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Mothers Day Handprint Flower Pot Craft for Kids!

Mothers Day Handprint Flower Pot Craft For Preschool

This simple and colorful Mothers Day handprint flower pot craft activity is a ton of fun for preschoolers and kindergarten children to make, and just perfect for a Mother’s Day theme unit.

The Night Before Mother’s Day (Reading Railroad) written by Natasha Wing is a delightful story to read to children for Mother’s Day.

And, there are so many wonderful activities to go along with the book, like this Mothers Day handprint flower pot craft and Mother’s Day Song for kids.

While the kids are making their handprint flower pot craft, be sure to play the Mother’s Day Song for kids in the background.

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The Mother’s Day Song for kids is a nice complement to this super fun kids Mothers Day handprint flower pot craft activity.

So, what are you waiting for? Let’s make a handprint flower pot craft for mom this Mother’s Day!

Craft supplies you will need:

  • Different color construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Marker

Craft instructions:

Have the children trace and cut out their handprint from a sheet of construction paper.

Next, have the children draw and cut out 5 flowers in different colors.

Then, have the children draw and cut out a flower pot.

Once done, have the children glue their handprint on a sheet of construction paper.

After that, have the children glue the flower pot right under their handprint.

When ready, have the children glue the flowers on each of the fingers.

Mothers Day Handprint Flower Pot Craft For Preschool
Lastly, have the children write a special Mother’s Day message to mom on the flower pot.

And, voila! The children have now made a Mothers Day handprint flower pot craft.  

What a simple and easy-to-make Mother’s Day craft activity for preschool and kindergarten children.  

Just perfect for a Mother’s Day lesson plan – at home or in the classroom.

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