1. Have children make their own Mother's Day Card and paper flower
Sessions will run daily from 11am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm with children able to take inspiration from RAF's display case containing a selection of Mother's Day tokens that have been given by RAF Personnel to their Mums throughout the decades.
After which the children will be able to make their own card and paper flower using the free materials provided by the Museum.
2. Visit the Museum of Childhood
In the weekend of Mother's day there are plenty of activities in the Museum of Childhood. Go on a treasure hunts, listen to stories, do workshops and much more. Suitable for all ages.
3. The Roald Dahl museum
The Museum, aimed at 6 to 12 year olds, features two fun and fact-packed galleries (including Solo Gallery featuring Roald Dahl's original Writing Hut) and a fantabulous interactive Story Centre.
4. Bake with your kids
Mother's day can also be celebrated at home by baking delicious cupcakes and/or cookies. Have a fun baking day with your children and make some funny shapes!
5. Carry your child's foot-, hand- or fingerprint
Personalise silver charms, keyrings, necklaces or cufflinks with your child's foot-, hand- or fingerprint.