7 Perfectly Affordable, Easy to Make Mother’s Day Projects
Sitting at the table with two other mother’s from my daughter’s preschool class, reading my daughter’s answer to a series of questions about me I began to laugh out loud.
“My mommy loves to go to Chick Fil A because McDonald’s isn’t her thing.”
Just then my precious girl walked on stage with the rest of her class. As we made eye contact she grinned, waved, and shifted her attention away from her music teacher to blowing mommy kisses. It was plain as day that she was thrilled to be putting on a special performance. A quick glance around the room reassured me that her excitement was typical.
Maybe hosting a Mother’s Day Tea isn’t your thing, but I’m guessing that encouraging family bonding is. When a child makes a Mother’s Day gift it isn’t really about the gift, it’s about teaching children to honor and celebrate the people they cherish.
With a full classroom of kids, making Mother’s Day Projects can add up quickly. It doesn’t have to though. It’s possible to find easy to make projects that are budget friendly.
These 7 Mother’s Day projects are both easy and affordable.
This tissue paper flower pot is adorable and it’s easy enough for kindergarteners to make. What mother wouldn’t love it?
This picture flower is too cute! Plus, it’s a super budget friendly option too.
Or, maybe this craft stick bracelet is the project for you. You can always print the pictures in grayscale too.
These paper bag flowers are perfectly festive. They are sure to brighten any mom’s day.
Tile coasters are another budget-friendly option. They are easy to make too!
Handprint crafts are always popular. I love the idea of using wood slices to make a durable and affordable craft.
Of course, no Mother’s Day gift would be complete without a card.
This Mother’s Day card is perfect for encouraging kids to let their moms (or other special people) know just how much they’re appreciated. With two front covers and options for multiple special people, it’s flexible enough to work for any family configuration. #Don’tForgetTheCard
However you choose to celebrate Mother’s Day with your students, I’d encourage you to do something. Mother’s Day is all about building and honoring family bonds. And that definitely is my thing!
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