Mother’s Day Flowers

We had a blast making our flowerpot for Mother’s Day.  I found this cute little Mother’s Day craftivity from Across the Hall in 2nd Grade, and we made it for our moms!  The kids filled out the little sentence stems, and then I had them write a note to their mom on the back.  Take a look at how cute they turned out…
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I had the students work on their Mother’s Day craft when they finished early with an assignment.  It took us about two days to finish the craft.  I always have them write first, and then do the coloring!  They each wrote a little note to their mom on the back! 🙂
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This favorite memory made me laugh… 🙂

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Thank you to all of the mommies out there!  

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3 responses to “Mother’s Day Flowers”

  1. Unknown Avatar

    Those are beautiful!
    First Grade Blue Skies

  2. Deb Hanson Avatar
    Deb Hanson

    These are beautiful! I bet your students' moms will treasure them forever! I can tell that your students took a lot of pride in their work!

  3. Fluttering Through First Grade Avatar
    Fluttering Through First Grade

    So sweet! Love the rockin mom! So fun to see how detailed the "big kids" write!
    ~Christy & Tammy