5 Preschool Activities to Make Your Mom Feel Special

Celebrating Mother’s Day is an exciting time for a small child. Children are always looking for ways to let their mother know just how much they love her. The following five ideas are ideal for pre-schools and day care facilities who want to help the little ones show their appreciation to their mother for all that she does for them.

  1. Dedicate a spring program to your mom – Day care classes can create Mother’s Day programs for moms that allow the children to showcase their talents as well as show their mom how much they love her.

  2. Create a bouquet of paper flowers – Tissue paper, construction paper and piper cleaners are all that is needed to create a bouquet of paper flowers that mom can keep all year long. They won’t wither away or discolor and can be set on the table for all to see.

  3. Create your own Mother’s Day card – Little hands make the best cards. With a little construction paper and finger paint, a child can make their mom a keepsake that can be enjoyed for many years to come.

  4. Invite mom to brunch – A pre-school or day care class can invite moms to a small brunch and allow the children to be the waiters and waitresses. Once the cookies and punch are served and the moms have what they need, the children can join them.

  5. Make her a coupon book full of surprises – Coupon books are a fun way for children to show their love all year long. Coupons can be included that may be redeemed for a free hug, picking up the living room, dusting or any number of chores the child may be able to help with.

Happy Mother’s Day!

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Dorothy Hastings is the Director of First School, which are three preschool and Child Day Care centers located throughout Southern California. First School provides a hands-on approach to preschool education and child care programs that emphasizes all around child development. In addition to their intuitive academic approach, First School also focuses on developing a child’s social skills and self-confidence, which is made possible in their intimate learning atmosphere.

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