We took a peek around Pinterest to see what creative Sunday school Mother’s Day crafts are available. And did we ever find some good ones! Mother’s Day is a great chance to celebrate mom and to teach children how to “honor your mother and father” (Exodus 20:12).
Below, we’ve gathered seven Sunday school Mother’s Day crafts we love. These creative ideas for Mother’s Day will help you engage kids in your church as they honor Mom!
7 Sunday School Mother’s Day Crafts to Try
1. I Love You Because… Pictures
(Idea taken from and directions available at Soaring Through Second)
This cute idea has your kids holding a small chalkboard (or iPad, if you’re techie!) explaining why they love their moms. The child sits on the stool holding the chalkboard. Then you snap a quick keepsake picture for mom. It’s instant Mother’s Day joy, especially if you have access to a picture printer or can use a Polaroid camera.
2. Handprint Tote Bag
(Idea taken from and directions available at A Mountainous Journey)
Who doesn’t love their child’s handprint? And what mom doesn’t need another tote bag? These totes are easy to make. Plus, they’ll keep your kids busy decorating while you talk to them about ways they can honor mom on Mother’s Day and every day.