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Free Printable Mother’s Day Coloring Cards

Free Printable Mother’s Day Coloring Cards

These Mother’s Day coloring cards are an easy and very cute idea for kids. Free printable and 3 different designs!

Kids love to tell parents how much they love them. If your kids are anything like my daughter, they spend hours drawing pictures, writing notes, and otherwise proclaiming how important family is to their universe. 

So, imagine how important Mother’s Day is for kids; especially younger kids. The problem is, most kids don’t have cash on hand to buy a present.. and they certainly don’t have the ability to go shopping or anything.

That is one of the reasons I love love love these printable Mother’s Day coloring cards!

Aren’t they sweet? There are three different designs for each day– so even if you have multiple kids, your kids can give Mom a unique gift that shows their love. 

The designs are really quite simple so even little kids can independently color the cards with crayons, colored pencils, or markers.

Another thing I love about these card designs is that they print out ready to be folded into an actual card. 

free printable mothers day coloring cards

Tips for printing the Mother’s Day Coloring cards:

It ultimately doesn’t matter what kind of paper you use, but if you want the cards to feel like an actual card, use high quality printing paper. I like this kind of paper.

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Just sign up for my newsletter (which is full of awesome goodness every week) and snag these coloring cards for FREE! (and as a subscriber you get immediate access to the entire FREE Printable Resource Library!). Then either before or after your kids color the card, fold the paper in half to make it into a card. Easy peasy chicken breezy. 

The Inside of the card

There are so many options for making the greeting on the inside of the card unique. Your kids could draw a picture if they are not writing yet. Or, if your kid is pre-writing or practicing writing, you could help them out with a few words and phrases. Some ideas to get you started include:

  • I love you!
  • You are the best Mom ever
  • You mean a lot to me!
  • These are the reasons I love you (and then help your kid list the reasons)
  • My favorite things about you are (and then help your kid list the reasons)

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