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Here is a great Mother's Day activity to do with your kids. Every kid wants to give flowers to their mom, especially on Mother’s Day. Here is a cheap & easy way for toddlers, preschoolers and elementary school kids to give their mom flowers. This is not only a fun activity for kids, but they will also learn about “how plants grow” and how to “tend to their flowers” each day.

Mother's Day Flowers - An Easy Kid's Craft Gift Idea for Mom

Christmas present from the little man? 2014 crafts DIY new photo

DIY Personalized Candle - The Frugal Female

Cute Grandkids Sign for a Grammy!!

Teacher Appreciation Week Round Up - * THE COUNTRY CHIC COTTAGE (DIY, Home Decor, Crafts, Farmhouse)

Teacher survival kit... back to school idea. This would make a great gift for some of my first year teacher friends!

Triple Nap: Teacher Survival Kits

Teacher gift for the beginning of the year

The Meldrim Family: Little something for the teachers

Mother's Day heart with hands gift.

A Marketplace for Social Good: Shop DoGoodBuyUs - great picks for #MothersDay

25 DIY Teacher Gifts - Thoughtful ways to thank the special people that do so much for our kids. #school #kids #teachers #DIY #crafts

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{free printable tea tag}

Flower handprints! I will have to do this for my m

15 Handprint Mothers Day Crafts

Lovely Tea Cup & Saucer perfect for Mother's Day.

For This Child I Have Prayed Frame, Mardel

Perfect way to pack an individual cupcake: in a clear cup with a clear bag & tied with a ribbon. Brilliant!

Turn your ultrasound into art work for your baby room. (cute way to tell family you're having a baby! Give them this for Christmas instead of the black and white pic!)

Wedding gift idea

candy & gift for the hard-to-buy-for teen.

This will be a perfect Christmas gift to make for my mother. I can put pictures of all 10 of her grand kids around it!

40 gifts bouquets (works for any age)

I will def make one for my mom!

Purchase a new Bible a year before your childs event—perhaps their 16th birthday or high school graduation. Then, take a year to read through it with a Bible reading plan making notations in the margin written specifically to your child. Make comments about the verse’s special significance. Mention how you’ve seen a truth of scripture lived out in their life. Warn them of pitfalls. Encourage them with favorite verses underlined. Then, on their big day, wrap it up and give it to them as a gift.

I Teach...What's Your Superpower Teacher Appreciation 16oz Personalized Acrylic Tumbler----sooooo cute!