We Japanese celebrate Mother’s Day on the Second Sunday in May. Our kids send carnations to their mother and write cards. If you are interested in teaching Japanese to your kids, it would be an excellent opportunity for your kids to practice writing Japanese. I make a cute printable Mother’s Day Printable card so you can use it straight away!
Once you print out this cute card, your kids can color carnations to decorate. Your kids can also trace Japanese message, “おかあさん ありがとう (Thank you, Mother).” The message is printed dark gray color so even if your kids don’t want to write it, it looks Amazing!