Toddler Activities: A Preview of Our Mother's Day Crafts
Here are some toddler activities perfect for celebrating Mother's Day. Many of these would also be great ideas for the classroom as well as a gift for mom.
Mother's Day is relatively modern, and has been celebrated from about the start of the 20th century. In countries other than the United States, mother's day is also celebrated however, it may be on a different day because of the different origins. In the UK it is called Mothering Sunday and some countries refer to is as International Women's Day.
Recipe Holder Make a recipe or letter holder with Jumbo Sticks and decorate with silk flowers, buttons, foam stickers, felt or any variety of materials.
Pretty Marbled Vase Adding paint gives this tissue covered vase a beautiful variation.
Spring Flower Button Pins Button pins are a great gift for Mother's Day or for your child's teacher during Teacher Appreciation Week.
Cheerful Button Flower Bouquet Create a colorful bouquet of button flowers. Also a great activity for sorting, counting and identifying colors.
Baby Jar Votive Candle Holder
Decorate a baby jar with ribbon, buttones, flowers and insert a votive candle to make a sweet Mother's Day gift.
I Love You Mom Keychain or Purse Charm
Easy for young toddlers...string some beads to make a keychain that says it all!
Mother's Day Coupon Book
Here is a coupon book your child can make for Mother's Day. Tie it at the side to make a book or make it into a coupon pouch.
Kitchen Utensil Holder A crafty kitchen utensil pot. Decorate with your choice of items to make it a special gift for Mother's day.
Insert a beautiful flower and message to personalize a pen for Mother's Day.
Flower Pencil Bouquet
Make flowers with coffee filters. Attach to a pencil to make a pencil bouquet.
Terra Cotta Decoupage Pencil Holder Using the decoupage technique, make a terra cotta pot into a pen holder, knick knack holder.
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