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Mothers Day Card Rhymes and Poems

Has your child made their own special Mother’s Day card or will they be going to? if so thinking about what verse or rhyme to put in the centre of the card can stump the best of us.

Should the verse be funny? or sentimental? we say both! Mum’s will have a tear of happiness trickling down her eye when she knows her little one has searched or made up the perfect rhyme for her beautiful card.

Below is a selection of rhymes children can put into their Mother’s Day Cards:

You wash my prints from walls and doors,
For I am not careful where I play.
But here is a print you’ll want to keep.
It’s made for you this Mother’s Day.


The heart of a home is a mother
Whose love is warm and true,
And home has always been “sweet home”
With a wonderful mother like you!


For all the times you gently picked me up,
When I fell down,
For all the times you tied my shoes
And tucked me into bed,
Or needed something
But put me first instead.

Tip: If your little one is too young to write, partners can do this for them and show mum just how much they love her too!

Below are more Mother’s Day rhymes for inside the card:

To the world you might just be one person,
but to one person, this person you might just be the world.


A mother deserves her children’s
full attention on Mother’s Day!
Have you thought about
standing in front of the TV screen?


Mother’s Day…
a time for warm thoughts
and fond memories,
for expressing
the feelings and words
that often go unspoken,
for letting
those special people
in our lives know
that they are loved
and appreciated –


For everything we shared,
The dreams, the laughter,
And the tears,
I love you with a “Special Love”
That deepens every year.

These are just a select few poems and verses we thought would make mum’s heart swell up with love.

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