If you have children, no matter their age, you can still get them involved in creating meaningful Mother’s Day gifts. Some of the best gifts are not those that come with a high price tag. They are, in fact, the sentimental gifts that mum will treasure for years to come. Here are some great gift ideas for your children to make.

Home made gifts

Home made cards with handwritten messages are such sentimental gifts. Even if your child does not yet know how to write, you can ask them what they would like to say. You can then write it on a piece of paper and have them copy what you have written into a card. They can decorate the card as they please. If your child is still a baby, you can write a special message and decorate the card with their hand print. Older children can make a decorative vase. They can print pictures out and glue them to the vase. Decoupage is a great technique that will preserve this design for years to come.

Fresh picked flowers

If you have fresh blooms growing in your garden or in your neighbourhood, you can take your child or children for a little walk to pick some flowers for mum. Place these blooms in a vase and you have one of the most meaningful yet inexpensive Mother’s Day gifts of all. You can even let your children tell mum all about their adventure seeking the best blooms just for her.

Get cooking

Older children may like to give you a hand in the kitchen preparing the perfect feast. Breakfast in bed is always one of the top Mother’s Day gifts, You can have your children help you butter her toast, flip some pancakes and arrange everything perfectly on a tray just for her.

There are always ways in which you can get your children involved when it comes to Mother’s Day gifts. There are so many ideas that suit various ages so you can take your pick according to your child’s abilities. Even if these crafts are too difficult, you can always help them step by step.