Mother's day when your children are young is such a precious time! There's nothing cuter than a macaroni necklace or handprint gift to really put a smile on your face. If you're a teacher looking for Mother's Day Activities for toddlers to make, or your a mother making your own gift (let's face it, that's what generally happens) then these Mother's Day crafts and activities should give you plenty of ideas.
Mother's Day Activities for Toddlers to Make
These Mother's Day crafts and activities are perfect for 2 and 3 year olds. Unlike most of our activities where we focus more on the process than the product, these crafts will require a fair bit of adult assistance. While I think it's great to get involved in process art, I also believe that children love to do crafts like these as well. I have made these with toddlers and they've all been very successful. They're perfect for one on one crafts or to use in a daycare of education setting with a group too.
We have a simple FREE Mother's Day printable that you can use to color in, paint or as a collage template. Download your copy HERE.
Handprint Flower Picture Frame - Mommy's Bundle
Bottle Stamped Cards - Rainy Day Mum
Finger Painted Calico Bags - The Gingerbread House
Finger Painted Teapot Card - Messy Little Monster
Fingerprint Heart Cards - Easy Peasy and Fun
Jigsaw Puzzle Frames - Buggy and Buddy
Printable Tea Craft - J Daniel 4's Mom
Decorative Pots - K C Edventures
Fingerprint Heart Canvases - Red Ted Art
Dyed Pasta Mossaic - Buggy and Buddy
Sponge Painted Flowers - Easy Peasy and Fun
Flower Photo Craft - Messy Little Monster
I hope you love these Mother's Day crafts and activities! I'd love to see a photo of what your child has made - make sure you pop into our Facebook group and share it, or pop a photo on Instagram (tag #MyBoredToddler so we can all see it!).
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