Kids always seem to wait until the last minute to do things, and Mother’s Day is no exception.
If you’re scrambling to come up with a thoughtful and creative gift for Mom, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered.
Just print out this Mother’s Day crown and let your little ones color it in. They can add their own special touches to make it extra special for Mom.
Add the sweet poem or note, and you’ve got a Mother’s Day gift that Mom will cherish forever.
So go ahead and print out this crown – it’s the perfect last-minute activity for kids who want to make Mother’s Day extra special for Mom.
Also, be sure to check out all of our Mother’s Day activities for kids.
Easy Mother’s Day Activity For Kids
This Mother’s Day craft is super simple so it’s perfect for toddlers all the way up to big kids. There are two options to choose from; a color version or a black and white version to color in. To create the crown you’ll just need a few items.
- Card Stock
- Crayons or markers
- Printable Crown (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Print out the crown on thick, white cardstock. If you’re using the black and white version, color it with markers or crayons.
Cut out the crown and the Mother’s Day poem.
Use tape to secure one side of each of the bands to the crown, then secure the two bands to each other to form the complete crown.
Cut out the poem and give it to Mom or Grandma!
Isn’t this such a simple and fun activity?
More Mother’s Day Ideas
Looking for some more fun ways to celebrate Mother’s Day? You’re in luck! We’ve got lots of great crafts, printables, and ideas to help you celebrate Mom or Grandma. Whether you’re looking for something to do at home or something to take on the go, we’ve got you covered. So get ready to have some fun!
Reading aloud to kids can be a great experience. It’s been shown time and again that reading helps kids learn new words, improve their focus as well as imagination! Try adding in these cute books about Mom:
I Turned My Mom Into A Unicorn – If your child loves the Ted and Friends books, they’ll get a chuckle out of this one about Ted’s mom! Ted feels his mom is too grumpy, but when he turns his mom into a unicorn, will everything be fixed? This book is short and simple for young kids and shares the message of appreciating the goodness in their lives.
The Night Before Mother’s Day – These books are always fun and sweet and this one is no different! Read this story to see how a dad and his two daughters prepare to pamper mom for Mother’s Day!
What Not To Give Your Mom On Mother’s Day -Follow a boy and his mom in a story of all the things you shouldn’t give to your mom, unless she’s an animal. This is a simple story kids will enjoy with a cute message at the end!
Crafts are a great way for kids to show their affection for Mom on Mother’s Day. Not only is it a fun activity for them to do, but it also gives them a chance to express their creativity. And who knows, Mom might even end up with a few new pieces of decor for the house! Check out some of our favorite Mother’s Day crafts:
Flower Handprint Card Craft – This Mother’s Day, ditch the store-bought cards and give Mom something handmade with love. This flower handprint card is the perfect way for kids to show their appreciation.
And the best part? No messy paint is required! All you need is some construction paper, scissors, and Glue. Kids can make the card even more special by adding their own personal message. So get creative and have fun! Mom is sure to appreciate this thoughtful gesture.
Panda Mother’s Day Craft – Although we made this craft for Valentine’s Day, it’s also perfect for moms who love animals! Make a cute panda holding hearts and give it to Mom or Grandma this May!
Bee Card Craft – Kids will have a blast making this homemade card to give to Mom or Nana. Write a sweet message like “Mom, you’re bee-utiful inside and out”. Mom is sure to cherish this special homemade gift from her little ones.
These Mother’s Day dot to dot activity pages are not only delightful for kids to do, but they also make a great gift for Mom.
Plus, they help teach essential early math skills like counting and number recognition. And when they’re finished, Mom has a sweet picture to hang on the fridge. So grab some crayons and have the kids get started!
Kids will enjoy these Mother’s Day color by number printables! They make a great no-prep activity that can keep kids busy. Plus, kids can do them at school and bring them home to give to Mom.