I don’t know how this crept up on me, but Mother’s Day is coming up soon! In anticipation of Mother’s Day, I’m sharing a sweet set of free printable Mother’s Day seed packets. I even have a great idea for a homemade Mother’s Day project for kids for these to go along with!
These printable Mother’s Day seed packets will be an especially great addition to a classroom (such as at school or Sunday school) or group activity or craft for Mother’s Day that has a gardening or outdoor theme.
In particular, I think a great full activity to do with a group of children would be purchase a large number of small terra cotta pots (or other inexpensive pots that are easy to paint on), and then have each child decorate the pot however they want for their mom as a Mother’s Day gift. Then simply print up the printable Mother’s Day seed packets and fill them with some flower seeds. Children can then put that packet and a homemade card or picture inside the pot.
As a bonus for teachers or group leaders, just including flower seeds in these printable Mother’s Day seed packets along with a card or picture inside the pot means that not only will you have not have to spend even more money beyond the cost of the pots to buy soil and flowers, but then you just don’t have the extreme mess that can sometimes come from dealing with all that potting soil.
This is a free download that does not require you to opt in to a mailing list or do anything else. They’re just my gift to you. (There is a link a little farther down to download them.) You may use them for your own personal use, including using them in a classroom or group setting.
You may not use these seed packets for any commercial use.
While I would love for you to share the printable Mother’s Day Seed Packets with others, you may not host them on your own site or in any kind of sharing group online. Please just direct people back to this post where they can click the download link or the small picture below themselves to grab them. Thanks!
(If you have any clarity issues with the printable after the download, your web browser’s PDF viewer may be the problem. You can read my suggestions for how to deal with that here.)