Mother’s Day is approaching quickly. But it’s not too late to help kids create a special memento for mom. Check out these four fun Mother’s Day ideas for children’s ministry. They’re perfect for helping kids of all ages express their love for mom and other special women!
4 Mother’s Day Ideas for Children’s Ministry
We’ve found some of the best Mother’s Day craft ideas out there. And we’re going to share them with you now! We hope you find these crafts useful and that kids (and moms) love them.
Feel free to adapt each craft to fit your needs and children’s ages. And use them to brainstorm other creative ideas for celebrating special women in your church. (Pro Tip: Keep these ideas in mind for Grandparents Day. Or for cheering up homebound or sick church members!)
Here are four Mother’s Day crafts your kids will love to make and give. Share them with all the teachers and volunteers in your children’s ministry program. Then in the comments, let us know about your favorite kid crafts for honoring parents!
Your preschoolers will love making these adorable flowerpot cards. Best of all: They take just five minutes to make. Yet moms are sure to keep them for years.
This flower-powered craft from Mrs. Stanford’s Class is hands-on…literally. Just gather some paint, ribbon, and paper. Then have your older kids get busy making these cute cards for mothers. Moms will display and cherish them!
If you have a little more time for crafts, this is an amazing one to try. These flowers come to life with color, thanks to coffee filters and spray bottles. Bonus: They’re a blast for kids to make!
If flowers aren’t your thing, try this fun puzzle. Its message lets kids tell parents they would “go to pieces” without them. What a sweet keepsake!
Looking for even more great Mother’s Day ideas? Check out all these Mother’s Day posts.
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