5 Kid Friendly Mother’s Day Events In Broward

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Search no further for kid friendly ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in 2021 in Broward.  Have fun and create a bond with your kids at the same time.    

                        Kid -Friendly Mother's Day

1.  Painting With a Twist – Paint Mommy and Me Giraffes

Kids will learn to paint a picture of Mommy and Me Giraffes at this Family Day on Mother’s Day Weekend. 

 

2.  Board and Brush – Create Wood Signs

For $20 on May 1st, kids can create a wood sign from pre-determined designs.  For $68, kids over 12 can come up with their own design on May 8th or 9th.  Either way, this would be a fun way to bond with your kid and get a cool piece of artwork. 

 

3.  Mother’s Day 5k

If you are a running mom, this event may be the perfect Mother’s Day event for you.   Get a runner’s high,  work up an appetite and still have time left for your kids to make you a special breakfast for Mother’s Day.  This socially distanced event includes staggered start times.

 

4.  Mother’s Day – Bake It On Wheels

Bake It On Wheels will help your kid(s) make you a cookie bouquet or cake.  Let’s hope kids can resist the temptation to eat their hand made tasty treat before they present it on Mother’s Day. 

 

5.  Mother’s Day Craft – Take it and Make It

We understand that everyone is not ready to venture out to one of these gatherings but you may still want to give your kid a chance to do a Mother’s Day related arts and crafts.   If so, head over to the Weston Library for a Take it and Make it Mother’s Day Craft. 

Summary

If you are interested in an activity, please register soon because space is limited at some events. 

Whatever you decide to do on Mother’s Day, mothers must remember we are special every day.  Enjoy your day!!

 

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Zee was born and raised in Miami and attended the University of Florida. Then she spent about fifteen years up North; while building her family and expanding in her career, she always knew she wanted to connect more with the community. She enjoys spending quality time with her husband and three children, ages 5 years old, 5, and 6. Yes, twins! Zee considers these moments that she spends hanging out with them a joy that will last until adulthood. She moved back to the Broward area about 2 years ago. She always had difficulty finding things to do with the kids, so she just decided to create a platform herself! When she launched “The Kid on the Go.” she intended to build a network to serve the community in which other moms would also have a place to find activities for the kids to do in their area. She believes that if we as moms can provide opportunities and activities to keep them busy, it will embrace their creativity. These options are provided so they can engage in positively spending their time. It provides resources in Broward County and South Florida locations where all the kids and their families could have fun together.