What is one thing you wish to do for your mother figure or guardian one day?
What are three things you can do daily to help your mother figure or guardian?
Mother’s Day Crafts: Make a Mother’s Day card for your mother figure or guardian. Then write them a poem on the inside of the card telling them how much you love them.
Write a short story about going on an adventure with your mother figure or guardian.
What superpower does your mother figure or guardian have? Write about the amazing things that they do and how their superpower helps them.
Write a Mother’s Day poem. Make sure to use a simile in your poem. A simile compares something to alike things by using the word “like” or “as”.
Journal Writing Prompt: Ask your mother figure or guardian to tell you about the Mother’s Day activities that they did when they were a child. Write them down and compare them to what you do for them now.
What is something that you do for Mother’s Day that you would not do for Father’s Day? Write about the differences and how your family celebrates each family member differently.
Ask your mother figure or guardian if they have a keepsake that they were given by someone special and learn the story behind it. After, write about that object and why it is so important.
Pick your favorite animal and learn more about that animal’s mothering role to its young. Write a report about how that animal cares for and protects their baby.