Let kids celebrate mom with one or more of these creative Mother’s Day activities for kids. Ideas for gifts, cards, and pampering are included!
As you begin to gather holiday activities for kids, be sure to include a wide variety of holiday-themed books, worksheets, crafts, and more.
Mother’s Day Activities for Kids
Mom’s are busy. Homeschool moms are even busier! Pamper Mom this Mother’s Day with one or more of the creative ideas shared below.
Moms will adore this cupcake liner Mother’s Day craft for preschool kiddos to make. The free printable template makes it so easy to create! Homeschool Preschool
If Mom is fueled by coffee, this cute coffee cup Mother’s Day card is a perfect place to tuck a gift card to her favorite coffee shop. I Heart Crafty Things
If ice cream is her go-to snack, you’ve got to present her with this Sundae for Mother’s Day card which comes complete with her favorite ice cream toppings. Smart School House
Kids can recycle cardboard egg cartons and transform them into cute tea cups to adorn the front of this Drink It All In card. Again, you can tuck a giftcard to mom’s favorite tea shop in this card. In the Playroom
Kids will love spending time with Mom in the kitchen when they create something yummy from this Mom and Me Cookbook.
Fingerprint flower art is perfect for spring and summer. This adorable canvas is the perfect Mother’s Day craft for preschoolers to make! Homeschool Preschool
Add your child’s handprints and/or footprints to a blank apron for Mom to wear in the kitchen.
Encourage mom to take a nice long bath with a jar of homemade sugar scrub kids can make on their own. One Little Project
Even your youngest kiddos can “help” with this Mother’s Day clay keychain featuring your little ones’ fingerprints. Lolly Jane
Fizzy scented bath bombs are easy to make, and they also add a little STEM learning to your craft time. Playdough to Plato
Mother’s Day is quickly approaching. Here are some free printable Mother’s Day coloring pages kids will love personalizing for Mom! Homeschool Preschool
Mom will love dropping her jewelry in this hand-shaped ring dish at the end of the day. Mama Papa Bubba
Instead of buying mom a bouquet of flowers that will die in a few days, let kids present her with flower seeds to plant in the garden. She’ll feel the love all season long. Kids can decorate flower pots or crafts sticks (to use as plant markers) to go along with the seeds.
Young kids love making gifts for others. Here’s a Mother’s Day craft that is sure to become a treasured keepsake for many years to come. Make several and give them as gifts to Grandma, aunts, and mom! They’ll all love this handprint keepsake! Homeschool Preschool
MOTHER’S DAY BOOKS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Mother’s Day. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Are You My Mother? – When a mother bird’s egg starts to jump, she hurries off to make sure she has something for her little one to eat. But as soon as she’s gone, out pops the baby bird.
Just Me and My Mom – Little critter and his mother take a trip to the city exploring the department stores and museums.
My Mom is There – It’s not easy being small. Nothing is simple. Not speaking, sleeping or walking. Not counting, reading or swimming. Not even hopping, skipping, or jumping! But with mum close by there’s no need to be scared, and anything is possible.
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Mom will love wearing this Friends-inspired Mother’s Day tee-shirt to honor her Mother’s Day spent in quarantine.
Pamper mom with a spa day gift box which includes bath salts, lip balm, a scented candle and more.