This week we put finishing touches on some big projects. First, the kids wrote letters to their Moms. Remember the super-cute “Forever Bouquets” my kiddos made last week? We mounted the letters onto the back of each child’s handprint art project then laminated the finished product to create a lasting keepsake for the Moms. I also had little sticker labels of each child’s class picture, so I placed a sticker on the bottom of each child’s note as a cute kindergarten reminder.
Finished Artwork and Letters to Mom
Teapot Placemats for the Party
The other big project that we finally finished are the placemats for the party. I am so in love with these. Each child had to create 2 placemats (one for the the kindergartener and one for his/her mom). To prep for these, I had a volunteer Dad trace a teapot onto each piece of 12″x18″ construction paper. The students did the cutting. After all the teapots were cut out, we were finally ready to paint!
Several years ago I bought this set of plastic cookie cutters. It has 100 pieces (including numbers 0-9, all capital letters, and fun shapes for most seasons and holidays.) Such a bargain! Anyways, the set also included 3 different shaped flower cookie cutters. The kids dipped the flower-shaped cutters into paint, then stamped them onto their placemats. The next day, my students painted stems, leaves, yellow(ish) dots onto the center of their flowers.
After the placemats dried, they were laminated and I wrote each guest’s name onto the front with a Sharpie.
Planning the Perfect Mother’s Day Tea Party
If you’re just getting started planning your Mother’s Day Tea party, I have all of the printable essentials available in my Mother’s Day Tea Party Printable Pack. This complete printable set contains every printable item you need to plan and execute an adorable Tea Party… invitations, RSVP cards, bunting banners, labels, cupcake toppers, place cards, and more! Real all about this Mother’s Day tradition in my classroom and see more photos from the pack.