Mother's Day Crafts for the LDS Primary Classrooms!
If you're teaching Primary on Mother's Day, then I'm sure you've been trying to think of something you can do with your classroom for the kiddos to give their mothers that day! We have designed three easy crafts that you can choose from to use in your classroom:
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We think this would be the perfect little craft for your Sunbeam or Nursery children! Have the flowers pre-cut before class. Let the children color their flowers with crayons or markers or glitter glue - whatever you feel comfortable with! Then just slide a lollipop into the middle and you have the perfect gift for our youngest Primary kiddos to give their mothers! (You may want to bring in extra lollipops for the children to eat!)
Mother's Day Card:
Madison designed these cards for the CTR classroom! There is a boy and girl version to choose from. To make, print the cards front to back and have them folded before class. Bring construction paper, scissors, glue, and crayons to class. Trace each child's hands and help them cut them out. Glue them to the ends of the arms. If you have photos of each child, you could cut out their heads and glue to the page, or you can let the children color themselves like the photo above! Let the children finish coloring their cards. Mother's LOVE receiving handprint gifts from their children!
Mother's Day Questionnaire:
Stefanie designed the cutest questionnaires that would work perfectly for the Valiant classrooms! Just bring crayons or colored pencils and let the children fill in their answers! Encourage them to draw a picture of their mom in the box at the top of the page. Mother's love seeing what their children think of them! For the older Valiant classes, you could also have the children write a letter on the back of their page to tell their moms what they love about them. Give the children envelopes to put their papers in for a finishing touch!