3 Mother’s Day craft ideas to engage your child with autism and produce a wonderful piece of children’s art that you can treasure forever!
This is such a simple Mother’s Day craft. It is perfect for little ones who may have trouble concentrating for longer periods of time or on activities with several steps. Just cut and glue and you’re done. So quick, easy and pretty. Perfect!
This is the sweetest little pipe cleaner flowers craft for Mother’s Day. Guiding your child to bend the pipe cleaners and glue the buttons is also a great way to build your child’s fine motor skills. Strong fine motor skills are crucial to be able to play with toys appropriately, write, tie shoes and live independently. You could also work on naming and identifying different colors while enjoying this craft with your child.
This Mother’s Day craft is so adorable. I love the little fireflies! One of my favorite personal memories is chasing fireflies during Summer evenings when I was a child and this children’s craft remind me of those wonderful times…
This is a great craft for kids who love sensory activities. They can touch the paint and create the little fingerprints on the card. For a child who is learning to tye shoe laces, making the little bow will be great practice. You can write in the little text or ask your child to write it if he or she can write or is learning to write.
What is your favorite Mother’s Day memory? I would love to hear about it! Do you have Mother’s Day craft ideas to share with us? I hope you feel loved and cherished on Mother’s Day and EVERY day! ♥
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