Mother’s Day Resources 2024

Mother’s Day Sunday 10th March 2024 UK

Mother’s Day is a wonderful occasion dedicated to honouring and celebrating the amazing mums who make our lives brighter and full of love. It’s a day to express our gratitude, love, and appreciation for the superheroes we call ‘Mum.’ In the UK, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent, which falls on different dates each year. This year it’s Sunday 10th March 2024.

Here are some ideas that you can incorporate into your classroom to make Mother’s Day extra special:

1. Homemade Cards:

Get creative and make a personalised card for your mum. You can use colourful paper, glitter, stickers, and any other art supplies you have at home. Write a heartfelt message expressing your love and appreciation. If you need a template the check out our breakfast in bed card.

2. Poetry Corner:

Foster creativity by guiding students to write poems dedicated to their mums. Display these poetic masterpieces around the classroom, creating a “Poetry Corner” where children’s words can shine.

3. Crafty Expressions:

Provide art supplies such as paints, crayons, and clay for students to craft unique artworks inspired by their mothers. Whether it’s a painting, a drawing, or a sculpture, these creations will be treasured by mums. Check out 8 open-ended crafts.

4. Interview Mum Activity:

Have students prepare questions in advance and conduct short interviews with their mums. They can ask about their mum’s favourite memories, hobbies, or even advice. Compile the interviews into a class booklet or display them on a bulletin board.

5. Cooking Class:

If feasible, organise a simple cooking class where students can prepare a delicious treat for their mums. Whether it’s baking cookies, making a fruit salad, or creating personalised sandwiches, the effort put into making something special will be appreciated.

6. Storytelling Time:

Invite students to share their favourite stories or memories about their mums. This can be done through written narratives, drawings, or even short presentations. This activity not only celebrates mums but also enhances language and communication skills.

7. Planting Seeds of Love:

Provide small pots, soil, and seeds for students to plant. This activity symbolises the growth of their love for their mums. As the plants grow, students can take them home as a living reminder of their love and appreciation.

8. Family Recipe Booklet:

Ask students to bring in a family recipe, or work on a simple cooking project in class. Compile the recipes into a class booklet, creating a special keepsake that mums can treasure for years to come.

Remember, these activities not only celebrate Mother’s Day but also provide valuable opportunities for creativity, expression, and bonding within the classroom. Happy Mother’s Day celebrations to all the wonderful mums in the UK!

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