5 Mother’s Day Ideas for Children’s Ministry


MomdayMother’s Day is approaching (May 12),
and it’s time to start planning what kind of crafts you want to
help your kids do. We’ve found some of the best Mother’s Day craft
ideas out there, and we’re going to share them with you now.
Hopefully you will find these crafts useful, either by your
actually doing them or at least by getting you to brainstorm about
other ideas. Here are five Mother’s Day crafts your kids will love
to make and give.

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Flowrs1. Flowerpot Cards-Your preschoolers will
love making these adorable flowerpot cards. They
take 5 minutes to make, but will be kept for years.



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Hands2. Handprint Bouquets-This flower-powered
craft from Mrs. Stanford’s Class is hands-on…literally.
Some paint, ribbon, and paper, and your older kids will be ready to
make these cute cards for mothers.





Handflower3. Handprint Craft-This craft, by An Interesting Mix, is perfect for kids not
too old and not too young. Again, the theme of moms helping their
children grow is used in this craft that will end up being a





Mums4. Mums for Moms-If you
have a little more time for crafts, this is an amazing one to try
out. These flowers come to life with color, thanks to coffee
filters and spray bottles.





Puzzle5. Personalized
If flowers aren’t your thing,
here’s a fun puzzle that lets kids tell parents that they would “go
to pieces” without them.


We have a ton more ideas on the website,
including this
of Mother’s Day crafts, songs, games, and more. Also,
make sure to check out Group’s Seasonal Specials for Children’s Ministry for
even more great ideas.

What do you have planned for your ministry’s
mothers (or for those who take care of kids like mothers)? Share
with us your plans and craft ideas in the comment section


About Author

David Jennings

David has served kids around the world for the majority of his life. From Texas to Romania, he has followed where God has led him. Most recently, he served for six years as a children's director in the great state of Alabama before moving to Colorado to work for Group as an associate editor.

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