If you’re shopping for presents for Mom, mother in law, or another special mother in your life, you can find incredible Mother’s Day deal at many locations. However, the best Mother’s Day gifts made by your preschooler’s hands are the best!
Handprint Mothers Day gifts for Preschoolers
Have 5-6 fingerpaint colors available for children
Allow children to choose construction paper color
Have each child to use 4 colors of finger paint for their flowers
Paint each hand with a different finger paint color and
Have child place them horizontally onto construction paper with thumbs on the outside
Wash hands and dry them and repeat the process with 2 different paint colors
Have child place handprint vertical onto the construction paper with thumbs facing right
The teacher can paint the stems. And have child place the bows onto flower stems(optional)
Allow the child to sign the bouquet of flowers for their moms.
Fingerprint Dandelion Flower Card
Caption: I think you’re dandy and I’m not lion!
Take a color sheet of construction paper
Brown finger paint and draw a small circle.
Have child dip a finger in green finger paint and draw a 2 straight lines side by side. This will be the green stems for 2 dandelion flowers.
Now have child dip finger in white finger paint(or any color) and dip paint onto construction paper until a fluffy dandelion flower is done. This should look as close to a circle as possible.
Fingerprint Mat frame
Take a photo Mat for 5 x 7 or 8x 10 frame
Have 1-3 colors of finger paint available
Have the child use a different finger for each color and
Then just press them onto the mat frame until it is completely covered
Allow mat to dry
Use the following poem or you own special poem:
My dirty little fingerprint I’ve left on many walls
And on the drawers and tabletops, I ‘ve really marked them all
But here are some that won’t rub off, I’m giving them to you
Because I’m thankful to have a mom just like you!
These are few quick and easy personal gift ideas preschoolers can take pride in creating for their mom, grandma, or nana and bring them smiles for many years.
I always loved these types of gifts from my little ones. Share below some of your favorite handmade crafts from your children.
Happy Mother’s Day!!!