Mother's Day Activities that will Melt your Heart
There is nothing better than receiving a Mothers Day Gift from the special little person in your life. It is even more special when kids have made the gift themselves.
At My Creative box, we are all about creating special memories with kids and raising competent and confident learners. Some of our favourite quality family bonding moments are from doing art and craft activities, cooking with kids and playing! They are simple and fun, but make the best memories!
If you are anything like me, Mother's Day gifts are left until the last minute, so we have you covered with some cheap and easy activities and last minute gifts that I promise Grandparents, Godparents and even you will love.
We have created a few learning printables for you to download and print at home to make a last minute Mother's Day gift and engage your child in some fun activities all about love.
2. Free Mother's Day Gift Cards- You will love these, just simply print and cut them out and your little one can give you a gift one at a time. They include things like, give Mum a foot massage and read Mum a story (so cute, you'll thank me later!)
4. My Mum Page- Simply print off this page and encourage your little one to draw a picture of you (better yet get someone else to do it with your child). Then your child will colour in the colour of your eyes, hair, your favourite drink and a love heart scale of how 'BIG' they love you! Believe me I love looking back on these and having a giggle, they make the best treasures.
Some last minute gifts to make....
The perfect gift for Mum, some relaxing time in a hot bath! It will leave Mum or Grandma Smelling amazing! The kiddies will also enjoy making them! Put them into a beautiful jar with a ribbon and they will look amazing! Look how cute the egg shapes look, perfect for recycling your plastic easter eggs!
Does your Mum or Grandma have a sweet tooth? This would be such a yummy gift to give wrapped in cellophane with a pretty ribbon this Mothers Day! Kids can make this with little assistance, just try not to eat it all before its ready! These will look so cute wrapped in a painting and tied up with a colourful ribbon!
This science orientated kids activity will have the kids amazed while learning about absorption and colours!
This Tissue Paper Vase Activity kids can make would be the perfect place to put your rainbow flowers. You could use the same method with an old jar and turn it into a candle holder.
Don't forget about the homemade wrapping paper! It's a winner every time! So simple to set up different types of painting. i love this one using wooden shape blocks.