Mother's Day Mad Libs

May 12th is Mother's Day. There is value in using some class time to support your students to complete an activity that will serve as a gift for their mothers. This activity is short and fun, and because of how it was designed, makes a thoughtful gift. As an added bonus, you can also use this Mother's Day activity to support your students to identify parts of speech, while creating a Mother's Day gift for their moms. A teaching tip is to print out extra copies. Some of your students may have stepmothers or want to give the gift to a caretaker that isn't their mother. This is a great opportunity to support students to see that there are many different types of families and caretakers.
Updated on: April 22, 2019
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