Kids often find it hard to figure out what to get mom for Mother’s Day. It was a bit easier when kids were in school because the teachers would help younger kids create gifts for mom. Now that kids are home, we are the teachers! So, I was thinking about what fun things a child can give his mother for Mother’s Day and I came up with some free printables for mom!
The printables below are great gifts for mom. Your child can print them out (let dad help so you don’t see it!) and then they can color it! These are wonderful, DIY gifts for Mother’s Day.
I know the BEST gifts in the world, from your kids, is artwork or something they created! I have saved every one of them and I cherish them so much. Nothing is better than getting something created by your child or colored by your little ones! I would want these things over store-bought things ANY day!
Getting dad in on this is great too because dad can get creative with his kids!
I love that because we are having to stay home, we are connecting more as a family again. Family is everything and that is how it should be! So, if I take anything away from this quarantine, it is, becoming more connected to my family again. I love it! I will probably be sad when it is over! I think, life too often than not, just gets in the way of family and it shouldn’t!
Below are some wonderful and creative ideas on what to make mom for Mother’s Day. From free printables for mom, like a coupon book, and ‘about mom’ page, to other fun DIY ideas to give mom! Homemade is the best, after all!
Here are free printables for Mother’s Day! Print them off, fill them out or color them, and give them to mom for a memorable gift that mom will cherish for years to come!
1. All About My Mom!
All you do is print this out and have your child fill in the blanks. If they are young, get dad to help them! My daughter did this for me when she was 5 and I still have it. It is such a precious gift to have!
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