Free Mother’s Day kids printable activity worksheet. This is a great classroom activity for kids to take home to their moms for Mother’s Day. Also great for dads and grandparents to do with kids as a gift for mom. The writing prompts for I Love My Mom Because… give kids a chance to tell mom all the reasons she’s the best.
I Love My Mom Because…
And yes, Mom, you can absolutely print this out and ask your kids to fill it out for you! No shame in asking for what you want on Mother’s Day. I made the printable and plan to ask my kids to fill it out for me.
Kids of all ages can use this free Mother’s Day kids printable worksheet to tell mom why she’s the best. Little ones can answer questions and have adults or older siblings fill in the answers while older kids can fill in their own answers. This keepsake worksheet captures both the cute answers and kids’ handwriting – is there anything sweeter?
A printed photo can be placed in the included picture box or kids can draw their own mom and me photo, whichever they prefer. My kids always want to draw a picture for me, so this is the perfect place to capture their works of art along with their declaration of love.
Free Mother’s Day Kids Printable
Download the free Mother’s Day kids printable HERE.
I am a sucker for tradition, and this would be a great tradition to start when kids are small. Each year kids could fill out a new one so mom has a collection of these to look back on. Much like I do with my kids having them fill out an All About Me page before the first day of school each year.
However you celebrate Mother’s Day this year, I hope it is a special day for all of the mothers in your life.
More Mother’s Day Ideas
If you are looking for an easy Mother’s Day craft to go along with the Mother’s Day printable, it doesn’t get much easier than this Mother’s Day Handprint Craft. I am a sucker for tiny handprint crafts. For a different Mother’s Day activity, this All About Mom worksheet has different questions for kids to fill out and tell everyone about their mom. I’ve used these with my Girl Scout Troop in the past as an activity for the girls to take home to their moms for Mother’s Day.
A few printables filled out by your kids, a cute kids’ craft and a bottle of wine or mom’s favorite meal and you have the recipe for a successful Mother’s Day.
To all of my fellow moms, Happy Mother’s Day!