March 3, 2018

Mothers Day crafts – Mrs Mactivity Subscription

I love sourcing the internet for activities to print off for the kids at home, especially for my three year old W who started preschool in September last year so is really keen to learn, even at home!  Mrs Mactivity is a new website launched to offer an array of activity sheets, worksheets and a great selection of useful and beautiful learning resources for parents to use at home, as well as childminders and nurseries too for EYFS, KS1 and KS2.

Beautiful printouts for the children to colour for mothers day from Mrs Mactivity website

Mothers Day print outs from Mrs Mactivity

I try my best to complete themed activities at home.  Once a celebration is approaching, such as Christmas or Easter, I like to get the kids involved in sticker books, crafts or colouring as well as decorating the house to make it feel really themed!  As Mothers Day is nearly upon us (Hurrah!), I thought it would be great to do some Mothers Day activities at home with W.  She’s really into her coloured pens at the moment, so I thought it would be really fitting to do a Mother’s Day craft activity, involving her new pens!

The children are now colouring in their print outs from mrs Mactivity using lots of coloured felt tips

Getting stuck into their colouring of their Mothers Day bouquets


B really took his time colouring in all the flowers

Mrs Mactivity offers several celebratory crafts under their category section and it was easy to locate the Mothers Day colouring and craft sheets.  We chose this lovely print out of a Mother’s Day bouquet which we would colour, decorate and cut and fold to make the perfect bouquet!  I actually persuaded 7 year old B to get involved and I have to say I think he enjoyed it more!  He really took his time as I know he is super work proud and wanted it just right.  I even ended up colouring one in myself!

The children laughing together while enjoying their colouring

They both enjoyed this while off on a snow day from school!

The both had a lot of fun using all the pens to colour in the flowers and when W knew cutting was involved she was happy!  She was really pleased to have something she could give me too which I think children love as they feel special.  B being a little older wanted to keep it for himself!

A close up of the Mothers Day craft bouquet before it is assembled

A close up of Mother’s Day bouquet before it is assembled

Mrs Mactivity offers such a diverse array of craft activities and worksheets from themed and celebratory crafts, to writing skills, SEN and reading.  What is great is that you can sign up for FREE which will get you access to a limited range of hand drawn resources, their customer service and blog and will give any parent, childminder or nursery worker the access to browse their simple website to access the resources they need.  Alternatively, we can take a trial for £1.97 giving you access to 25 downloads, or £9.97 for full access.

All three Mothers Day craft bouquets are now finished thanks to Mrs Mactivity website

The finished products! The Mother’s Day craft bouquets thanks to the Mrs Mactivity website.

It’s a beautiful, bright website and I had lots of fun navigating my way around the different categories – there is loads to choose from and if you would like to check to any learning resources of craft ideas to do at home with your children, then click here.

Thank you to Mrs Mactivity for allowing me to access your fantastic learning resources in order for me to review your website and what it has to offer.

32 comments so far.

32 responses to “Mothers Day crafts – Mrs Mactivity Subscription”

  1. Jo bates says:

    Wow these are great!! Think I’ll be printing some off for my two!! X

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  3. Mrs Mactivity sounds like a great resource website. Lovely templates too x #AnythingGoes x

  4. Oh how wonderful! Great colouring – and look at their faces! This has made my day. Do let me know if you’d like anything made specifically for you too!

  5. Anything that encourages creativity is right up our street #TriumphantTales

  6. These look lovely and I am the same I like to get themed crafts on the go too. #Sharingthebloglove

  7. Love the sound of this website I’m off to have a look now! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub with this x

  8. Tubbs says:

    Those look great fun and everyone looks like they’re having a great time

  9. Emma T says:

    It’s nice that the whole family can enjoy the same activity #sharingthebloglove

  10. Oooh this sounds great. Looks like everyone had fun. My little girl would love it #TriumphantTales

  11. Jaki says:

    This sounds fab. Little Man is really into drawing and colouring at the moment so I will check it out. Thanks for sharing at #TriumphantTales.

  12. These are lovely, they did a great job. I love to do themed crafts with my girls too. Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

  13. Rachael says:

    I have seen these on Instagram and they look amazing! Mrs M does some wonderful bits, doesn’t she? 😀 #CoolMumClub

  14. These look great! Max is really into drawing at the moment, although he’s yet to learn to stay within the lines (or even do anything other than a huge scribble to be honest!) These look like a lovely activity once he’s mastered the basics 🙂 Thanks for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

  15. These look brilliant and what excellent colouring skills your children have. Perfect for a snow day as well. Thanks for linking up at #fortheloveofBLOG. Claire x

  16. Sarah says:

    This looks like a fantastic resource and something my three year old would really enjoy. I love the mother’s Day ideas. Thanks for linking this to #thursdayteam

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