Tag Archives: Mother’s Day

I Love Mommy (Preschool) (Sunday School Lessons for Children)

Date

Class Scripture Theme
May 9m 2010 Preschool Proverbs 23:25 I Love Mommy

By Karleigh Neufeld

10 Little Things

 

These can be done in any order. You can use all of them, or a few of them depending on the attention span of the children that morning.

1. Free Time

Use this time to play with the kids and get to know them

2. Story Time

Find some good story books in the library to highlight the relationship between mother and child.

3. Activity: Game

From http://sunday-school-fun-zone,com/freelessons/mother’sday.html

Mother’s Day Activity – Rhyme with actions “Who Tucks Me In?”

4.  Song

To the tune of “B-I-N-G-O”

Do the actions for each letter – M is two arms making the shape of an M over your head, O is two hands making a circle over your head, Y is two arms outstretched beside your head

“There is a lady in our house and Mommy is her name-o

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y and mommy is her name-o

I love her, and she loves me and mommy is her name-o

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y and mommy is her name-o

I think my mom is the best and mommy is her name-o

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y and mommy is her name-o

5. Snacks

6. Bible Memory

“Teach me, O Lord, to follow your directions” Psalm 119:33

Have the kids walk the path marked with arrows made out of construction paper marked on the floor. Each arrow will be one word of the verse. Have the kids walk through the path saying each word as they go…they will need to be prompted as they can’t read or even speak that well sometimes! Just repeating it over and over is the most important. And continue this until they have lost interest.

7. Craft

Butterfly magnet clothespin

Materials:

  • Clothespins
  • white coffee filters with poem printed ont he sides where the wings are going to be
  • stickers
  • felt markers

Instructions:

Prewrite the names of each child on the back of the clothespins. There will already be a magnet onthe back so write it somewhere under that. Have the children colour the coffee filter with markers and decorate with stickers. Place the coffee filters in the clothespins by scrunching up the middle and sliding the coffee filter through until it reaches the middle and looks like a butterfly. The poem should show on the wings…

“Butterfly, butterfly, fly to my mother. Whisper so softly how much I love her!”

8. Prayer

Pray for the children

9. Colouring pages

Print out a little colouring sheet, or use a colouring sheet that turns into a book about mommy

10. Clean up together!

Thankfulness (Mother’s Day Theme- Gr. 2-3) (Free Sunday School Lessons for Children)

Date

Class

Scripture

Theme

May 9 — 2010

Grade 2-3

Proverbs 23:25 So give your parents joy!

And

Luke 17

Expressing gratitude to our parents

Prepared by: Teresa Klassen

1.         How Long Of A List? (8 minutes)

* Teachers, we need to treat this with sensitivity, because not every child has a relationship with his/her mom – or even their parents for that matter. So I have tried to word this in a way that is inclusive to all children.

Teacher: How old are you? (let kids call out their ages or pick a few to tell you how old they are). When you are 4 or 5 or 6 it means you need someone to take care of you right? You can do a lot of things for yourself, but you can’t do everything. That means that you need an adult or two to help you.  For a lot of you, that means you have a mom and dad who help you; some of you might be living with an Aunt or Uncle or Grandma or Grandpa who help you. Whoever those people are, they are working hard to help you as you grow up.

Have you ever thought about all the things they do to make your life awesome? I’ll bet it is a pretty long list. Let’s see how long of a list we can make of all the things they do for you!

Have the kids tell you all the things their parents/caregivers do for them, write them in big words on the paper provided and see how long you can make the list – to give them a visual of how fortunate they are.

Wow! That is a long list.  When someone does all these things for us, it makes us pretty happy doesn’t it?  But I wonder, can we do something back? Can you do something at your age – age 4 or 5 or 6 – to bring your mom or dad or aunt or Grandma joy?

The Bible says in the book of Proverbs, “So give your parents joy!”  I wonder how we can do that?

Well, one of the ways we can do that is by being very thankful. (Teacher, if you have kids you can also personalize this by saying, “I know for me, as a mom/dad, when my kids say ‘thank-you’ to me, it gives me a lot of joy.”)

2.         A Story About Being Thankful (5 minutes)

Teacher: I want to tell you a story from the Bible about 10 people who asked Jesus for something…

Read this story from the Bible provided — Luke 17:11-19

Questions: Jesus really did care for those men who were sick. How do you think it made him feel when 9 of them did not say thank you?

How do you think it made him feel when one did come back and say thank you?

When we show thanks to God for the good things He has done for us, it brings Him so much joy.

In the same way, when we say thank you to the people who are helping us as we grow up – that brings them lots of joy too!!

3.         Saying “Thank you” rocks! (Activity) (gratitude fills us up again) (8 minutes)

Teacher: See these rocks in here, they all have hearts on them.  On the outside of this bucket is a big heart. Let’s pretend that this heart is your mom’s heart…or if you are being raised by your auntie or Grandma, it is their heart.

Every time she does something for you, she gives you a little bit of herself.

So, thinking back to the list we just made of things she does for us during the day, why don’t you name something and then take a rock.

As kids name things….have them take a rock until the bucket is empty.  If you need some addition ideas, see the list below.

When she…

  1. 1. Gives you a hug, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  2. 2. Cooks you a meal, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  3. 3. Washes your clothes, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  4. 4. Tucks you in at night, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  5. 5. Takes care of you when you are sick, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  6. 6. Makes a meal for you, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  7. 7. Reads you a story, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  8. 8. Drives you to your friend’s house, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  9. 9. Throws you a birthday party, she is giving you a bit of her heart

10. Helps you clean your room, she is giving you a bit of her heart

11. Cleans up after you, she is giving you a bit of her heart

12. Listens to you tell a story, she is giving you a bit of her heart

13. Helps you with your school work, she is giving you a bit of her heart

14. Gives you ideas, she is giving you a bit of her heart

15. Fixes something of yours that is broken, she is giving you a bit of her heart

16. Plays a game with you, she is giving you a bit of her heart

17. Packs you a lunch, she is giving you a bit of her heart

18. Gives you a surprise gift, she is giving you a bit of her heart

19. Rubs your back, she is giving you a bit of her heart

20. Gives up doing something she’d like to do, so that you can have fun instead, she is giving you a bit of her heart

Now look….the bucket is empty isn’t it?

Sometimes when you give a lot to others, your heart can begin to feel a little bit like it needs filling up again.

One of the ways we can fill our special moms or aunties or Grandma’s hearts up with love and joy again is just by being really thankful for everything she does.  So now, I want you to come and put these rocks back in the bucket and as you do, say “thank you” to remind you that you should be saying this to her lots, and lots and lots.

Have the children do this.

When you go home today, if you want to take a rock home to remind you to say thanks to your moms/aunties/Grandma’s you can…and if they ask you what the rock is for, you can tell them it is to remind you to say thank you.

4.         I Want To Say Thank You (The Thank You cards) (15ish minutes)

Materials needed:

Items to make some thank you cards.  Have the kids write something on the inside. Then put them in a gift bag with some chocolates for their mom, tie the top with ribbon.

Teacher: Remember, the verse in proverbs says that children should give their parents joy. Today is a good day to so thank you to your parents and especially to your mom because it is Mother’s Day today. Not everyone has a mom living at home, so maybe a special lady in your life is an Auntie or a Grandma or a good friend who loves you so much. You can say thank you to them!

Today is a day to be thankful for that special lady in your life who is helping you to grow up in a good way.

I have a bunch of things you can use to decorate the front of the card. And then you can write something personal inside and put it in a gift bag with some chocolates for her.

Give the children time to make their cards and bags.

5.         Bible verse for this month

The Bible says that you as children should bring your parents joy!  We want to listen to the Bible’s instructions! Let’s see if you can remember the verse we learned last week. You can use these sheets on the wall to help remind you (they have cue cards on the wall…you will need to go over them a few times first)

Psalm 119:33: “Teach me, O Lord, to follow your instructions and I will keep them!”

6.         Time at the end – Pictionary

If you have time at the end, play pictionary with the kids.  You will have a list of cards of things parents do for us, things we can express thanks for.

7.         Prayer

Take the time to pray with the children and over them.

Clean Up!

Since our building is used for many different things, we need to make sure we clean up after ourselves. You can definitely have the kids help you do this near the end of the morning!!

  • Please use the BAG provided to put all the left-over items into it, and then you can leave your bag in the classroom.
  • Please pick up all the garbage and put it in the trash
  • If there are chairs or stools, please fold or stack them and put them away
  • Please turn the heat down (applicable for youth room and Gazebo) to 10 degrees
  • Please make sure any TVs/DVDs/Projectors are powered off
  • Please make sure all toys are put away

Thank you so very much!

Thankfulness (Mother’s Day Theme – Gr. 4+) (Free Sunday School Lessons for Children)

Date

Class

Scripture

Theme

May 9

2010

Grade 4+

Proverbs 23:25 So give your parents joy!

and Luke 17

Expressing gratitude to our parents

Prepared by: Teresa Klassen

1.         How Long Of A List? (8 minutes)

* Teachers, we need to treat this with sensitivity, because not every child has a relationship with his/her mom – or even their parents for that matter. So I have tried to word this in a way that is inclusive to all children.

Teacher: How old are you? (let kids call out their ages or pick a few to tell you how old they are). When you are 4 or 5 or 6 it means you need someone to take care of you right? You can do a lot of things for yourself, but you can’t do everything. That means that you need an adult or two to help you.  For a lot of you, that means you have a mom and dad who help you; some of you might be living with an Aunt or Uncle or Grandma or Grandpa who help you. Whoever those people are, they are working hard to help you as you grow up.

Have you ever thought about all the things they do to make your life awesome? I’ll bet it is a pretty long list. Let’s see how long of a list we can make of all the things they do for you!

Have the kids tell you all the things their parents/caregivers do for them, write them in big words on the paper provided and see how long you can make the list – to give them a visual of how fortunate they are.

Wow! That is a long list.  When someone does all these things for us, it makes us pretty happy doesn’t it?  But I wonder, can we do something back? Can you do something at your age – age 4 or 5 or 6 – to bring your mom or dad or aunt or Grandma joy?

The Bible says in the book of Proverbs, “So give your parents joy!”  I wonder how we can do that?

Well, one of the ways we can do that is by being very thankful. (Teacher, if you have kids you can also personalize this by saying, “I know for me, as a mom/dad, when my kids say ‘thank-you’ to me, it gives me a lot of joy.”)

2.         A Story About Being Thankful (5 minutes)

Teacher: I want to tell you a story from the Bible about 10 people who asked Jesus for something…

Read this story from the Bible provided — Luke 17:11-19

Questions: Jesus really did care for those men who were sick. How do you think it made him feel when 9 of them did not say thank you?

How do you think it made him feel when one did come back and say thank you?

When we show thanks to God for the good things He has done for us, it brings Him so much joy.

In the same way, when we say thank you to the people who are helping us as we grow up – that brings them lots of joy too!!

3.         Saying “Thank you” rocks! (Activity) (gratitude fills us up again) (8 minutes)

Teacher: See these rocks in here, they all have hearts on them.  On the outside of this bucket is a big heart. Let’s pretend that this heart is your mom’s heart…or if you are being raised by your auntie or Grandma, it is their heart.

Every time she does something for you, she gives you a little bit of herself.

So, thinking back to the list we just made of things she does for us during the day, why don’t you name something and then take a rock.

As kids name things….have them take a rock until the bucket is empty.  If you need some addition ideas, see the list below.

When she…

  1. 1. Gives you a hug, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  2. 2. Cooks you a meal, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  3. 3. Washes your clothes, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  4. 4. Tucks you in at night, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  5. 5. Takes care of you when you are sick, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  6. 6. Makes a meal for you, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  7. 7. Reads you a story, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  8. 8. Drives you to your friend’s house, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  9. 9. Throws you a birthday party, she is giving you a bit of her heart

10. Helps you clean your room, she is giving you a bit of her heart

11. Cleans up after you, she is giving you a bit of her heart

12. Listens to you tell a story, she is giving you a bit of her heart

13. Helps you with your school work, she is giving you a bit of her heart

14. Gives you ideas, she is giving you a bit of her heart

15. Fixes something of yours that is broken, she is giving you a bit of her heart

16. Plays a game with you, she is giving you a bit of her heart

17. Packs you a lunch, she is giving you a bit of her heart

18. Gives you a surprise gift, she is giving you a bit of her heart

19. Rubs your back, she is giving you a bit of her heart

20. Gives up doing something she’d like to do, so that you can have fun instead, she is giving you a bit of her heart

Now look….the bucket is empty isn’t it?

Sometimes when you give a lot to others, your heart can begin to feel a little bit like it needs filling up again.

One of the ways we can fill our special moms or aunties or Grandma’s hearts up with love and joy again is just by being really thankful for everything she does.  So now, I want you to come and put these rocks back in the bucket and as you do, say “thank you” to remind you that you should be saying this to her lots, and lots and lots.

Have the children do this.

When you go home today, if you want to take a rock home to remind you to say thanks to your moms/aunties/Grandma’s you can…and if they ask you what the rock is for, you can tell them it is to remind you to say thank you.

4.         I Want To Say Thank You (Thank You Cards) (15ish minutes)

Materials needed:

Items to make some thank you cards.  Have the kids write something on the inside. Then put them in a gift bag with some chocolates for their mom, tie the top with ribbon.

Teacher: Remember, the verse in proverbs says that children should give their parents joy. Today is a good day to so thank you to your parents and especially to your mom because it is Mother’s Day today. Not everyone has a mom living at home, so maybe a special lady in your life is an Auntie or a Grandma or a good friend who loves you so much. You can say thank you to them!

Today is a day to be thankful for that special lady in your life who is helping you to grow up in a good way.

I have a bunch of things you can use to decorate the front of the card. And then you can write something personal inside and put it in a gift bag with some chocolates for her.

Give the children time to make their cards and bags.

5.         Bible verse for this month

The Bible says that you as children should bring your parents joy!  We want to listen to the Bible’s instructions! Let’s see if you can remember the verse we learned last week. You can use these sheets on the wall to help remind you (they have cue cards on the wall…you will need to go over them a few times first)

Psalm 119:33: “Teach me, O Lord, to follow your instructions and I will keep them!”

6.         Time at the end – Pictionary

If you have time at the end, play pictionary with the kids.  You will have a list of cards of things parents do for us, things we can express thanks for.

7.         Prayer

Take the time to pray with the children and over them.

Clean Up!

Since our building is used for many different things, we need to make sure we clean up after ourselves. You can definitely have the kids help you do this near the end of the morning!!

  • Please use the BAG provided to put all the left-over items into it, and then you can leave your bag in the classroom.
  • Please pick up all the garbage and put it in the trash
  • If there are chairs or stools, please fold or stack them and put them away
  • Please turn the heat down (applicable for youth room and Gazebo) to 10 degrees
  • Please make sure any TVs/DVDs/Projectors are powered off
  • Please make sure all toys are put away

Thank you so very much!

Mother’s Day (Preschool) (Free Sunday School Lessons for Children)

Date Used

Class

Scripture

Theme

May 9

2010

Preschool

Proverbs 23:25 So give your parents joy!

Out of gratitude, kids ought to give back to their parents through obedience, service to them, love! This gladdens the heart of God.

Written/Prepared by: Karleigh Neufeld

10 Little Things

  • These can be done in any order
  • You might not get through all 10 things
  • Engage the children as much as you are able to (we gear the lessons for 3 year olds…so if you have children who are a little younger, they might just be ready to “listen in”)

Ten Little things to do: “I Love Mommy”

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Thankfulness (Mothers Day Theme – K-1) (Free Sunday School Lessons for Children)

Date

Class

Scripture

Theme

May 9 — 2010

K and 1

Proverbs 23:25 So give your parents joy!

Expressing gratitude to our parents

Prepared by: Teresa Klassen


1.         How Long Of A List? (8 minutes)

* Teachers, we need to treat this with sensitivity, because not every child has a relationship with his/her mom – or even their parents for that matter. So I have tried to word this in a way that is inclusive to all children.

Teacher: How old are you? (let kids call out their ages or pick a few to tell you how old they are). When you are 4 or 5 or 6 it means you need someone to take care of you right? You can do a lot of things for yourself, but you can’t do everything. That means that you need an adult or two to help you.  For a lot of you, that means you have a mom and dad who help you; some of you might be living with an Aunt or Uncle or Grandma or Grandpa who help you. Whoever those people are, they are working hard to help you as you grow up.

Have you ever thought about all the things they do to make your life awesome? I’ll bet it is a pretty long list. Let’s see how long of a list we can make of all the things they do for you!

Have the kids tell you all the things their parents/caregivers do for them, write them in big words on the paper provided and see how long you can make the list – to give them a visual of how fortunate they are.

Wow! That is a long list.  When someone does all these things for us, it makes us pretty happy doesn’t it?  But I wonder, can we do something back? Can you do something at your age – age 4 or 5 or 6 – to bring your mom or dad or aunt or Grandma joy?

The Bible says in the book of Proverbs, “So give your parents joy!”  I wonder how we can do that?

Well, one of the ways we can do that is by being very thankful. (Teacher, if you have kids you can also personalize this by saying, “I know for me, as a mom/dad, when my kids say ‘thank-you’ to me, it gives me a lot of joy.”)

2.         A Story About Being Thankful (5 minutes)

Teacher: I want to tell you a story from the Bible about 10 people who asked Jesus for something…

Use the flashcards to tell the story of the 10 lepers.

Questions: Jesus really did care for those men who were sick. How do you think it made him feel when 9 of them did not say thank you?

How do you think it made him feel when one did come back and say thank you?

When we show thanks to God for the good things He has done for us, it brings Him so much joy.

In the same way, when we say thank you to the people who are helping us as we grow up – that brings them lots of joy too!!

3.         Saying “Thank you” rocks! (Activity) (gratitude fills us up again) (8 minutes)

Teacher: See these rocks in here, they all have hearts on them.  On the outside of this bucket is a big heart. Let’s pretend that this heart is your mom’s heart…or if you are being raised by your auntie or Grandma, it is their heart.

Every time she does something for you, she gives you a little bit of herself.  I am going to show you this and I am going to give you one of these rocks to hold. But you must hold it nicely and quietly in your hand because you are going to do something with it in a minute.

(as you say each thing, give one of the rocks to one of the children)

When she…

  1. Gives you a hug, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  2. Cooks you a meal, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  3. Washes your clothes, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  4. Tucks you in at night, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  5. Takes care of you when you are sick, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  6. Makes a meal for you, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  7. Reads you a story, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  8. Drives you to your friend’s house, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  9. Throws you a birthday party, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  10. Helps you clean your room, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  11. Cleans up after you, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  12. Listens to you tell a story, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  13. Helps you with your school work, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  14. Gives you ideas, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  15. Fixes something of yours that is broken, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  16. Plays a game with you, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  17. Packs you a lunch, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  18. Gives you a surprise gift, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  19. Rubs your back, she is giving you a bit of her heart
  20. Gives up doing something she’d like to do, so that you can have fun instead, she is giving you a bit of her heart

Now look….the bucket is empty isn’t it?

Sometimes when you give a lot to others, your heart can begin to feel a little bit like it needs filling up again.

One of the ways we can fill our special moms or aunties or Grandma’s hearts up with love and joy again is just by being really thankful for everything she does.  So now, I want you to come and put these rocks back in the bucket and as you do, say “thank you” to remind you that you should be saying this to her lots, and lots and lots.

Have the children do this.

When you go home today, if you want to take a rock home to remind you to say thanks to your moms/aunties/Grandma’s you can…and if they ask you what the rock is for, you can tell them it is to remind you to say thank you.

4.         I Want To Say Thank You (The Thank You Book) (15ish minutes)

* Artwork for this activity can be found on this site. Link to “Mother’s Day Book” from boys and “Mother’s Day Book” from girls.

Materials needed:

Little books with about 8 pages. Pages should be a little bigger than the pictures they glue into them. Front cover should say “To________” and “Thank you for…” and the back cover should say “I wanted to bring you some joy today by saying thank you for all you do for me!” and then “From_____”. Also, have some little clear gift bags, ribbon and a few chocolates. When the kids are done these things can go in the bag for their moms. And Tie the top with the ribbon)

Teacher: Remember, the verse in proverbs says that children should give their parents joy. Today is a good day to so thank you to your parents and especially to your mom because it is Mother’s Day today. Not everyone has a mom living at home, so maybe a special lady in your life is an Auntie or a Grandma or a good friend who loves you so much. You can say thank you to them!

Today is a day to be thankful for that special lady in your life who is helping you to grow up in a good way.

We have some little books (show them the book). On the front it says “To________” and there is where you can print mom or another name. And then the title says “Thank You for…”

Then we have all these little pages you can glue into your book. You pick the ones you are most thankful for. You won’t be able to pick all the pictures, there are more pictures than pages. So pick the ones that show things that are done for you that you are most thankful for.

Then on the back page it says, “I wanted to bring you some joy today by saying thank you for all you do for me!” you can write your name on the line, or we can help you if you need it.

Give the children time to make their little books and then have them put them in the gift bags and tie with the ribbon.

5.         Bible verse for this month

The Bible says that you as children should bring your parents joy!  We want to listen to the Bible’s instructions! Let’s see if you can remember the verse we learned last week. You can use these sheets on the wall to help remind you (they have cue cards on the wall…you will need to go over them a few times first)

Psalm 119:33: “Teach me, O Lord, to follow your instructions and I will keep them!”

6.         Prayer and Free-Time

Take the time to pray with the children and over them.

If the weather is nice, let them enjoy the yard (please make sure you have someone supervising) but make sure they clean up before they leave the yard. If children are inside as well you will need someone inside and outside.

Clean Up!

Since our building is used for many different things, we need to make sure we clean up after ourselves. You can definitely have the kids help you do this near the end of the morning!!

  • Please use the BAG provided to put all the left-over items into it, and then you can leave your bag in the classroom.
  • Please pick up all the garbage and put it in the trash
  • If there are chairs or stools, please fold or stack them and put them away
  • Please turn the heat down (applicable for youth room and Gazebo) to 10 degrees
  • Please make sure any TVs/DVDs/Projectors are powered off
  • Please make sure all toys are put away

Thank you so very much!

Mother’s Day – Book for mom (from a girl) (Free Sunday School Activity)

Drawings by: Teresa Klassen

These drawings go with the Mother’s Day Lesson (May 2010) on “Thankfulness”

Use: You may use and make copies, but these may not be published or sold.

  • These images go along with a Mother’s Day Activity:
  • These are the image files to be used for a “Girls Book” to her mom. These images can be copied and pasted if you RIGHT CLICK on the image
  • If you would like a  PDF download for a full sheet of the image (4 squares per sheet) then LEFT CLICK on the image and a PDF will come up for you to print off.
  • Please see the post “Mothers’ Day – Book for Mom (from a Boy)” for drawings for boys

She listens

She makes good food for me

Book Cover (girl's) (Insert the name "Mom" or "Grandma" or "Auntie" or whatever is appropriate to that child's situation)

She prays for me

She drives

Back Cover

She hugs

Mother’s Day – Book For Mom (from a Boy) (Free Sunday School Activity)

Drawings by: Teresa Klassen

These drawings go with the Mother’s Day Lesson (May 2010) on “Thankfulness”

Use: You may use and make copies, but these may not be published or sold.

  • These images go along with a Mother’s Day Activity:
  • These are the image files to be used for a “Boys Book” to his mom. These images can be copied and pasted if you RIGHT CLICK on the image
  • If you would like a  PDF download for a full sheet of the image (4 squares per sheet) then LEFT CLICK on the image and a PDF will come up for you to print off.
  • Please see the post “Mothers’ Day – Book for Mom (from a Girl)” for drawings for girls

Back Cover

Front Cover (Insert word "Mom" or "Grandma" or "Auntie" depending on the child's situation)

She drives

She makes great food

She gives great hugs

She listens to me

She takes care of me when I am sick

She prays for me