Mother’s Day is coming right up! To me, Mother’s Day is the official start of fun. The weather is usually nice, and it’s beginning to feel like summer. The school year starts winding down. And there’s this calmness. Well, not a calmness while at school cause Whew! it’s crazy in May. But at home, there’s less and less to do, and more and more relaxing to do.
Last year I posted this free Mother’s Day cupcake craftivity and took lots of cute pictures of it up all over my school. Here are a couple from some firsties.
It’s pretty plain and is designed to be copied onto white paper for kids to color themselves. I love the sprinkles, and the cherries on top, of course! It’s no prep except for the cutting- which makes your life much easier! I know it’s not the cutest craftivity out there, but I think it does the trick. You can click on the picture below to head to my TpT store to download it for yourself for free.
Teacher Idea Factory has a cute, free card idea. I love the way she’s always using kids’ pictures!
So creative, she is!
Yvonne from Mixminder has this great Mother’s Day thematic unit with activities and Common Core practice for 2nd graders.
And, of course, Miss Kindergarten has this world famous Mother’s Day purse!
Best Practices 4 Teaching has a cute blog post with a cute, free craft and poem.
Denise from Sunny Days in Second Grade has this adorable and unique gift box template. I’ve never seen anything like it on TpT!
Falling into First has this cute new craftivity. That seems to be the new theme, ya?
Ms. T from Journey of a Substitute Teacher has this adorable and creative coffee craft!
I really don’t think you need to go anywhere else for your Mother’s Day resources! 🙂 Have you found something else to use?
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