Has Mother’s Day sneaked up on you, too? I had no idea it was this coming weekend! I am so not prepared. Being stuck at home with no school or real appointments, half the time I have no idea what day it is.
We don’t do a whole lot to celebrate Mother’s Day. Usually my husband gives me a gift certificate for a pedicure, and we eat out. But, this year things are going to be different.
Mother’s Day Gift from Kids
Since school is virtual right now, I know we won’t be getting a wonderful little Mother’s Day gift. But, this is a fun exercise so your kids can make their own gift for YOU!
I have to admit I love those printable questionnaires for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. It is such a fun and sweet gift from the kids, and they usually get them from school. So, I decided to create one to share with all of you since we probably won’t be getting one of those in Google Classroom.
It’s simple for Dad or even an older sibling to print off and have the younger kids fill them out. It even keeps them practicing their writing skills!
Get Your All About Mom FREE Printable Questionnaire
I never know what my kids are going to answer on these questionnaires. It gives me quite the chuckle and some definite insight to see what they think I like and how old I am.
FREE 100 Day Kids Journal
Have you been looking for something fun to keep the kids practicing their skills? I’ve created a 100 -day kids journal.
They just answer one short question each day for a hundred days. It’s fun and easy and takes just a minute or two. And, they are going to love looking back on this time and seeing what they’ve written years later.
More Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
Do you need a quick Mother’s Day gift? These are a few ideas you can easily make in an afternoon.
- DIY Aromatherapy Eye Bag
- Make An Origami Bag
- DIY Warming Corn Bag
- Lemon Sugar Cookies with Blueberry Frosting
- Citrus Tea Towels