Start planning now for Mother’s Day with some fun and easy crafts that are perfect for the classroom. Instead of waiting until the week before, start getting things in order now. You will find that the activities go a lot smoother and your students will have more time to perfect their gifts for mom. The ideas below offer inexpensive craft projects that everyone from the littlest learners to middle school students will enjoy.
Mother’s Day Crafts for Kids
Create a bouquet of flowers that will last all year long with this easy kids’ craft!
Jazz up discarded toilet paper or paper towel tubes to create one-of-a-kind sunflowers for mom for Mother’s Day!
What’s better than a personalized, purse-size mini-notebook? One that’s made by your child! This quick craft uses old cereal boxes for stability!
Decorate a cube with fun family pictures or messages of love. She will be able to display it on her desk at work or keep it on her bedside table for a constant reminder of love.
Does Mom love to cook? If so, this recycled craft project is perfect for her for Mother’s Day!
Perfect for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, this key and change holder is a craft stick masterpiece!
If Mom likes to sew, or have a handy supply of needles and pins, this sewing kit will be sure to please.
This adorable card says I love you and hugs Mom all at the same time.
This fun and recycled material craft is sure to make Mom smile every time she wears it.
What are some of your favorite crafts for Mother’s Day? Are there projects that you do every year with your class? Share your ideas below!