By Noreen Doll.
Mothers Day crafts for toddlers are perfect for even the very youngest children, who like to give Mom something special they have made themselves.
These Mothers Day crafts for toddlers have lots of easy ideas for toddler gifts to make for Mom.
Notepaper Toddlers Can Make for Mom
This notepaper toddlers can make for Mom is very easy for toddlers to do and produces a very nice and useful Mother’s Day gift.
Origami Box Using Kids Art
Use kids art work to make these one of a kind origami box using kids art for Mom and Grandma. Even the youngest kids can color a sheet of paper for a box.
An adult can cut out the flowers and leaves and the toddler can draw a face and glue them on a jumbo craft stick to make heart flowers for Mom.
Mother’s Day Flowers
Have your toddler color some sheets of colored construction paper for Mother’s Day Flowers. Cut them into strips to make paper flowers with the child’s photo in the center. Glue tissue paper onto a clear plastic cup for the vase.
Fingerprint Daisy Bookmark
Create a fingerprint daisy bookmark using your toddler’s fingerprints to make daisies.
Capture your toddler’s fingerprint in clay, let harden and string on a ribbon or chain to make a fingerprint pendant for Mom or Grandma.
Help a toddler make a handprint using paint on a white tile for handprint tiles for Mom.
Froggie Photo Frame
To make a froggie photo frame, cut styrofoam in a frog shape, paint and add a child’s photo.
Dotted Flower Pot & Handprint Frame
Toddlers or Preschoolers can paint a flower pot with dots that can have a plant added to it.
Or make a double sided frame with a photo on one side and your child’s handprints on the other.
Framed Handprint Ideas
Here are a few ideas for framed handprints for Mom or Grandma.
Help your kids make handprint plaques for parents and grandparents. Make a simple flour and salt dough and add handprints to flattened shapes.
Tissue Paper Candle Holders
Glue tissue paper pieces to inexpensive glasses, then coat with more glue. Add tea lights to your tissue paper candle holders. (This website has been removed and I have no link to the creator of it.)
Baby Sock Sachet
To make a baby sock sachet, toddlers can help fill a baby or toddler sock with dried flowers, then glue or stitch closed. Tie a pretty ribbon around the top. A sweet reminder. (This page could not be found, but the idea was on this website.)
Put together a book and have preschooler or toddler kiss each page with lipstick on their lips. The child’s handprint and signature can also be added to the kiss book. (This link no longer works, but this is the website where I found it.)