Are you looking for a special Mother’s Day gift for your students to create for their moms, grandmas, or aunts this year? These Mother’s Day Questionnaires make the best presents. They are heart-felt and the kids’ answers are always adorable. Parents will love looking back at these keepsakes in 20 years and seeing their handwriting, how they spelled their words, and reading their answers most of all.
This article works well with these Simply Kinder resources:
Mother’s Day Questionnaires:
- Card Stock or Printer Paper
- Me and My Mom, Me and My Grandma, Me and My Aunt Printables
- Crayons or Markers
- Thermal Laminator
- Laminating Pouches or Self-Adhesive Laminating Sheets
- Picture Frames
Print one Me and My Mom, Me and My Grandma, and/or Me and My Aunt printables on card stock or printer paper for each student. (click on the button below to print)
First, children will write out their answers to the questions. If a child is having a difficult time writing, you can help him or her by filling out the answers together. This would be a fun activity to do together if your class has “5th-grade buddies” or other older mentors in the school.
Next, your students will draw a picture of their mom, grandma, or aunt.
Then, laminate the questionnaire or place it in a picture frame so it remains safe for many years to come.
Finally, you can have your students create their own wrapping paper for their Mother’s Day presents. They can stamp a large piece of paper with cookie cutters dipped in paint. Or, they can decorate a paper bag with stamps or stickers.
Your students are sure to love creating and giving these Mother’s Day Questionnaires to their moms, grandmas, and aunts for Mother’s Day this year. These special people will definitely love receiving this one-of-a-kind keepsake too.
There is now a “Me and My_____” questionnaire for those students who are being raised by other loved ones. Every version of this printable also has the reverse title, for example, “Me and My Mom” is also “My Mom and Me.”
A fun Mother’s Day Craft for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students. You can pick whether they do the Mother’s Day Craft, or Mother’s Day Directed Drawing to go in the center to the O. Click here to get it direct on Simply Kinder or click here for TpT