Celebrate the mothers and mother-figures in your life with these delightful and heartwarming Mother’s Day writing prompts.
This assortment of Mother’s Day writing prompts offers students a framework from which to express appreciation plus gratitude to the women in their lives who support and love them.
What’s more, these writing prompts for Mother’s Day help students express their thoughts, sharpen writing skills, and motivate even the most reluctant of writers.
So include a few of these fun Mother’s Day writing prompts into your writer’s workshop lesson plans this week.
What is a Good Topic For Mother’s Day?
A good topic for Mother’s Day is one that focuses on appreciation, love, support, and gratitude for moms.
Ideas include desired gifts, special activities, favorite memories, lessons she taught you, sweet poem, special Mother’s Day dinner, surprises, vacation ideas, and a letter of thanks.
Mother’s Day Writing Prompts
Following you will find a collection of engaging Mother’s Day writing prompts for students of all ages.
Mother’s Day Writing Prompts for Kindergarten and 1st Grade
For younger students, consider doing a Mother’s Day craft and writing activity using these prompts.
- To me, Mother’s Day means…
- My mom helps me with…
- When I think of my mom, I feel…
- The perfect gift to give mom for Mother’s Day is _____ because _____.
- My mom is special because…
- Here’s a special message to my mom…
- I can thank my mom by…
- A good mother should always…
- The most important lesson my mom ever taught me…
- Using all 5 senses, describe your mom.
Mother’s Day Writing Ideas 2nd Grade and Up
- Mother’s Day is important because…
- Explain why you’re thankful for your mom.
- Describe your mother.
- Draft a beautiful Mother’s Day poem.
- My favorite Mother’s Day writing idea is _____ because _____.
- Write the characteristics of your mom.
- If I had a choice, my mom and I would do these activities together on Mother’s Day…
- Describe the happiest memory with your father.
- If your mom were a superhero, what superpowers would she have? How would she use those powers for good?
- My favorite Mother’s Day memory is _____ because _____.
- The best thing about my mom is…
- Do you have a favorite aunt or other mother-figure? Write a story about why you love this person.
- What is your mom’s superpower? Why do you think so?
- Tell about one thing your mom is really good at solving or doing.
- What is one memory that you have of your mom that makes you laugh?
- On Mother’s Day, I want my mom to know…
- Write a fictional story about your mom’s childhood.
- The perfect Mother’s Day would be like…
More Mother’s Day Topics
- Share one or two things that you really admire about your mom.
- In your opinion, what qualities make a great mom?
- Describe what you think would be the best gift to give your mom on Mother’s Day.
- If your mom were to receive a special award, what would it be and why?
- Describe the similarities and differences between a mother, aunt, grandma, and sister.
- Write a combination of metaphors and similes that describe your mom. See examples of metaphors and similes.
- What are your plans for Mother’s Day?
- Share the funniest memory you have with your mom.
- List all the words (2-letter, 3-letter, 4-letter, and 5-letter) that you can make using the letters from the word mother.
- Tell about a time your mom gave you sound advice or taught you an important lesson.
- Why do you think Mother’s Day is celebrated annually?
- Explain Mother’s Day to someone who may not be familiar with the holiday.
- M.O.T.H.E.R – Create an acrostic poem using the word mother.
- What are some things that you’d like to do with your mother when you’re older?
- Describe the earliest memory you have with your mother.
- Tell about any traditions you and your family participates in on Mother’s Day.
- In your opinion, which is better to give mom on Mother’s Day: a homemade gift or a store-bought gift? Explain your thinking.
- What’s the most exciting memory that you have with your dad?
- Plan a special Mother’s Day dinner, lunch, or breakfast. What’s on the menu? Who will be invited? What gifts and/or activities will be included?
- Describe the relationship with your grandmother.
- What do you think is the hardest part about being a mom? The easiest? Explain your thinking.
- In two to three paragraphs, write about the 3 best things about your mom.
- Plan a day for mom! What special activities will the family do?
- Brainstorm a social media hashtag for Mother’s Day. What ideas, events, adventures, activities will your hashtag be known for?
- What’s the worst gift you could give your mom on Mother’s Day?
- How does your mom help you to be the best person that you can be?
- Write about all the responsibilities your mom has to do in a week’s time.
- Create any story you’d like about your mom. Your writing piece can be a comedy, mystery, fantasy, tall tale, poetry, comic, persuasive, informative, etc.
Letters to My Mom Prompts
Letter writing can be beautifully personal, and mothers will be so touched to receive a letter from their child.
Use these Dear Mom Letter Prompts to get students’ writing juices flowing.
- Write a letter to your mother sharing how much you appreciate everything she does for you.
- Dear mom, I was looking at this picture of you. What I love about it is…
- Write a letter to your mom telling how much you love her.
- Dear mom, Here’s how much you mean to me…
- Write a letter convincing your mom to do a new fun activity on Mother’s Day.
- Dear mom, I am so thankful for you because…
- Mom, I have always wanted to tell you that…
- Dear mom, My favorite memory of us having fun together is when…
- Mom, You teaching me how to _____ has impacted my life so much because…
- Dear mom, When I am older, here are some things I want us to do together…
- Mom, I always think of you when I am…
- Dear mom, You are absolutely incredible because…
Now you have a ready-supply of Mother’s Day writing prompts that celebrate mothers from all different walks of life.
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