Mothers often feel unappreciated; a Mother’s Day themed-storytime can draw in families of all types who want to celebrate their mother figures. Make Mother’s Day greeting cards and paper flowers, or have a free artwork time since that can also be a Mother’s Day gift from Parents.com.
Bauer, Marion Dane. MY MOTHER IS MINE. Animal mothers are shown taking care of their children, as a human child makes a Mother’s Day card.
French, Vivian. A PRESENT FOR MOM. Stanley can’t decide what to give his mother for Mother’s Day.
Grambling, Lois G. T. REX AND THE MOTHER’S DAY HUG. Instead of a gift, T. Rex wants to do something special for his mother on her special day.
Krensky, Stephen. MOTHER’S DAY SURPRISE. Violet the snake can’t figure out what to make her mother for Mother’s Day.
O’Connor, Jane. FANCY NANCY’S MARVELOUS MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH. Lift the flaps to see what Nancy is making for brunch!
Rockwell, Anne. MOTHER’S DAY. Mrs. Madoff asks her students to describe how they will celebrate Mother’s Day.
Sateren, Shelley S. MAX AND ZOE CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY. Zoe helps Max make breakfast for his mother.
Simpson, Martha. WHAT NOT TO GIVE YOUR MOM ON MOTHER’S DAY. A boy tries to figure out what would be an appropriate gift for his mother.
Soman, David. LADYBUG GIRL AND HER MAMA. Ladybug girl and her mother spend the day together, enjoying each other’s company.
Also see the previous Mother’s Day storytime ideas page from July 2003.