Am I the only one who struggles with Mother’s Day?
I have two small children (a one and two year old) and it’s almost impossible to find cute Mother’s Day activities for them.
After scouring the Internet for what felt like an eternity last night, I gave up and created something myself: Mother’s Day coloring pages.
I drew an outline of a woman and added a cute poem. Then I gave my kiddos some crayons and let them draw their Grandmas and “write” a personal message.
We had so much fun making these! (Please keep in mind: I’m not a professional artist. Go easy on me!)
The poem says:
“Here is a picture I drew of you.
I cannot write, so it will have to do.
If I could, I would like it to say,
‘Have a Happy Mother’s Day!'”
Do you have little ones yourself? Why recreate the wheel? Download mine for FREE! (We Moms and Dads need to help each other out – we have enough of our plates!)
I created coloring pages for both Moms and Grandmas. Just click on the buttons below to download. (Don’t feel guilty – grab as many as you like!)
Here are the Grandma coloring pages (just click on the photo to download and print):
And here are the Mom coloring pages (just click on the photo to download and print):
While you’re waiting for those to download, check out the rest of our Mother’s Day ideas here.
Or browse through the pages my children colored – no peaking Grandma Armstrong and Grandma Geffers!!
I hope this helps you celebrate the special Moms in your life!
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