A couple of years ago I was T.I.R.E.D. of
doing the same old, boring
Day gifts!! We did the cookbooks, the coupon books, the handprint crafts…you
name it. But, what really happens to those things when they get home??
something that REALLY
meant something. Something that they would carry with them forever.
Mother’s Day Spa Day. I thought this was SUCH a cute idea!!! So, I put together
It’s a bundle of ideas, printables,
decorations, recipes and ideas to make your Mommy Spa a HUGE success!!!
we had last year!!! The kids LOVED pampering their Moms and their Moms LOVED
EVERY. SINGLE. MINUTE. of it!!! Just look at their faces in these pictures!!
includes a Survey that they fill out together about special “Mommy and
Me” things. And, when they’re done with that….photo booth time!! 🙂
Throw in some face masks, massagers and back scratchers (Dollar Tree!!!!) and
let the kids go to town!!
enjoyed some reading material and tasty snacks….fingernail polish shaped
cookies, cucumber sandwiches and Fancy drinks!!…(Hello, look at those FANCY plastic glasses from Dollar Tree!!! Ha!)
I even taught my Kinders how
to gently massage Mom’s temples as she relaxed in her facial!!
She just “relaxed” while her boy caked her face!! Hahahaha!!
Look at the top picture with his tongue sticking out!!! He’s working sooooo hard
to pamper his Mama!!! So
do all of the stations that I included in the packet. We also had to combine the
into one…but, it worked out perfectly!!! The kids LOVED putting the hair extensions in their
Mom’s hair!! (Dollar Tree, of course!)
I CANNOT wait to do it again this year! It was just so much fun!! And, great
quality time! Just the Mom and the Kinder…no siblings or anyone else. They
just got to focus on each other for that time. It was a really special day. One
that I think everyone will always remember!
by clicking on the picture below!!
along with The Mommy
are planning to make these and use them to help decorate for the day of the
Day cards! On the back of the bag, students write why they think their Mom is
beautiful. The compact has the writing prompt “you make me blush
when…”, Students write a list of adjectives about their Mom on the
lipstick and draw her portrait on the mirror. Click on the picture below to
check it out too!
something new for your Mommies!! I can’t wait until our Spa this