Mother’s Day is a fun holiday to acknowledge in the classroom.
Even if students don’t have a biological mother living at home, chances are they have someone who can fill the role.
Mother’s Day Games and Ideas
How fun are these?
World’s Best Mother Printable
I always loved when one of my children would bring something home that he or she thought about me – whether it was absolutely absurd or absolutely true.
Finding out what my child thought I was like was always a treat and made me laugh each and every time.
Sometimes just a simple worksheet that I could keep in my scrapbook stash – or snap a picture to add to a digital file – was perfect.
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- Groundhog Day
- Black History
- Valentines Day
- St. Patricks Day
- Earth Day
- Mothers Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
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Could you use a super fun and simple printable for your students to share with the mother figure of their choice?
They could do this as a morning activity, early finishers project, or as a group whole class task together. After everything is filled on, they can color any white space and/or the clip art.
Make sure to grab the freebie printable pack below which includes a page for Mom, Stepmom, Grandma, Aunt, and even Dad. Hopefully there will be at least one that your students can use for that special person in their life.
What other fun activities have you done in your classroom for Mother’s Day? Feel free to leave a comment below.