Mother’s Day Crafts Preschool Tape Resist Activity
Are you looking for a fun and easy Mother’s Day craft you can try with your little one?
This craft for kids was a simple one and my girls super enjoyed it!
They loved coloring and removing the tape which was an excellent fine motor activity!
I’ll share what we used and how we went about this fun Mother’s Day Craft below.
Here are some Mother’s day crafts for kids you can also try:
Note: If you are looking for another fun Mother’s Day activity you can try? Check out this Mother’s Day Flower activity!
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Mothers day crafts for toddlers
Here are the steps we took to create this epic craft:
Use washi tape to create a word onto a cardstock paper sheet.
We chose the word, “MOM” but you can try “Grandma” or someone specials name.
Then, lay each of the sheets onto a tray or on top of a paper roll.
This is so that when your LO dots on the cardstock it wont get on your table.
We used dot markers but you can try acrylic paint with a fun tool like a sponge.
However you’d like to color over the tape will be fun 🙂
You can also add foam stickers to create fun shapes once removed.
Once you have finished coloring, painting, using dot markers remove the washi tape and foam stickers and watch as the words magically appear in white.
Looking for Easy DIY Mother’s Day gifts?
Here are some ideas for a differentiated set of ages:
Mother’s day crafts for Grandma
You can easily switch this up as well and use washi tape to create the word, “Grandma” or “Abuela” in spanish.
Then, once you have finished coloring and removing the tape you can fold the cardstock sheet in half.
This can become a beautiful card and keepsake for grandma.
Preschool Mother’s day Gifts
You can also turn these mothers day crafts into picture frames.
Add them to your littles room and talk about the colors they see.
Even while they are coloring and decorating their craft you can discuss the colors they are using.
We did this while my preschooler was coloring her Mothers day craft!
Are you looking for a Mothers day cards ideas for teachers?
You can fold the cardstock in half and create a card to gift to your teacher 🙂
Mother’s day craft ideas for Toddlers
Toddlers can enjoy this activity too!
Dot markers are wonderful and big enough for toddlers to grasp and press down on paper.
You can also try a pom pom being held by a clothespin.
Dip the pom pom into paint and paint away!
This is a wonderful way to create their Mother’s Day card.
Have you tried a fun tape resist activity before?
Note: Here is a tape resist activity we made for Easter and it includes a Free Easter egg printable if you’d like to check it out 🙂