I’ll Love You Forever, I’ll Like You For Always
Let me just go cry in the corner and wipe my tears! Love You Forever By Robert Munsch seriously gets me every time. Why? Probably because it gets to the very rawness of motherhood in graceful rhyme.
It’s a beautiful book, and it’s no wonder why it’s on every nursery bookshelf. And so it has become inspiration for this month’s #CreativeReadoftheMonth in honor of Mother’s Day. So follow along for this very simple DIY Mother’s Day craft featuring colorable Mother’s Day Coupons + an “Love You Forever” Coloring Sheet + a “My Mommy” Worksheet for kids to say what they love about their mom.
DIY Mother’s Day Crafts
Taking inspiration from Love You Forever I’ve put together three DIY Mother’s Day crafts that can be put together in five minutes or less, depending on how colorful and creative your child wants to get. All you need is an email address, printer, scissors, stapler and some coloring material.
To really get the most out of our #CreativeReadoftheMonth crafts, I highly recommend reading the story before you begin. Not only does it let the imagination warm up, but it gives great incentive to get some literacy into their lives.
I also love this DIY Mother’s Day Craft because any age group can join in. Perfect for Pre-K classes and up or to try at home.
DIY Mother’s Day Coupons and More
First things first, click on the image below to get your free Mother’s Day printables! All you have to do is sign up for our newsletter which updates you on any blog posts, exclusive access to all future printables and other fun surprises. Feel free to opt out at any time, but I betcha your gonna want to stay! We have lots of fun in this creative community!
Next, print them off and get to work! Check out how we colored our DIY Mother’s Day Coupons + Colorable “Love You Forever” Printable.
you might also like René Magritte Kid’s Portrait Craft | #CreativeReadoftheMonth or our 3D Airplane Craft
The DIY Mother’s Day Coupons just need an extra bit of work by cutting them out and assembling after decorating. All you need is a slightly longer piece of construction paper to place at the back, fold over the excess to show on the front, and staple. You can also use a hole punch and string to assemble.
How cute did these turn out! And I’m sure you’ll get a kick out of your child’s answers for the “My Mommy” Worksheet. See if they know your favorite color, food and so much more! Including why YOU are so special to them.
Remember to follow me on Instagram and tag me @goldngrasses #CreativeReadoftheMonth so I can see all your creations!
#CreativeReadoftheMonth : “Love You Forever”
Written for the babies Robert and his wife lost at childbirth, there is no doubt that this story comes from the heart. Easily relatable, it’s no wonder adults were buying this children’s book for themselves and friends.
Written in the most delicate manner, it follows a mother and her son through age and the unmovable love between them. Sometimes the we have hard days, but the love of a mother surpasses all. I”ll Love You Forever, I’ll Like You for Always”…..
Robert Munsch is the bestselling, widely celebrated author of more than 50 books for children. “Love You Forever” is his internationally bestselling book with over 30 million copies sold.
looking for more Mother’s Day gifts? Check out Hello, Mum or One Thing This Mother’s Day . If your looking for more motherhood posts, make sure to check out How to Be a Three Year Old or One A Day Rule
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