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.
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:
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!
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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.
How do you celebrate Mother’s Day in your classroom?