Top 5 Mother's Day resources
Five of best-reviewed activity ideas for Mother’s Day
Finding simple and original ways to help your early years and primary pupils show how much they appreciate their mums is no mean feat. But fear not! We’ve picked out five of the very best Mother’s Day resources to support your teaching on the run up to Mothering Sunday. Even better, each of these can be easily adapted to enable learners to express gratitude to other female family members or carers.
Mother’s Day presentation with 65 reviews
What is it? Ideal for an assembly or in the classroom, this simple PowerPoint presentation uses lots of pictures to introduce the customs of Mother’s Day to younger learners.
Users say… This is a fabulous, simple, attractive resource to introduce Mother's Day to my reception class. Thank you! (amyj42011)
A box filled with love with 42 reviews
What is it? This simple yet touching gift idea inspires creative thinking and can be easily adapted to suit any year group.
Users say… Brilliant. What a tear-jerking, fantastic present to make with my class. Thanks so much for sharing it. Don't think they'll be a dry eye in the house on Mother's Day morning! (ab463)
Mothering Sunday page borders with 32 reviews
What is it? Brighten up Mother’s Day-themed writing or drawing with this colourful collection of page borders.
Users say… Really lovely selection of borders to adapt for writing, poems or card-making (EcoLady)
You and me book with 15 reviews
What is it? Complete with planning sheet, this little booklet is a unique way for learners to show how much they care about their mothers.
Users say… Thank you. I have adapted it to fit double-sided and will give it a go. Will make a change from the more usual cards (carolineatkin)
Mother’s Day poems with 12 reviews
What is it? This short unit of work, including writing templates and assessment guidelines, culminates in writing of a special poem for Mother’s Day.
Users say… Great examples of poems to use when creating our own! (chloeskye)
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