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Check out the Budget Home$chool Holiday Section! Here we have provided links to holiday trivia, themes, educational projects just for kids and so much more... You will find information on the history of Valentine's Day, arts and craft ideas for Christmas, helpful ideas on starting your own family traditions the children will not only remember but pass along to their own children.

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[Holidays]  [/Mother's Day]
    • Mothers Day Hand-Print Poemby Our Crafts-N-Things Ages: 2 - 8Here are some craft ideas for your toddlers to enjoy. Here are some of the igredients you will need: paint, ribbon, paper plates, glue, scissors, construction paper...Subjects: crafts, poems, ideas

    • Happy Mother's Day Ideasby The Holiday Spot Ages: 5 - 12Mother's Day is a relatively modern concept and quite different from Mothering Sunday, the occasion that began to be celebrated from the 16th century. Mothering Sunday did not begin as a celebration of motherhood...Subjects: poems, quotes, wallpapers, gifts, prayers

    • Free Mothers Day Printablesby All Free Printables Ages: 5 - 18Show that special someone how much you love them on mother's day. Make them a coupon book, card or a bookmark and they will love it.Subjects: coupons, cards, bookmarks, checklists, seedlings

    • Mother's Day Poems and Funny Storiesby Freebies and Stuff Ages: 8+Mom, I loved you yesterday, I love you tomorrow and everyday. You were there for me my first day of school, to hold my hand and give me courage to go.Subjects: poems, stories, fun

    • Mother's Days Craftsby kaboose Ages: 6 - 18Make Mother's Day extra special this year by creating special gifts and homemade Mother's Day cards! You can even make mom a special Mother's Day breakfast. Subjects: craft, cards, gifts, instructions, supplies

    • A Celebration In Honor of All Mothersby Holidays on the Net Ages: 5 - 18Mother's Day is a time of commemoration and celebration for Mom. It is a time of breakfast in bed, family gatherings, and crayon scribbled "I Love You's."Subjects: coloring, crafts, brunch, stepmoms, goodies

    • Printable Mother's Day Couponsby Sherri Osborn Ages: 8 - 16 Present mom with coupons to redeem for everything from a hug to weeding the garden and taking out the trash. You can even print out a blank coupon and make up your own, or, if you are brave, let mom make up her own. Subjects: printables, coupons, cards, projects, articles

    • Mother's Day Tradition Around the Worldby Gray Television Ages: 12+Mother's Day is celebrated in different ways around the world. Every year as May approaches, sons and daughters around the world plan on celebrating their mothers. Subjects: U.S., Australia, Canada, France, India, Ireland, Mexico

    • Mother's Day Crafts and Activities for Kidsby Danielle's Place Ages: 5 - 15This site is dedicated to teaching children through crafts and activities. You will find hundreds of inexpensive crafts and activities including complete Sunday school lessons and Bible-based lessons for Christian home schools.Subjects: clings, patterns, cards, stationery, cards

    • Mother's Day Songsby I Love India Ages: 5 - 18All through her life, she would pray for the goodwill of the people around her and would sacrifice everything for the sake of her children. The significant woman deserves appreciation and attention...Subjects: children, popular, christian, hindi, inspirational

    • Handprint Crafts with Poemby DLTK Ages: 2 - 6But every day I'm growing -I'll be grown some day And all those tiny handprints Will surely fade away.Subjects: poems, plaques, wreaths, handprints

    • History of Mother's Dayby Everything Mothers Day Ages: 10+You may think it was all started by Hallmark in an effort to sell cards, but that's not the case at all. Mother's Day dates back to the ancient Romans and made its way to the United States in the early 1900's and became a national holiday in 1914.Subjects: flowers, stories, traditions, ideas, mothering, kids

    • Mother’s Day Traditions: 10 Memorable Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Dayby Family Resource Ages: 10 - 18A mother's love is one of the most powerful forces in this world. Here are 10 ways to celebrate her love this Mother's Day... Get together with your family and friends and create handmade cards for your mom. Make sure to include a handwritten note.Subjects: memory jar, journal, letter writing, handprints, celebrate

    • Mother's Day Recipes Kids Can Makeby Jeanne Benedict Ages: 5 - 10Hey Moms, does this happen in your home a couple of days before Mother's Day? You'll round a corner to find the kids, and, possibly Dad or another grown-up, huddled and speaking in hushed tones. They see you and scramble! Subjects: recipes, ingredients, drinks

    • Mothers Day Recipesby I Love India Ages: 6 - 16 Even if she is hungry, Moms have always been happy to give us more than our share just to see that smile on our face. It's pay back time on Mothers Day.Subjects: pancakes, waffles, breakfast, brunch, cake, cookies

    • Printable Recipe Cardsby DLTK Ages: 7 - 12This recipe section contains simple printable recipe cards with pictures to help the kids (and dads) follow along. It also contains some ideas for making recipe card holders to make mom as a gift.Subjects: beverages, holders, coloring, crafts

    • A Field Trip for Mothers Dayby Everything Mothers Day Ages: 6 - 12If youíre a mom and looking for a nice way to spend Motherís Day for just you and your daughter, this is the perfect day to share with her one of your favorite activities or hobbies. It can be a hobby that you usually do alone or with friends...Subjects: gifts, crafts, hobbies, examples, exhibits