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Top 10 Free Mother’s Day Printables For Kids

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I found lots of great FREE Mother’s Day Printables!  While I am all about being frugal, you can still print out and craft something fabulous.  Here are cards, poems, crafts, and gifts for teens, tweens, younger kids and toddlers to give their Moms, their Grandmothers, favorite Aunts and Caregivers! My Mom and Aunts were the greatest influences in my life.

Just click on the titles or photos below to take you to each craft page.  Here are my top 10 FREE Mother’s Day printables.

Mother’s Day Cake or Cupcake Toppers

My son-in-law knows just how to make me smile – he brings me cake!  I love all kinds of desserts (my waistline will attest!).  Kids love helping in the kitchen – my daughter could whip up cupcakes by herself by the age of 12 with little monitoring!  Now they can print out these toppers to make them a special gift!

Mothers Day Printable Cupcake Toppers

photo by Hoosier Homemade

Make a Special Mommy and Me Book

A big sister or dad could help your little one make this very special book for you.  OR how about making one together for a Grandmother or special Aunt?  There are several pages with questions for them to answer about meaningful times shared with you.  They even provide a video to help with the tutorial.

KID-MADE FREE PRINTABLE MOTHER'S DAY BOOK

photo by Hello Wonderful

Teapot Craft for Kids

Here’s a great craft for the little ones to go along with the rhyme “I’m a Little Teapot” – Just print and decorate your teapot.  They can paint, draw, color or even glue fun sequins and glitter.  This is their project.  Then attach the front pocket and add a favorite variety of tea as a little gift!  Another perfect gift for toddlers to make to give to Mom, Grandmother, Aunt or Caretaker.

Teapot Printable Craft for Mother's Day

photo by Messy Little Monster

Foldable Card and Questionaire

Print out this sheet – it has 2 sections for coloring and drawing and one section with a questionnaire about Mom.  Then it all folds up to make a card!

Mother's Day printable card and questionnaire

photo by Liluna

Coloring Page About Mom

Here’s another questionnaire for the little ones – there are great question prompts that an adult can fill in the blanks.  Then they can color in just how fabulous you look to them!  🙂  These were always my favorite to read – and see how my kids really saw me!

photo by Skip to My Lou

Printable MOMs Label for Candy

Print off these “MOMs” label to add to M&M candies!  A quick craft and a yummy present!

M&M Printable MOMS label

photo by Kinzie’s Kreations

Printable Flower Pot Poem

This is another great craft for toddlers and young children.  Notice a theme?  I worked at a nursery school for over 10 years and I LOVED doing crafts with kids!  While potentially messy – isn’t that even more fun?  I treasure those small handprints I did with my now grown children all those years ago.

Printable Mothers Day Flower Pot Poem

photo by Crafty Morning

Fingerprint Poem

What a sweet little poem – just dip one finger into paint (or inkpad) and add a few fingerprints around the page!

Fingerprint Poem

photo by Crafty Morning

Free Mother’s Day Printable Coupons

For all the tweens and teens with little pocket money – here’s a great printable for Mother’s Day Coupons!  There are printable “Hugs” doing “2 Loads of Laundry” and “Paint Nails” but she also provides “fill in the blank” coupons for extra special ideas!

Mother’s Day Breakfast and Banner

A special breakfast for Mom is always appreciated.  Here’s a banner you can attach to her chair!  It’s the little things that make the day meaningful.  There is even a printable “Room Service” tag if she prefers breakfast in bed!  The kids can help make pancakes and dad can pour the coffee – yum!

Printable Mother's Day banner

photo by Hostess with the Mostess

I hope you and your kids will enjoy all these free Mother’s Day printables. 

 

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