Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re looking for a thoughtful, homemade gift that won’t cost you a fortune, these printable Mother’s Day coupons are the perfect solution.
Just print them out, let your kids color them in, and add a personal touch.
Mom will love being able to cash in on a free art masterpiece, a huge hug, or even a fun ice cream date.
And best of all, these coupons are super easy to put together – no need to spend hours in the crafting aisle of your local store.
So why not let your kids show their appreciation for all that Mom does with some sweet coupons?
Also, be sure to check out all of our Mother’s Day crafts for kids for more ideas!
Mother’s Day Coupons
Inside our free printable set, we’ve included the following coupons:
- Picking up all my toys
- Chore of your choice
- Ice cream date
- Huge hug
- Snack made by me
- 30 minutes of peace and quiet
- Special art made by me
- Fill in your own coupon
These color in coupons are not only perfect for Mom, but they also work great for Grandma and Nana too!
All you need to do is print out the coupons for the kids, let them color each one in, have them cut them out, then staple them together along the left side.
Voila! Now they have a cute, homemade coupon book to give Mom!
More Mother’s Day Ideas
Are you looking for some entertaining Mother’s Day activities to keep the kids occupied on Mother’s Day? You’ve come to the right place!
We have lots of fun projects, printables, and ideas to help you honor Mom or Grandma. Whatever you decide, we’re confident that Mom will appreciate the attention and effort! So get the kids to work on these plans and have a good time!
Mother’s Day Book Ideas
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!
Mother’s Day Crafts
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way for kids to show Mom how much they care than by giving her a handmade gift? Crafting can help to develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, and it also requires concentration and focus.
These are all important skills that will come in handy later in life. So whether you’re making a Mother’s Day card or a fun papercraft, take the time to let kids enjoy the process and create something special that Mom will love.
Try out some of our favorite Mother’s Day crafts for kids:
Mickey Mouse Mother’s Day Card Craft – This Mickey Mouse card is perfect for Disney fans of all ages. Plus, it’s easy to make! Don’t forget to add your own personal message inside. Mom is sure to appreciate the thoughtfulness and effort that went into this special Mother’s Day card.
Dinosaur Mother’s Day Craft – If your kids love dinosaurs, they’ll have a blast making this craft for Mom that lets her know she’s “dino-mite”!
Mother’s Day Cactus Craft – Does Mom love succulents? If so, this craft is perfect! Using our free template, all kids need is some construction paper, scissors, and glue. This craft is perfect for young children, as it helps to develop fine motor skills. Plus, moms are sure to appreciate this thoughtful gift from their little ones!
Mothers’ Day Activities
These Mother’s Day color by number printables are the perfect way to show Mom some love. Not only are they fun to color, but they also help to improve fine motor skills. And best of all, they’re free! Just print out the coloring page and give it to Mom on Mother’s Day. She’ll be sure to appreciate the thoughtfulness.
Need a simple way to celebrate Mom in the classroom? Use these free printable Mother’s Day dot to dot activity printables! Not only will kids practice fine motor skills and counting, but they’ll have a fun surprise to give Mom at the end of the day!
This All About Mom printable will be a hit with the kids! They can practice their penmanship while learning interesting information about Mom. This is a simple and fun activity for kids.