Mother’s day activities for preschoolers

I know it is a bit early but I have had some folks on Facebook ask me for Mother’s Day activities. Here is a collection of Mother’s Day activities that I started collecting since last year…

 Here’s a clip to inspire you… make your own mugs for Mother’s Day!


No Time for Flashcards: Family Garden
Frugal Family Fun Blog: Mother’s Day To Do List
Mom Tried It: Flowers for Mom from Bottle Lids
Make and Takes: Mothers Day Pipe Cleaner Flowers
Waddlee-Ah-Chaa: Mom Guessing Game and Pictures
Preschool Daze: Mother’s Day Simple Flowers
Our Crafts-N-Things: Flower Vases
Our Crafts-N-Things: Mother’s Day Handprint Poem
Busy Bee Kid CD Frames
Paint Cut Paste: Fancy Flower Pots
Artful Adventures: Children’s Art Jotters
Handprint and Footprint Art: Potholders
Nurturing the Tender Years: Hanging Paper Roses
Busy Bee Crafts: Handprint Bouquet
Handprint and Footprint Art: Flowerpot for Mother’s Day
Little Page Turners: Mother’s Day Apron
Handprint and Footprint Art: Handprint Poem
Pre-K Pages: Mother’s Day Projects


Books on Amazon…


Links to grow on…

Celebrating Mother’s Day in the Preschool Classroom

A Stack of Mother’s Day Activities on Delicious!

Mosaics for Mom from The Art Annex

Watch me Grow! from ABC’s of Jess’s House

A Mother’s Day Hug card from Little Running Teacher

Fingerprint Flower Mother’s Day Card from Motherhood on a Dime

Homemade Soap from Tinkerlab

Mother’s Day Handprint Towel from Growing up Our Style

Vases for Mom and Flower Bookmarks for Mom from Share&Remember

Mother’s Day Craft Ideas from Hand and Footprint Art

Handprint Flower Poem from Tip Junkie

Mother’s Day Flower Pot from ACPL Kids

Mother’s Day Pieces Card from Bright Beginnings

Tissue Paper Flowers from Teaching Two and Three Year Olds



Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

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