Here are 10 Mothers Day writing prompts you can use to ring in the holiday with your classroom or your own personal journal. If you enjoyed these prompts, buy the entire collection of 1,000 Writing Prompts for Holidays on Amazon.
What do you think is the most special gift you could ever give your mother for
Mother's Day? How do you think she would react when you gave it to her?
What are some of the qualities that make up an awesome mom? Why do you think
those qualities are so important to being the best mother possible?
You and your friends have come together to create a scrumptious Mother's Day
brunch for all of your moms. What foods do you serve at this mom festival? Is
the meal as good as your mother's cooking? Why or why not?
Would you describe being a mom as a hard job or an easy job? Would you ever
want to take on your mom's responsibilities for a week or two? Why or why not?
While it's nice to have a holiday for our moms, there are things we can do
every day to make our moms' lives easier. What are a few things you can do to
help to make your mom happier?
Create a made-up story using the following words: breakfast, hug, dishes, and
What does your mom do for a living? Have you ever been to where your mom works?
What were some of the reactions from your mom's co-workers when you visited?
One of the things moms do best is give nicknames. What are some of the
nicknames your mom has given you over the years? How and why do you think she
came up with them?
Imagine that your mom and all the other moms on your block were actually aliens
pretending to be humans! What planet would your mom be from and would she have
any secret alien powers?
800. Who are some of your mom's best friends in
the world? What kinds of activities do they do together? Why do you think your
mom gets along with her friends so well?
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