Mother’s Day: 5 Ideas to Make It Memorable

Mother’s Day doesn’t have to be expensive or elaborate, especially if kids are planning the celebration. All that really matters is that kids spend time with their mothers and affectionately show their appreciation. If you want to make the occasion memorable, add a little creativity and uniqueness to the event.

Here is a list of ways through which you can make this Mother’s Day memorable for the whole family, especially for mom from sunrise to sunset:

  1. Breakfast in Bed
    BreakfastPreparing a simple meal for breakfast can send out a memorable heart-warming message. It doesn’t have to involve cooking at all. The meal can be a basket of fruit and juice along with toast and jam. It is the thought that counts and mom will love your effort!

  2. Spend Time Together
    Spend Time TogetherOne of the best ways to celebrate Mother’s Day is to simply share time together in any setting, whether it’s a picnic at the park or in your own backyard. Ultimately, spending time is more valuable and memorable than spending money could ever be.

  3. Family Reunion
    Family ReunionBy inviting family members and friends to the celebration, the family can share stories, play games and have a barbecue. It’s a great reason to bring loved ones together and share old memories while making new ones.

  4. Watch a Movie
    Watch a MovieNothing would be more relaxing for your mom than watching a movie with the whole family. You can rent a family movie or a special movie that would appeal to your mom. Movies are memorable experiences.

  5. Create a Mother’s Day Card
    Create a Mother’s Day CardOne of the most special gifts you can give to your mom is something handcrafted that you made yourself. Even a Mother’s Day card that includes colorful artwork with a hand written message can be very special. It’s the type of touching gift that she will want to save forever because it’s a one of a kind item.

Show love and appreciation towards your mom and make her feel special this Mother’s Day!

Dorothy Hastings is the Director of First School, which are three preschool and child 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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