Homemade Mother’s Day Cards
Mother’s Day is coming up, and maybe you’ve got someone in your life who deserves a little love! Here are 6 cards that kids can help make (or make on their own!) in less time than it will take you to pick one out from Hallmark. And let’s be honest, Mom would probably you just put the $5 you could have spent on a card toward her box of chocolates instead!
“I love you this much” Accordion Card – Kids could even write a note on the back!
Mother’s Day Flip Book – A great way to encourage thoughtful reflection on what makes Mom great!
From the Bottom of my Heart to the Tip of my Toes – Fun to make with a toddler, as long as you are not scared of a little mess.
Heart in Hands – When we did this project we glued the hands on a piece of paper and wrote a nice note. Grandma still has it on her fridge!
WOW MOM! – I used to make these with my 3rd grade students. The card says “MOM” when it’s closed, but it turns into “WOW MOM” when you open it up.
Sign Language I Love You – Most kids know this simple sign. It looks so sweet on a card!
Now that you’ve got all these great ideas, the trick is leaving your computer open right where your husband can see them…
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