This Mother’s Day at home will be like no other we’ve had before, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be just as special! We just need to be a little more creative and come up with some playful ways to celebrate moms!
- Mother’s Day is a great time to make special keepsakes for mom! Kids of all ages and abilities can enjoy crafts with proper guidance and supervision. The following are some craft ideas for little ones with a broad range of disabilities: hiehelpcenter.org/2018/05/11/19-fun-mothers-day-craft-ideas-kids-disabilities/
- With schools closed down, we are all spending more time together at home, so here are a few treats for Mother’s Day at Home: familyapp.com/celebrating-mothers-day-at-home/
- Mom deserves some special love this Mother’s Day! Here are some ways for kids of all ages to show appreciation that go beyond breakfast in bed: first5la.org/parenting/articles/all-ages-appreciation-mothers-day-ways-to-show-the-love-/
- A Letter To the Mom of a Child With a Disability This Mother’s Day: themighty.com/2020/04/mothers-day-hope-letter-mom-of-child-with-disability/
Did you know that Inclusion Matters by Shane’s Inspiration was by founded by two women who are both incredible mothers? Catherine Curry-Williams and Tiffany Harris, along with Scott Williams, created our non-profit in memory of Shane Williams in 1998. To date, we have created 73 inclusive playgrounds around the world that bring mothers and their children to the playground to create special memories. Learn more at inclusionmatters.org.
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