Describe what they love about their mother, aunt, or grandmother with this fill-in-the-boxes worksheet for older students.
What do all moms (or aunts or grandmothers) want for Mother’s Day? To know they are appreciated, of course!
Inclusive Mother’s Day Activity
This template challenges students to describe the different things they love about their mom, aunt, or grandmother.
Students fill in the boxes provided with quirky information about their moms, aunts, or grandmothers. Some of the sentence stems include:
- My mom/aunt/grandmother makes me laugh when she…
- My mom/aunt/grandmother wishes she had…
- My mom/aunt/grandmother should get an award for…
- My mom/aunt/grandmother is unique because…
- My mom/aunt/grandmother loves it when…
- My mom’s/aunt’s/grandmother’s favorite thing to do is…
Send the completed work home for a Mother’s Day surprise!
Before You Print
Use the dropdown menu to choose between the mom, aunt, or grandmother options presented for this resource. Additionally, print on colored paper or use cardstock for durability.
Want more inclusive Mother’s Day ideas? Check out Inclusive Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Gifts From Kids: Teacher Ideas.
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