Make a Mother's Day Book
In third grade, kids spend a lot of time learning how to master more advanced punctuation, such as quotation marks in dialogue sentences.& Don’t be surprised if the skills come slow: there are lots of tricky commas and spaces to master.
Often, kids practice with worksheets. But as Mother’s Day approaches, here’s a great way to practice while making a gift she’ll treasure for years. Everybody's grateful for Mom! Let them say just how.
What You Need:
- 3 pieces of card stock paper, 8-1/2”x11”
- 9 photos, old or new, of family, friends, and pets who love Mom (you may represent 9 separate people; or it’s also okay to repeat!)
- Glue stick
- Markers for drawing; black fine tip pen for writing