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Mother's Day Lesson Plans

Cinco De Mayo Teaching Theme Mother's Day Teaching Resources
Cloze Paragraphs - May Theme, Vol. 1 Mother's Day Spelling Workbook
Cloze Paragraphs - May Theme, Vol. 2 Mother's Day Worksheets
May Monthly Helper Workbook Spring Spelling Workbook
Mothers, Fathers & Families Lesson Series Spring Teaching Theme





Mother's Day

Mother's Day Spelling

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May Monthly Helper Workbook

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More Lesson Plans From Other Sites

  1. Allowance Time- Students use pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters to show different ways to reach the same three digit total. Students use coin values to record data and to apply knowledge.
  2. Angelic Child- Creating a memory for mom.
  3. Angels of Generosity- This lesson uses ANGEL CHILD, DRAGON CHILD by Surat to identify generous actions. Students will keep a generosity journal reflecting acts of kindness they performed each week.
  4. Are We There Yet?- This is the review lesson for the unit, Going to Grandma�s. Using the Formative Assessment Checklist and all completed summative assessments, the teacher reinforces skills and concepts using the activities from this lesson.
  5. Are You My Mother?- Students will discover baby animals look similar to their parents.
  6. As Good as Gold- Students create a Mother's Day Coupon Book, full of coupons that can be exchanged for special services rendered by students! A work sheet is included.
  7. Blowing Kisses- Fifth Grade students thank their mothers (grandmothers, aunts, god-mothers, etc.) for their first breath of life. Activities are pre-writing, designing a poem form, and making a card.
  8. Celebrate With Silhouettes- Students help create keepsake silhouettes, frame them, or use them to make a special Mother's Day card.
  9. I Just Want to Say- I just want to say- I love you, I hate you, things haven't been easy for me, and much more. Through the use of poetry, people can relay a powerful message. Students study poetic devices included in conversation poems and explore their eloquent messages.
  10. Message to Mother- Students write sentences to their mothers and include them in beautiful Mother's Day gifts.
  11. Motherhood Math: Mothers in the Workforce- Students study a table showing how the number of working mothers increased between 1955 and 2001 and complete the provided work sheet.
  12. Mother's Day Card and Poem- Children color the flowers and pot found in the link below cut around the edges of the paper using pinking shears glue onto construction paper.
  13. Mother's Day Craft- A nifty, thrifty idea for mom.
  14. Mother's Day Gift- Children make something special for Mom and learn about giving.
  15. Mother, May I Communicate?- This activity is an inexpensive, active way to teach positive communication of needs, wants, and feelings. Through the use of a "Mother, May I?" type game, students have the opportunity to identify problems and to demonstrate ways to react to given situations.
  16. The Best Gift, for Shoe-er!- Students turn an old shoe into a memorable planter that's a terrific gift for Mother's Day or any other occasion.
  17. Whooo's in the Nest?- During a weeklong writing workshop, students illustrate a family of owls and write about their owl family. Students draft a five sentence expository writing essay, revise in peer editing groups, and publish their work.

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