Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful Mum’s around the world!
The celebration of Mother’s Day began in America in 1908 and was created by a lady named Anna Jarvis. She wanted a day where people could honor their Mother’s, and from there countries like Australia followed in their footsteps.
On Friday our class made Mother’s Day cards to give to all our caring, supportive and loving Mum’s. As the cards were pop up cards, we used our fine motor skills of cutting along with persistence and patience to create them. We tried our best with making our cards and wrote a beautiful poem inside especially for our Mum’s. We hope the Mother’s in Room 9 enjoy reading their cards today.
We hope that all the special Mother’s out there feel appreciated and loved today and every other day of the year!
Why is your Mother so special to you?
How are you celebrating Mother’s Day today?
If you could describe your Mum in one word, what would it be?