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Planning the Perfect Mother’s Day Tea Party

Spring is here and I am in planning mode for one of my favorite days as a kindergarten teacher: our  annual Mother’s Day Tea Party. This event is a HUGE tradition at my school. The kindergarten students have thrown a tea party to celebrate Mother’s Day for many years and the Moms always rave that this is one of the most treasured days of their child’s time at the school.

This year’s tea party will be the fifth one I have co-organized and it will be nothing short of AMAZING! I created the Mother’s Day Tea Party Printable Pack especially for the occasion. This set of coordinated party printables adds such a sweet and festive flair to the event. From invitations and RSVP cards, to cupcake toppers, labels, and pennant banners; this set includes every printable good you may need to throw a spectacular (and SIMPLE) classroom party to celebrate the moms of your students.

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I am so unbelievably excited for this year’s tea party! We always make the event as special and heartfelt as possible, but our new coordinating party printables will really make the moms feel every bit as wonderful as the children know they are. The Mother’s Day Tea Party Printable Pack is an editable PowerPoint file (Yes, PowerPoint!) and is editable. Customizing the materials is easy. Simply add a text box, type, and format the text as desired. So easy!  The Mother’s Day Tea Party Printable Pack includes all of the following:


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You can purchase the Mother’s Day Tea Party Printable Pack for $8 in my store on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Interactive Sight Word Readers for Mother’s Day

Want to get into the excitement of Mother’s Day without sacrificing valuable instructional time? My newest Interactive Sight Word Readers are the perfect solution! Students can work on sight words with these simple emergent readers and get excited about their wonderful mothers in the process. The best part? Each book sells for only $1!
Shop Interactive Readers on Teachers Pay Teachers

Mother’s Day Art Project

Need more ideas to help you plan and prepare your Mother’s Day Tea Party? Read how to make an adorable handprint art bouquet.
adorable handprint bouquet art project
How do you celebrate Mother’s Day in your classroom?

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Maria Gavin

Maria is a former kindergarten and first grade teacher, with 13 years of teaching experience. Her love and passion for all things early childhood is now fulfilled as a mom to two amazing kids. She loves sharing practical and creative tips and ideas that are perfect for young learners – in the classroom or at home!

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    1. Awww, thank you! I went on hiatus while I got everything prepped and in order for my upcoming presentation for the Teachers Notebook Spring Teaching Tips event. Rest assured, I am back and I have a TON of ideas that I can’t wait to share!

  1. Hi!

    I so LOVE the look of your printable pack. Before I order it I do have one question: can the wording be changed? Can I customize it so that it is french?

    Thanks for lette me know

    1. Hi Danielle, I’m so happy you love the pack! it is completely editable, so you can type any text that you would like on the pieces for the set to make them your own. if you are able to type in French, it will work for you!

  2. I love your idea! Thank you for sharing! I want to try it out this year, but am wondering what to do if a student doesn’t have a mom or grandma, or if his/her mom can’t make it to the party. I don’t want anyone’s feelings hurt.

    1. In those cases, we still call it a Mother’s Day tea (since that’s the name of a holiday) but the student can ask any special woman in their lives to come as a guest.

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Hi, I'm Maria.

I’m a former kindergarten teacher turned work-from-home mom. I still love sharing ideas and resources to make teaching easier, so you can focus on what really matters in the classroom. When I’m not working on the blog, you’ll find me chasing kids around the house with a cold cup of coffee in my hand (some things never change even once you’re out of the classroom!)


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