Enjoy using these Mother's Day writing activites with your primary students. There are three activities for students to complete on their own or in a small group setting.
1. Map - Students may write words or sentences under each heading to describe their mothers.
2. Sentence Frames - Students complete each sentence about their mothers. Encourage second and third graders to use descriptive words and phrases, including similes. Have students rewrite on Mother and Me paper or type and print onto stationary.
3. Mother and Me paper - Students can draw a picture of themselves with their mothers in the picture space and write to or about them.
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Hi! I love your idea of writing about mom. I'm a fifth grade teacher so I would not use the first page, but I can see my students writing about some of their favorite memories of mom. It would really help me if you would add another page for writing, but with all lines. I'd even like to see a third page with a smaller box on top- maybe the left side and then a smaller box on the bottom of the right side. Students would then be able to turn the writing into a book about their moms. It's just a thought. My students seem to thing they should type everything official. But for mom- it should be in their own writing with their own drawings.
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