Mother’s Day is a fun day to have an in class event, like a tea party. It is a day that we, as teachers, can help our students celebrate the special women in their lives. My favorite way to have this classroom celebration is to throw a Mother’s Day Tea Party.
Hosting A Mother’s Day Tea Party In The Classroom
There are many ways that we have accomplished this in ways that doesn’t have to be any extra stress for you.
- Have children each bring a snack in.
- Ask 4-5 parents to cover food and drinks, just like any other class party.
- Keep it simple and have drinks and a cupcake.
- This can be done in the classroom or in another area you may be able to use in the school like the cafeteria or outside.
Although we have hosted the tea party itself differently, we also use these adorable invites & RSVP cards.
Printable Invites & RSVP Cards
The invitations and RSVP Cards are printable and editable to meet your needs.
We have also included a black and white version of the invitation so children can color or decorate the invitations themselves.