Children's story Mothers Day Present by Angela Adame - Children's Stories Net

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Mothers Day Present
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A story about a brother and sister who make Mothers Day special with their two presents that they create from scratch.
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Jake and Sami were so excited that Mother's Day was coming up, and wanted to give their mom a special gift that they knew she would love and use.
"Jake, what should we get mom on her special day?"
"I know, a rock, yeah she could use that."
"OH brother, no".
"OK, I know, how about a baseball?"
"What, no, now let's be serious and think, something she can use."
"What is Mother's Day?" Jake asked.
"Well, it is a special day to show our appreciation for mom and what she does for us. You're probably too young to understand."
"No I'm not; I'm not a baby!"
"OK then. I know Jake; let's make her a fun card and we can also make her a special tray that is made of clay that will hold her favourite jewellery."
"We have some extra clay and paint, and it should be fun to do."
"Hey sis, will the clay fall apart."
"No, it is a type of clay that will get hard, and then we can glaze it and then paint it."
So the two of them started on the fun card and then the clay tray, adding many pretty colours.
The present came out great and they were both satisfied with it.
Mother's Day came and the two gave their mom the card and present.
She loved them and was so happy that she put her favourite jewellery in the tray and framed the colourful fun card.
She hugged and kissed them both, as they both smiled, knowing they made this Mother's Day special for their mom.
The End.

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