Mother’s Day Fun Ideas For Kids To Plan
In this article, I’m actually going to address the kids directly. Many kids are not sure what to do for Mother’s Day. They may think planning for Mother’s Day is going to be too hard, so they just let the grownups take charge. However, with a little help, kids can easily give their mother a gift of their choosing and a day that they will be proud of. From a kid’s viewpoint, they want something they can plan easily and accomplish all by themselves (or at least almost all by themselves.)
Of course, most plans require the help of a grownup, but kids really like the idea of choosing their own surprise. So, kids, take a look at the easy ideas below, choose one or two, and make this Mother’s Day unforgettable. When you’ve chosen something special to do for your mother, show a grownup and make your plan. Here are some ideas:
Breakfast In Bed
If your mom is like most, then I bet she is usually up early every morning to get everyone ready for the day. Why not let her sleep in this year and then serve her breakfast in bed?
To keep things simple, plan your surprise the night before. You could serve mom her favorite muffins, fresh fruit and beverage. Make sure to include a nice flower, a card, and maybe even a poem written by you especially for the occasion.
A Day To Herself
Your mom loves you very much. That’s why she is always ready to help you out anytime you need anything. Imagine the look on your mom’s face when you present her with a coupon for a full day to do whatever SHE would like to do.
All you need to do is get a pretty piece of paper and create your own gift certificate entitling your mother to one day of peace and quiet. Decorate it with markers, crayons or stickers. Anything you think your mom would like.
When she wakes up Mother’s Day morning, present her your gift certificate filled with love. If you want to really impress her, ask a grownup to buy a book you know she’s been wanting to read. You could even present the book and coupon with a pretty cup or mug so she can enjoy her favorite beverage while she’s reading quietly. As for the “quiet” part – ask the grownup helping you to make sure you are kept busy as well as supervised so that mom doesn’t have to worry about anything the whole day long.
If you think your mom would prefer spending time with the family instead of a quiet day alone, plan something fun your mom enjoys doing. She spends a lot of time making sure you are entertained and often will not do something she enjoys. Why not repay that kindness by planning a day of fun family activities that you might not ordinarily do, but that you know your mom would probably love. Need some suggestions of what mom might like to do? Here are a few:
- If your mom likes art, you could take her to the local museum. Many museums have a place where you can enjoy lunch together.
- If mom likes the outdoors, pack a picnic lunch and head to the park or trails.
- Does mom like music? Take her to a concert with music. Buy tickets for the whole family and go enjoy.
- Is mom a movie lover? Going to the movies to see a movie she wants to see is a great idea, but can be expensive. Why not rent a few of her favorite movies, pop some popcorn and spend the day watching at home?
The possibilities of things to do with your mother this Mother’s Day are endless. You just need to use your imagination. Ask your dad, her friends, or your family and neighbors to help where necessary. She’ll enjoy her day no matter what you do for her, but when you take the time to do something especially for her, you’ll give her the one thing she wants more than anything – your appreciation.
Happy Mother’s Day and good luck with your special planning!
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