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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading For Fun Worksheet: Mother's Day

Updated: Sep 22, 2019

Not only is May the time to enjoy the flowers those April showers brought about, but it's the time of year to appreciate mothers.

So to all the mothers out there, here is a resounding: HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY.

And also a wonderful worksheet that not only celebrates a book that was just read, but also those hardworking, loving mothers.

To read more, continue below:



Starting at the top, there are spaces for the book's title and author name.

But under that, it gets more fun. A giant 'Happy Mother's Day' banner with a few flowers sprinkled in gives this worksheet a wonderful spring-time mood. Everything is in bubble-letters or outlines so if anyone is feeling a bit creative...or shall we say colorful...there's no stopping the fun.

Next comes the boxes:

The first being a box for kids to tell three great things their mom does. Moms do so many great things for their kids—no matter how old their kids get, too. I thought this was the perfect place to bring to mind some of those great things and record it to look back on.

Alongside that is another box asking if there was a mom in the book. Perhaps the main character's mom? Or a different character's? Perhaps one of the characters is a mom. With Mother's Day on our minds, it's a great thing to think about and record about the book.

And since no one can beat our own moms, particularly their sage advice, the next box asks what advice the reader's mom might give the main character. What a great way to not only think about the character in the book and what they might need to hear but to also for kids to think about all the advice they've gotten from their moms and think of something to help.

And the final box keeps the fun going by asking to list three fun things that happened in the book.

Winding the worksheet up is space for a summary of the book and five stars to color in how much the book was (or wasn't) liked. Wonderful things to have in a collection of worksheets to look back on and remember all about the accomplishment of reading the book.

And there you have it! Check out links below to print and see all my other worksheets. They are all free to use, so enjoy!

I hope everyone has a wonderful Mother's Day!

Happy Reading!


Disclaimer: These are just my thoughts and opinions to be taken in a non-professional manner. All worksheets on my site are free to use.

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