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Mother’s Day Projects for Preschoolers

Mother’s Day Projects for preschoolers can be challenging – what to make for mom? Mom that’s so special. Mom that’s like no others. What can possibly show our love and appreciation? There’s nothing like a photo, handprint and poem!

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Here’s the poem I used, found at Little Giraffes:

I’m your little flower, Mom.
Please help me grow and bloom:
Take the weeds but leave the roots
And give me lots of room.

Mom, you are my gardener,
My sunshine and my rain.
Too much will make me wither.
With enough, I’ll bloom again.

I am your little flower, Mom.
I’m different from the rest:
Don’t pick me Mom, just help me grow
To be my very best.

What you need for the Mother’s Day page:
  • 1 – 12 x 12 scrapbook paper
  • paint for handprints
  • Popsicle/craft sticks for “Mom”
  • photo for letter “O” of Mom.  I also put a piece of craft foam behind the photo to give it more
    support.
  • Hot glue or craft glue to put together the letters for “Mom”
  • I’m Your Little Flower Poem – Printable page here
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What in the world does the poem say? It would be helpful to see it in a much larger text form...

Stacy

Tuesday 3rd of May 2016

Please read the post. The poem is clearly written there. I always try to make sure my posts are complete and that readers have everything they need. In fact, I've made a free printable page with the poem on it. I'm unsure what more is expected.

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