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Mother’s Day is just a few days away. One way to make this day even more special is by spending quality time with our kids and asking them questions that allow us to connect on a deeper level.
Not only does it give us a chance to learn more about our children, but it also allows our children to express their thoughts and feelings about us.
Here are 30 questions to ask your kids on Mother’s Day to make this day even more special.
30 Questions to ask kids on Mother’s Day
- What is your favourite thing about your mother?
- How old is your mom?
- What is her favourite colour?
- What does she like to do in her leisure time?
- What is she really good at?
- What is she really not good at?
- What makes your mother angry?
- What makes your mother happy?
- What is your mom’s Job?
- What would you like to teach your mom?
- What is something you would like to learn from your mom?
- If you could give your mom anything, what would you like to give her?
- What are you proud of about your mom?
- What is something you would like to do every day with your Mom?
- What does she like to watch on TV?
- What is something you would like your mom to stop doing?
- What is something you would like your mom to start doing?
- What is her favourite place that she has visited?
- When is her birthday?
- What is the funniest thing you did together with your mom?
- What makes your mom Sad?
- How do you make your mom laugh?
- What does your mom do to make you laugh?
- What is your mother’s favourite food?
- Who is your mother’s best friend?
- Why do you love your mom?
- What is the best memory you have of your mother?
- What does your mom say often?
- What is something that you wish for your mom?
- How do you know your mom loves you?
That’s 30 Questions!
If you feel that 30 questions are too many for young children, you can opt to skip a few and keep the questionnaire short.
For older kids, I suggest printing these off and making them write the answers. Doing this after a few years is a great way to see how answers change over time.
Another fun idea is to record a cute interview of your little ones using a camera, allowing you to treasure it for years to come.
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Make the most of the time spent with your children and create beautiful memories together. Wishing all the incredible moms a happy Mother’s Day!