Are you starting to scout for Mother’s Day card ideas for your kids to make? Just this morning, I thought I’d like to come prepared for the big day by creating unique printable cards that my kids will enjoy making for me and their grandmas. My little boys love to draw and write and so I automatically created some cute questionnaire-type cards for them to fill in.
Would you also like to try this idea? If yes, go ahead and print the cards and coin a fun “crafternoon” activity for the kids. These cards will leave lasting impressions for every mom. May your kids have loads of fun filling them out!
While I am already done printing out the cards, we haven’t started using them yet. “Working” on them will be my kids’ activity the day before Mother’s Day. It’s going to be their bonding activity with their dad. I like it that way. I like it when the cards are still freshly made before their “delivery” because the kids are still very excited to hand them. While I have created the printable copies, their answer and their drawings will still come by surprise! Admittedly, I am already excited!
Before creating these Mother’s Day questionnaire card printable, I actually scoured Google looking for Mother’s Day card ideas. Boy, there are hundreds! If you’re looking for ways to celebrate the day, you can also take a look at this list of arts and crafts . Then again, if you’re just looking for a really simple activity that every child can make right in the comforts of your home, these free printable Mother’s Day cards are for you! They are oh-so-easy to whip up. Let’s get started!
Mother’s Day Card Ideas: How To Use Your Printable Copy
- Get the cards >here< and print them in stock paper. (Please note that they are designed to be printed in standard, letter-size sheets with the following dimesnions: 8.5″ X 11″ .)
- Have the kids color the “Best Mom Ever” and “All About GrandMom” card titles.
- Make the kids answer the questions asked. Their answers will say a lot about how much they know and value their mom/ grandma.
- Let the kids draw what they look like when with mom/grandma.
- Roll the card, tie it with a ribbon and hand it to mom (and seal it with a kiss)!
I hope you love these Mother’s Day card ideas. And oh, if you’re looking for printable Mother’s day coupon, I have previously shared a set which you can find right here. May you have a fun and meaningful time with the kids on Mother’s Day, mommas!