Mothers Day Crafts
Help your fifth grader trace your family's roots and interview all the living mothers to create a makeshift, 3-D family tree!
Help your teen analyze "To My Mother" by Edgar Allan Poe, and then experiment with his poetry skills to create a version of his own.
Boost those first grade reading and writing skills with this sweet Mother's Day poem idea.
In this arts and crafts project, have spring all year round by letting your kindergartener create colorful flower bouquets of tissue paper.
Make the sentiment of live flowers last and last by showing your kindergartener how to craft a bouquet that will never wilt--a family photo bouquet, that is.
Show your preschooler how to construct this very special planter for Mom. It makes a great pick-me-up, and it's easy for kids to make in a flash!
Forget expensive store bought cards, this handmade card truly delivers--and it helps your preschooler with letter recognition.
Kids generally can't come up with the cash to buy the bling they dream of giving mom. With this project, they can make her jewelry themselves!
It's a fun day for flowers and chocolate, but Mother's Day has solemn roots as well. Here's the story of our American holiday.
As Mother's Day approaches, everyone's grateful! Let your third grader assemble this special book with words from the whole family.
Have the kids make Mom a wooden "Love Box" for Mother's Day (or any other day!) to show her how much she means to everyone.
Give mom a thoughtful gift this Mother's Day by making a photo collage of her life! This is a great way for your child to practice some basic math skills too!