Mother’s Day is coming up quickly! Are you looking for a cute, editable flyer that your students can fill out? Check out this adorable Mother’s Day flyer, which can be filled out to fit the needs of EVERY family! Whether your student wants to celebrate their Mom, Grandma, Aunt, Step-Mother, Father, or another important figure in their life- they’ll be able to choose with this flyer!
This editable flyer is perfect to celebrate all of the “moms” in ANY family. There are so many options with this personalized Mother’s Day flyer! Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first-grade classrooms.
This article goes well with these Simply Kinder Resources:
Other Mother’s Day Activities:
- Shrinky Dink Keepsake Craft
- Mother’s Day Craft
- Frame with Freebies
- Mother’s Day Activities
- Bookmark Gifts
Mother’s Day Flyer
- Cardstock or printer paper
- Thermal laminator
- Laminator Sheets
- Picture Frames
Mother’s Day Activity
After talking about Mother’s Day, and different types of families, print out the flyers for all of your students. (Keep reading to get the free printable!) There are two pages: one that says “Happy Mother’s Day” and one that has the first line blank. This leaves space for the students to write something different if they do not celebrate Mother’s Day, such as, “I love you!” It’s also editable for you to type in whatever YOU choose before printing.
Students can then write the name on the following line: Mom, Mommy, Grandma, Aunt ___, etc. They will color a picture of their person before moving on to the questions. There is enough room in each of the spaces to either write answers or draw pictures. Perfect for the diverse learning needs of your class!
Add a cute frame (we got this one from the dollar store!) and a gift bag, and this makes the perfect low-prep, easy gift for Mother’s Day! Grab the free printable for the gift bag here!
Shrinky Dink Keepsake Crafts
Another great project to do for Mother’s Day or as an end-of-the-year keepsake craft are shrinky dinks. Get all of the directions, materials, and tips to make these adorable crafts in your classroom here!
Free Editable Printable
We know that your students are going to love making these, and their loved ones will treasure them forever!
This post was written by Johanna, an experienced early elementary teacher who loves learning about new teaching ideas for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade!