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.
Throughout the week our class made glass vases out of jars. Early in the week everyone bought in a photo of their family. We then used glue to stick the photo on the front of our jars. We then used paint to paint the rest of the jar. We also created paper bouquets to place inside the jars and a small card that we attached to our vases. Everyone tried super hard and really thought about what our mum’s favourite colour would be to paint the jar. We hope the Mother’s in Room 10 love their glass vase and small card.
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 did you celebrate Mother’s Day this year?