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Mother's Day

Celebrate moms on their special day. Print out the cards, writing projects, and other Mother's Day activities.

Mother's Day Worksheets

Make Gifts For Moms

Letter to Mom  FREE 
Write a letter to your mom and tell her why you love her. This printable includes special stationery for a letter and picture.
2nd through 5th Grades
Common Core
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Finish the sentences to tell why your mom is special.
Designed for very young writers, this primary-ruled worksheet requires students to describe their mom's height, age, and favorite foods. (Some of the answers can be quite funny!) Students also tell why they love their mom.
Students can follow the step-by-step guide to draw any loved one or mother figure in their life. The worksheet includes two frame options: one full page and one half-page with lines below to write a nice note or story.
Surprise Mom with this marvelous mother award, personalized with your own words and coloring.
Print out this adorable trophy for Mom! It's so simple to make! All you have to do is print out the file on cardstock, cut out the pieces, and glue them together. Moms will adore this "Best Mom" trophy!

Make Gifts for Grandmas

Students complete the sentences to tell grandma why she's special.
1st through 5th Grades
Grandma will adore her "World's Greatest Grandma" award. Students can color it and personalize it with their own words.
This "World's Best Grandma" greeting card has a little raccoon with a balloon.
Grandmas will absolutely love this card with a bouquet of flowers pictured on the front.
Grandma will love receiving this "Best Grandma" trophy! Print it out on cardstock and cut out the pieces with scissors. Glue them together and give your trophy to Grandma. It will bring a big smile to her face!

Make Gifts for Aunts

Tell why your Aunt is a very special person and why you enjoy being with her.
Make an award for your favorite aunt and give it to her for Mother's Day.
Children can color and fold this card, write a special message, and give it to the world's greatest Aunt.
This card says, "I Love My Aunt" and pictures a beautiful vase of flowers.

Gifts for Stepmothers

Write about why your stepmother is a special person.
Design an award for a super special stepmother.
This card features a vase full of beautiful flowers. The words say, "I love my stepmother!"
The picture on the front of this card has wildflowers in a mug. The words say, "World's Best Stepmom!"
The picture on the front of this card has a cute animal holding a balloon. It reads, "You're the Greatest Stepmom."

Cards for Moms

This card has an adorable picture of a mother dog and a puppy on it. Students can color the card and write their own message inside.
This card features a cute raccoon holding a balloon. It reads, "You're the Greatest Mom!"
This card has a picture of two butterflies and a flower on it. The front says, "I Love Mom."
The front of this card has a beautiful bouquet of flowers that students can color. It says, "I love my mom!"
Glue your picture onto the front of this card and color it in. Mothers will love it!
Students can cut out the circle and glue their picture inside the heart for a cute Mother's Day gift that moms will enjoy!

Reading Comprehension

Brendan doesn't know what to give Mom for Mother's Day, and when his older sister tells him the gift doesn't have to be made or store bought, Brendan is more confused than ever. But Mom and Brendan's common love for bike riding might be the answer Brendan is looking for.
3rd Grade
Find out what happens when a young girl tries to bake an eleven-layer Mother's Day cake and burns it.
1st through 4th Grades
This poem is written as a letter in which a child asks, "Why is Mother's Day only one day in May?"
2nd through 4th Grades
The narrator of this poem is having trouble living up to the high expectations set by her sister on Mother's Day.
1st through 4th Grades
What does Mom want for Mother's Day? A box of slime? Shiny rocks? Maybe some glow-in-the-dark socks?
2nd through 4th Grades

Writing Prompts
(Story Pictures)

Write a story to tell what's happening in the picture. A boy is holding a card and hugging his mother.
2nd through 5th Grades

See Also:

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Father's Day Worksheets

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