She’ll Seriously Appreciate. And, what about these scrumptious Roasted Strawberry Pancakes shared by Rhoda Boone. And, for simple recipes that the kids can help make, here’s 21 Fun Foods to Make With Kids for Mother’s Day by Ariel Knutson.
So, whether you’re looking for fun, easy Mother’s Day activities to work on with your students or children or whether you’re ready for a book or yummy recipe, we hope you will enjoy all of these Mother’s Day activities and more!
P.S. Don’t miss out on being part of our community on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter, too! New materials are added daily, so don’t miss out!