Mother’s Day is right around the corner, are you ready?
If you are looking for Mother’s Day activities for the classroom, Mother’s Day crafts, Mother’s Day gift ideas for kids, or even some fun games, you’re in the right place!
This holiday is a big day. The mother figure can be one of the most important influences in a child’s life. On this holiday, students get the chance to celebrate their moms or caregivers and show them their love and appreciation. What’s not to love?
Aside from just making DIY Mother’s Day gifts, there are lots of other things students can do with their moms or while in class to make the day truly special.
Here are some of my favorite activities and ideas for celebrating mom
Everything you could need to celebrate this special day with your students! This 121-page resource is easy to use and full of writing, math, crafts, and skills. Crafts include gift ideas for your students to make. Packed with language arts, glyphs, missing addends, root words, comprehension, informational book, poetry, scrambled sentences, crafts, worksheets, and games!
Work on reading comprehension with this fun activity. Students simply read the statements and follow the directions. This reading activity is perfect to use during small group instruction with your PK-K students or to use as an independent reading activity for 1st-2nd graders. I use it as a listening and following directions activity with my PK-K students. For more following directions activities, check out my post here.
This simple board game is fun and easy for younger children. To play, you simply roll the dice and then move the pieces along the board. Some spots will prompt you to draw a card with further directions. The first one to the end wins! This is a great way to get some one-on-one bonding time with mom.
This is a lovely book to share with printables, center activities, writing, vocabulary, songs, and more. Perfect for your at-home learning with five days of lesson plans done for you! Ideas for differentiation are included in the plans. 82 pages of related pages to go along with this delightful book!
Enjoy this FREE original Mother’s Day song sung to the tune Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Easy to follow along and students will love singing it to their moms.
It’s so sweet to see how excited students get to celebrate their parents at this age. I hope you love these activities and you and your students have some fun with them!
What are your favorite activities to celebrate moms? Let me know in the comments!