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5 Adorable Mothers Day Poems for Kids
It’s time to help the kids celebrate their moms with these cute Mothers Day poems for kids. Now, more than ever, because we’re all forced to stay at home, we need to get creative with gift ideas for moms.
Mothers Day Handprint Poem
Mother’s Day gifts don’t have to be elaborate and fancy to express appreciation and love. Instead, try this adorable printable handprint poem for mom from the kids.
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY
“I know you wipe some away,
But these prints are here to stay.
So, keep them forever,
A treasure they will be.
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom!
This easy Mother’s Day craft will be cherished for years to come, and it costs next to nothing to make.
Mothers Day Poem for Kids to go with Flowers
This is the perfect time of year to plant and grow flowers. Kids love planting flowers, caring for them, and watching them grow. Teach your kids these fun flower facts, then print the poem for a fun reading lesson.
I am like a flower
that is raised
with love by you.
You help me grow up
big and strong,
thanks for all you do!
Any potted flower, or a kid-colored styrofoam cup full of dirt and a tiny sprouted flower, will make any mother happy! Moms typically appreciate the thought and simplest jester of appreciation.
If you’re looking for activities to go along with your planting activities, check out my blog post, Flowers and Plants Writing Activity for Kids.
Mother’s Day Song and Poems from Kids
If you’re looking for a poem from a daughter, a mom poem from son, or a poem to mom from both kids, I’ve got you covered with this Mommy poem.
Mommy, Mommy, I love you.
Thanks for all the things you do.
I love you
And you love me.
That’s the way it should be.
Mommy, Mommy, I love you.
Thanks for all the things you do!
This Mother’s Day song, sung to the tune of “twinkle twinkle”, also makes the perfect Mother’s Day poem for kids.
When you purchase the Mommy poem. you will get all three versions shown below. One from all kids, one from a son, and one from a daughter.
Happy Mother’s Day Fingerprint Poem From Kids
Dirt and cookie fingerprints
are not too hard to find.
You’ll see them on our walls and drawers
Where I go, they’re left behind.
But soon I’ll learn to wash my hand
And tuck them by my side.
The walls and drawers clean once more
No grubby marks to hide.
So, here I leave my fingerprints
Each and every one,
Painted as a reminder
of dirt and cookies and fun.
I will love you forever;
And forever you will be
The most wonderful mother,
You mean everything to me.
I thought of buying you flowers
In the usual way
But I knew you would prefer
A forever bouquet!
Save the picture above to your favorite pinterest board, so you can quickly find your favorite Mothers Day poems for kids year after year!
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