Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with heartfelt poetry from your little one? Encouraging your preschooler to express their love through poetry is not only a wonderful bonding experience but also a great way to develop their language and creativity. Here are three simple yet sweet Mother’s Day poem ideas that your preschooler can recite, write in a card, or use as inspiration for their own unique creation.
Mothers Day Poems Preschool Craft Ideas
1. “My Mommy Is”
This short and sweet poem allows your preschooler to describe their mom using simple adjectives. It’s easy to memorize and recite, making it perfect for a Mother’s Day surprise.
My mommy is pretty,
My mommy is kind,
My mommy is loving,
My mommy is mine!
Her hugs are so warm,
Her smile is so bright,
My mommy’s the best,
Day and night!
2. “Handprint Heart”
This poem is ideal for pairing with a handprint craft that your preschooler can make as a keepsake for mom. Trace their hand on construction paper, cut it out, and glue it to a card with this poem inside.
Here is my hand,
To show you I care,
A heart that we share,
Forever, I swear.
I’ll grow big and tall,
But my love will stay true,
For you are my mommy,
And I’ll always love you!
3. “A Mother’s Love”
Inspire your preschooler to think about the special bond between a mother and her child with this simple poem. It’s easy to understand and recite, making it a great choice for a young poet.
A mother's love is like the sun,
Warming hearts and bringing fun,
A gentle touch and a sweet embrace,
A loving smile on her face. A mother's love is strong and true,
I'm so grateful, Mom, for you!
Mothers Day Craft Ideas
These three adorable Mother’s Day poems are the perfect way for your preschooler to express their love and appreciation for their mom. Encourage your little one to practice reciting the poem they like best or help them come up with their own words to describe their special bond.
After all, there’s nothing quite like a heartfelt message from a child to make a mother’s heart swell with love and pride. Happy Mother’s Day!
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