It’s Mom’s day and she’s the “star of the show”. Interview her like a celebrity with these “Would you rather” questions. Maybe you could make a couple of her “preferences” a reality on Mother’s Day.
Circle your mom’s choice in each question. Put the date on each page.
Notice what preferences mom chooses. Can you fulfill any of them? Probably not getting her rubies or emeralds….but it might be possible for you to get her a cup of tea or coffee,give her flowers or draw a picture of the type of flowers she prefers, take her to the movies or rent a movie at home, do her fingernails or hair, color or paint with her, get her a paperback book (or E-book) and read with her.
*Directions on how to put the pages together accordian-style to make an adorable card.
*29 questions in all. Includes cover and "closing" statement.
*Makes a great keepsake.
*You'll have lots of laughs while doing this activity and create special memories of Mom.
Just a thought. Wouldn't it be fun if your students answered the questions themselves (with what they think their mothers would answer) and then when they interview their moms, they could compare their answers to their moms?! Might make a good literacy center activity along with making the card.
Ages: all elementary school grades; actually, anyone who has a mom.
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