Mother's Day Book and Wall Display
This is such a beautiful book to make and share with moms! I make this each year and the students present and read it with their moms on Muffins with Mom Day. We also hang a picture and writing in the hall with adjectives describing their moms. The moms have to figure which picture is theirs. So much fun!
Pg. 3-8 These pages contain the writing prompts: My Mother Looks Pretty When…, Something Funny My Mom Did…, Super Mom to the Rescue!, My Mom is Very Talented Because…, If I Could Give My Mom Anything in the World…, My Favorite Thing to do with Mom is… - Lined paper that can be used for end of first grade and second grade.
Pg. 9-14 contains the same writing prompts above, however they are on lined paper that can be used for second grade or up.
Pg. 15 My Favorite Recipe of My Mom’s – What is your favorite recipe of your mom’s? Can you remember what goes in it or how she makes it?
Pg. 16 Picture Frame – this frame can be used as the first page in the Mother’s Day book
Pg. 17 Mothers Are Like Buttons – four to a page, cut apart and use on the front cover of the Mother’s Day Book
Pg. 18-20 Mother’s Day Coupons and pockets – copy one page of coupons per student, fill in the empty coupons, cut apart, attach a pocket to the inside of the back cover, glue only the sides and bottom so that it forms a pocket to place the coupons in
Pg. 21 Mom Adjectives – copy these adjectives onto white or colored paper, have students choose some adjectives that describe their moms – cut them out and glue them around mom’s picture
Pg. 22 My Mom – to be filled out, attached to large construction paper with framed drawing of mom – see illustration
Pg. 23 Picture frame – this frame is to be used for hanging in the hall
Pg. 24 Illustration of project for hall
Pg. 25 Can You Guess Whose Mom This Is? - sign to hang in the hall – put the student’s name on the back of the paper so that Mom needs to guess which portrait is hers by looking at the picture and reading the short answers about herself
Pg. 26 Thanks and credits