As a mom, you daily show love to your child. Some acts of love can be huge, life-altering tasks. Some acts of love feel tiny and insignificant. Some are hard and some are easy. What stands out to your child?

You may never know the dear things a child thinks about mom until you ask them. Here is a fun way to find out. With these questions, you will find out what acts of love are the ones that stand out for your child!

This printable will capture the little one’s thoughts on mom. Mom can go ahead and ask the questions. Or it would be the perfect project for teachers or dads to do as a Mother’s Day gift. This will work as a last minute Mother’s Day gift as it’s quick to do!

Handmade Gift for Mom - My Mom Printable Page. All About Mom. All About Grandma version too.

While this may be a fun present for a mom to receive, I have a feeling that more of the enjoyment will come in future years. It will be fun to look back and see how the kiddos responded. My nephew filled out a similar list about his mom when he was three and I probably go back and read it at least once a year. I laugh at the responses every time I read them.

Do not forget to add the little one’s age at the bottom. If you go back and read this in future years, I hope you will laugh and smile as you read it!

Print free printable here:

All About My Mom Printable

Grandma Version also available:

Handmade Gift for Mom - My Mom Printable Page. All About Mom. All About Grandma version too.

Find the Dad and Grandpa versions here:

My Dad Printable Page

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48 comments on “Handmade Gift for Mom – My Mom Printable Page”

    • It would be perfect for grandmas too! Maybe I should make another version for Grandma.

  1. I love this! It would be so so fun to see how kids’ responses change year to year. And it’d also be nice to use this as a start to a sweet card, too–including what she’s good at, what we enjoy doing together…

  2. This is so cute!! I love it. Helping my MIL out recently I found the old cards by husband and his brother gave her for mothers day -so fun : ) Blessings from #RaRaLinkup

  3. I love this! My brothers did something like this for my dad last year and he loved it. I think my Mom would like it just as much. Pinned! Stopping by from Tuesday Talk.

  4. This is great! I love the addition of “With love from” and age on the bottom. My son has filled out something similar to this at preschool for the past 2 years… both years he put “only my daddy cooks” for the “What does your Mommy like to cook?” question! Haha… mostly true, actually. Thanks for sharing this!

  5. Absolutely precious! And a must. I think an annual interview is in order starting NOW with my four year old lil’ guy!! If you are out surfing the web I would love for you to stop by and share on our brand new link party!! Creative Inspiration. :) Happy Mother’s Day!

    • I hope you enjoy doing it with your four year old! Thanks for mentioning your link party. I’ll check it out!

  6. That is a great idea, wish my grand daughter was old enough for me to do that for her MOM.
    As I am always looking for something meaningful to do for her every year. Will be perfect in another
    couple of years tho.
    Blessings and Happy Mother’s Day to you,

  7. I love when my daughter did this in Kindergarten! Hers had a spot where it said “My mom smells like ___”. Her answer was peanut butter (I do love peanut butter). To this day we still joke about that and it was my favorite card ever!

  8. I’m pumped you included a grandmother one here! I love doing these for my students to give to their parents and I’m going to print the grandmother one to do in the fall for Grandparents Day. You are my pick of Tuesday Talk today!!

    • Yeah! I’m happy you like it. I would love for you to use it with your students! I also have a Dad/Grandpa version. :)

      It was fun to do with my daughter last year and I’m looking forward to having her do it again this year…with my husband’s help.

  9. What a precious idea! I don’t typically save things, but I always save these when my boys complete one. Thanks so much for creating this printable. Your printables always look so nice!

  10. Love this Emily! We made one of these for Father’s day last year and my husband loved it. I know I am curious to see what my kids say about me;) Thanks for sharing!

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