Mother’s Day Songs, Poems and Fingerplays


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Mother’s Day Songs

Make mom’s day with a song!

We Love Mothers
Sung to the tune of “Frere Jacques”
We love mothers.
We love mothers.
Yes we do; yes we do.
Mothers are for hugging (hug self)
Mothers are for kissing (blow kiss)
We love you; yes, we do.
Thank you, mothers.
Thank you, mothers.
For your love, for your love.
Mothers are for hugging, (hug self)
Mothers are for kissing (blow kiss)
We love you; yes, we do.

Mother’s Day
Sung to the tune of “This Old Man”
Mother’s Day,
Mother’s Day
Is a very special day.
Here’s a great big hug
And lots of kisses too.
Each one says that I love you!

I Love My Mommy
Sing to the tune of “Up on the Housetop”
I love my mommy, Yessiree!
She is very good to me!
She makes me cookies and yummy treats,
That’s my mom and she’s real neat!
Oh, oh, oh, who wouldn’t know,
Oh, oh, oh, who wouldn’t know,
I love my mommy and she loves me,
That’s the way it’s supposed to be!
Sing to tune of “Up on the Housetop”
I love my mommy, Yessiree!
She is very good to me!
She makes me cookies and yummy treats,
That’s my mom and she’s real neat!
Oh, oh, oh, who wouldn’t know,
Oh, oh, oh, who wouldn’t know,
I love my mommy and she loves me,
That’s the way it’s supposed to be!

Five Pretty Mommies
Sing to tune of “Five Little Ducks”
Five pretty mommies I once knew,
Fat ones, skinny ones, tall ones, too,
But the one in the middle that belongs to me…
I love her and she loves me!
Down to the grocery we did go,
Wibble – wobble, wibble – wobble, to and fro,
But the one in the middle that belongs to me,
I love her and she loves me!

I Love You Mommy
Sung to the tune of “You are my sunshine”
I love you mommy
My dearest mommy
You make me happy
When I am sad
I want to tell you
I really love you!
When I’m with you
I am so glad!

Mother My Dear
Sung to the tune of Rock-A-Bye Baby
Mother my darling
Mother my dear
I love you, I love you
Each day of the year
You are so sweet
And you are so kind
And I am so gla-ad
That you-u are mine

Mommy
Sung to tune of Bingo
I love her and she loves me,
And Mommy is her name-o,
M-O-M-M-Y
M-O-M-M-Y
M-O-M-M-Y
And Mommy is her name-O

On Mother’s Day
Sung to the tune of O’ Christmas Tree
On Mother’s Day
On Mother’s Day
Oh how I love you, Mom…
On Mother’s Day
On Mother’s Day
Oh, how I love you Mom…
You give me joy and happiness
I give you love – a hug and kiss
On Mother’s Day
On Mother’s Day
Oh how I love you Mom

 

Mother’s Day Poems

Memorize one of these easy poems for mom!

When I was Very Small
Sometimes I might upset you
Just because I’m small
By leaving fingerprints of mine
On a table, chair or wall.
But everyday I grow a bit
And I’ll be big one day
When all my tiny fingerprints
Have long been cleaned away
So keep these prints of my two hands
To help you to recall
Just how big my fingers were
That time when I was small.

These Little Hands
These little hands can give a hug
Pat-a-cake or throw a ball
They put smudges on the wall
Because I’m only just so tall
They love to clap or hold your hand
Whenever you can play
But when I’m grown and far away
These little hands with you will stay

 

Mother’s Day Fingerplays

I’ll pick some flowers for my Mom.
To make a nice bouquet (pick flowers)
I’ll give her a smile (smile)
And say, Happy Mother’s Day.

Five Flower Baskets
Five flower baskets sitting on the floor.
One will go to………………..’s mom,
Four flower baskets, pretty as can be.
One will go to ……………….’s mom,
Then there will be three.
Three flower baskets with flowers red and blue.
One will go to………………..’s mom,
Then there will be two.
Two flower baskets, bright as the sun.
One will go to………………..’s mom,
Then there will be one. One
flower basket, oh, it’s sure to go. To
your very own mother, who is the Nicest one you know.

Handprint Poem
Make a hand print to go with this poem:
I miss you when we’re not together
I’m growing up so fast
See how big I’ve gotten
Since you saw me last?
As I grow, I’ll change a lot,
The years will fly right by.
You’ll wonder how I grew so quick
When and where and why?
So look upon this hand print plaque
That’s hanging on your wall.
And memories will come back of me,
When I was very small

 

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