10 Easy and Affordable Student Made Mother’s Day Gifts That Moms Will Adore
Mother’s Day is a great opportunity for students to show their appreciation for a loved one, whether it’s a mom, grandmother, or aunt. Many times kids don’t have money to buy gifts and so they are excited to be able to create something special to give as a gift.
Here is a list of 10 simple, cute and affordable student gifts that will be a big hit on Mother’s Day!
Make a Book
This adorable book is an easy way to make a special keepsake for moms. Just print out the pages and allow your students to fill them in all about their moms.
Design a Card
Allow students to use their creativity by designing a card for their moms. The one pictured above uses torn pieces of construction paper. It’s so cute and simple to make!
Mother of the Year Persuasive Writing
All About My Mom Questionnaire
We love to see what students come up with when filling out a Mother’s Day questionnaire. There are definitely some sweet answers, along with some that are sure to make moms chuckle. The questionnaire above is short and sweet and perfect for elementary students. Check it out here.
Make a Coupon Book
A coupon book is the gift that keeps on giving! It’s such a neat way for children to feel empowered to show that there are special things that they can do for their moms. This coupon book is blank so that students can fill in ideas that they can give away as gifts. Grab this one along with a list of coupon ideas from us here.
Create a Picture Magnet
There is something about seeing those little handprints that moms just treasure. This adorable handprint craft is easy and fun for students to make. Check out the video tutorial at thebestideasforkids.com.
Write a Poem
Who doesn’t love a heartfelt poem written just for them! For this activity, brainstorm some ideas as a class. Then, let them show their creativity. Grab this free acrostic poem template from the Classroom Creative or have students come up with their own free verse poems.
Make a Fingerprint Flowerpot
This flower pot would make such a sweet gift for a grandmother, aunt, or mom on Mother’s Day. Students will love turning their thumbprints into bees, butterflies, and flowers. You can get a packet of seeds to go with it or even have students plant a flower. Find out more about this project here.
Shrinky Dink Necklace/Keychain
If you haven’t used Shrinky Dink film before, it is so easy to use! Draw on it with markers, then bake it in the oven and in a few minutes it magically shrinks! It’s a great way to create keepsakes, such as these necklaces and keychains. They are sure to be a hit with moms.
We hope we’ve given you lots of ideas for fun and simple Mother’s Day gifts your students can make without the stress!