These Mother's Day Printables are So Cute They Count as Gifts
These simple but sweet printable Mother’s Day coloring pages prove it really is the thought that counts when it comes to kid “gifts” for May’s major maternal holiday. After all, whether you’re Mom’s partner or a mom yourself, it can be hard to steer your kids in the right — read: easy enough — direction for a homemade Mother’s Day gift. Younger kids might not be ready to a) take a hint and/or b) put together a more difficult craft to show their appreciation for Mom. Enter: These crazy-easy coloring printouts for an adorable gift/card/art piece combo that little kids will love to make and moms will love to hang up all year.
And let’s not forget: A cute coloring page is an activity that benefits kids just as much as it cheers the giftee. Coloring has been shown to promote relaxation in adults and kids alike. It’s time to bust out the good kids art supplies for this one.
A version of this article was originally published in April 2017.
How adorable are these hugging bears?
A parent owl reads a story to its adorable baby owls.
Create a Card
Tell her exactly what she is: a supermom.
This giraffe mom and baby are too cute.
‘Happy Mother’s Day’
This flowers-and-sunshine Mother's Day card says it all.
Bear Holding Flowers
Giving those giraffes some serious cuteness competition.
Mother’s Day Card
Kids will love to use their imaginations to color in this Mother's Day card.
‘# 1 Mom’ Ribbon
Of course your mom is your No. 1 — this card will ensure she knows it.
Say, ‘Thanks, Mom!’
Tell her what you're thankful for inside the card.
Hugging Bear Family
Mom will want to post this one up on the fridge the second it's done.
Rabbit Mamma & Baby
Don't forget to sign your name!
Fill in the blanks with the fun stuff.
Mother’s Day Maze
Find your way to the heart.
Color it in and float on.
Mother’s Day ‘Flowers’
Not your traditional bouquet of flowers, but it still works.
A Bookmark for Mom
This printable coloring page bookmark is fun and functional. Win-win.
We spotted "happy" already; circle all the words you see.
Pin this and let the kids get to coloring.
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