Calling all dads! Are your children looking for a way to spoil their mums on Mother’s Day? Then what better way to start their day than with breakfast in bed? We’ve created an easy-to-follow illustrated guide, perfect for kids aged four to ten. The guide contains all the essentials for an indulgent, continental style breakfast, complete with trimmings to show mum how loved she is. Simply print it out and allow your little ones to put together all the necessary items and ingredients.
Fun facts for kids:
Why do we celebrate Mother’s Day?
Mother’s Day, or Mothering Sunday, is a day dedicated to the celebration of mothers and mother-figures such as grandmothers, mothers-in-law and stepmothers.
Traditionally, Mothering Sunday was a time when people went back to the church they attended as children. This meant families were reunited in their home towns and villages. Over time, it then became customary that young people working away as servants were given Mothering Sunday off to go home. They used this as a day to see their mums and take gifts from their employers. Today we still honour the same tradition and use it as a day to visit our mums and thank her for all she’s done with gifts, flowers and meals out.
When is Mother’s Day?
Mother’s Day is held on the fourth Sunday of Lent. Which means it’s three weeks before Easter Sunday and usually falls mid-March or early April.
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