Updated: Apr 26
Ever since my oldest was in Preschool, one of my FAVORITE things about Mother's day (tied with breakfast-in-bed, of course) has been the adorable gifts my kids bring home from school. I have always loved the "All About My Mom" type questionnaires. They are a wonderful mix of funny, sweet,and sometimes even surprising. One year my Daughter declared that I was 5-years-old! Another year she said I was funny when I say "meow, meow, meow". I don't think I've ever really said that but it gave me a good laugh!
In fact, I love these little gems so much that I have had my children answer questionnaires about their Grandparents and Father each year. Once I've written the answers, I let the kids decorate them with watercolors and stickers and laminate them to give as part of their gift. It has been really cute to see the different answers that they give to the same questions over the years.
Sadly this year school made crafts and questionnaires won't be showing up on Mother's day but you don't have to miss out completely! I'm sharing ours with you for free! Just download the pdf files at the bottom of this post, print and complete with your little ones! If you can't print them you might consider downloading and using a website like Canva to type in answers and giving Mom or Grandma a digital version! Whichever way you choose make sure you share your finished product on our Facebook or Instagram (@bufflearninglab) page using #bllmothersday.
If you're looking for kid-made gifts to compliment your questionnaire, I've got you covered there too! Right now I'm offering Mother's Day Craft Kits in my online shop that will be PERFECT for the Moms and Grandmas in your life. The kits include supplies to make 4 beautiful paper flowers, 4 shrink charms to put on the included keychain, and a greeting card! If you're intimidated by kids crafts, don't worry! You also get access to video instructions that will ensure a beautiful result. So stay home, stay safe and still spoil the Moms and Grandmas in your life because they deserve it now more than ever.
Keep playing, keep learning, keep growing,