Printable Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day is around the corner and kids are thinking of Mother’s Day Gift Ideas to show the appreciation and love for their moms. These instant download coloring sheets are thoughtful, easy and sure to make them smile!


Mother’s Day is like Christmas for kids, except kids give out a gift instead of receiving one. There is nothing sweeter than to capture the creativity, the thoughts and handwriting of little kids. Most kids love to color, so these are fun and easy crafts.

These Printable Mother’s Day Gift Ideas are in black and white, giving a chance for kids to color these printable gifts any color they prefer. They can use colored pencils or markers. Mothers will love this quick and easy DIY Mother’s Day gift from their kids.

Moms are truly the ones who keep things going and they deserve to be celebrated. Whether it’s running around the house, making dinner or working, moms are hard workers. I am a mom myself and I do those things plus hundred others each day. What better way to show appreciation and some extra love for all the things your mom does than hand her a personalized gift!

What is Included in Mother’s Day Printables?

  • 5×7′′ foldable Happy Mother’s Day coloring card
  • All About my Mom Activity
  • I Love You Mom coloring sheet
  • One of the printables included is the foldable 5×7′′ Mother’s Day card. You would want to print it out on white paper. If you have a cardstock, it would be even better, especially if kids are planning to color with markers. It will also make the card look like a store card.

    Cut the card out following the dashed lines and then fold. Let the kids color the card and write something special to their moms on the inside of the card. You can ask them to write what Mother’s Day means to them or what they love the most about their mom.

    All About My Mom Activity:

    I created this cute Mother’s Day activity that is super fun for kids and the perfect printable for a classroom activity. This printable asks kids to answer simple questions about their mom. These are simple keepsake that can be used every year to see how much your child has grown.
    Moms at home can help their kids fill in the blanks if their child does not know how to write many words yet. It doesn’t have to be a surprise gift. Main point is to hear their thoughts and see their handwriting on the received gift by mom.
    What are your Mother’s Day traditions? Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there!
    NOTE: These printables are for personal use only and redistribution or reselling for commercial use is strictly prohibited.

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