I know we’re not anywhere near Mother’s Day, but I wanted to share it with you while I had some time. I love those pages where kids write about their parents! They’re so sweet (and often hysterical!). I researched questions often found on these forms and made one with my favorite questions. Here you go:
Here’s a friendly letter template I put together recently. It would be perfect to use for Grandparents Day, Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. This could be nice final copy paper for your students’ letters. Or it could be for any letter… a thank you letter, a pen pal letter, you name it. It’s pretty basic. Enjoy!
My grandma used to help us make these when we were little. They’re awesome. I mean, how awkward is it to try and get hot toast out of the toaster? Problem solved with a clothes pin and 2 fat wooden craft sticks.
Just glue 2 sticks to the clothes pin (so that they can pinch together) and decorate with markers, paint, puffy paint, etc. Don’t use glitter (it comes off and lands in the toaster) or crayon (the wax melts). Here are some examples a 2nd grade class made: