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Mother’s Day Planning, by Holly

Do you want to plan a perfect Mother’s Day?


Well, what you need are:

  • Another parent or parent’s friend
  • Get a scrap piece of paper
  • Write down what you are going to do
  • Presents
  • And how you are going to do it.

Then go out and buy everything like presents for Mother’s Day.

If you want to go out and eat, it is best you get an adult to arrange it. Or if there isn’t another adult, this is what you should do.

  • Make a card
  • Make a present or buy one using your pocket money if you have pocket money.

You may want to have a Mother’s Day picnic at home. If you want to do that it is best that you make something with your mum and then make your own little surprise that doesn’t include knives or an oven.

And that is how you make your Mother’s Day plan and don’t forget to write it down!



Childtastic Books started out as a collaborative blog, written by me and my young daughter Holly. Now she's nearly a teen, she's off doing exciting and new things but I am still here, reading, writing and reviewing books for children and young adults of all ages. I miss her input but I hope she will pop in from time to time to do some guest posts! A little about me - I have just finished an MA in Children's Literature from the University of Roehampton (result pending, eeek) and am a part-time primary school librarian. The other part of my time is spent writing and editing, my own work and others, and I am waiting for my first non-fiction book to be published - a teacher resources pack for Handa's Surprise. I welcome comments and love to hear from visitors to this blog. Please note though that, because of time constraints, it is rare that I can read and review books from self-published authors. I receive so many requests and feel badly about not being able to keep up with them all. Thanks for visiting! Sam

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