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Сценарий воспитательного мероприятия по английскому языку, посвященного празднованию Дня Матери

Compere 1: Dear friends! You are welcome to our party! We have invited you to the celebration of Mother's Day!

Compere 2: Our dear mothers, guests and teachers! Today is not an ordinary day, it is Mother's Day, Day of our beloved Mothers. Such a great holiday as Mother's Day is very dear to everyone. And it would be right to start with a prayer to Mother of God, Mother of all people.

Hail Mary

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee!

Blessed art thou among women,

And blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.

Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners,

Now and at the hour of our death.


Compere 1: To each of us our mother is the dearest person. She is near us when we are small children and she is always ready to help us when we become older!

Compere 2: Sometimes we forget to write a letter to our mother when we leave home. But then a great love for our mother comes to us and we remember our mother's hands.

Compere 1: We can remember those hands since early childhood. We felt how warm our mother’s hands were even before we learned to walk and when we were still trying to say our first words. These hands took care of us day and night. So we were happy when we could pronounce the word "mummy" for the first time in our life.

Compere 2: Mother is the name of all things which are dearest to people. Nothing can be greater for you than your mother. And if you love and respect her, if you never forget about your duty to your mother and Motherland, you will be the happiest person. It is not by chance that people say, "He who loves his mother is a real son of his Motherland".

A wonderful mother

God made a wonderful mother,

A mother who never grows old;

He made her smile of the sunshine,

And He molded her heart of pure gold;

In her eyes He placed bright shining stars,

In her cheeks, fair roses you see;

God made a wonderful mother,

And He gave that dear mother to me.

Compere 1: And what about the history of the holiday? Different countries celebrate Mother’s Day on various days of the year because the day has a number of different origins. Long, long, ago, in ancient Greece, the people paid tribute to Rhea, the Mother of the Gods, each spring. A little later in history it is noted that England paid homage to mothers on “Mothering Sunday”, the fourth Sunday of Lent. In 1872, Julia Ward Howe from the United States suggested the idea of Mother’s Day, but it was Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia, who began a letter – writing campaign to make Mother’s Day a national holiday.

Compere 2: Denmark, Finland, Italy, Turkey, Australia, Belgium and many other countries celebrate Mother’s Day in May. In England sons and daughters visited their mothers and brought them flowers and little presents on that day. The eldest son had to bring his mother a good cake. If sons and daughters couldn't be with their mothers on that day, they usually sent them presents. In some parts of England this old custom is still celebrated.


Mother is the dearest

Of all friends I know.

She helps me work and helps me play,

That's why I love her so.

* * *

That is your mother.

1 agree, she is fine.

You love your mother

And I love mine.

* * *

Mother is busy

From morning to night

To keep her family

Happy and bright.

* * *

Make a basket for your mother.

And fill it with flowers gay,

Then put a card just to say;

"Happy Mother's Day!"

* * *

The sun is so bright today.

Because it's Mother's Day.

The sky is so blue today,

Because it's Mother's Day,

And we are now so gay,

Because it's Mother's Day.

Compere 1: There are many interesting facts about mothers. Some tribes of people, like the Assam in Africa, don’t call themselves families. They call themselves “maharis”, or “motherhoods”.

Compere 2: Chinese family names are often formed (begin) with a sign that means “mother”. It’s a nice way of honouring their moms long past.

Compere 1: Hindu scripture credits the Great Mother, Kali Ma, with the invention of writing through alphabets, pictographs and beautiful sacred images.

Compere 2: George Washington once said, “My mother was the most beautiful woman I ever saw. All I am I owe to my mother. I attribute all my success in life to the moral, intellectual and physical education I received from her”.

Compere 1: In the Bible, Eve is credited with being the “Mother of All the Living”.

Compere 2: At the beginning of our party we spoke about our Mother's hands... They can do everything: wash, clean, cook, look after children, treat, teach and do many other things. Oh, our mothers! What can they be? Farmers and workers, doctors and teachers, they can be even deputies and presidents.

Compere 1: Students, let's have a talk about your mothers. What are they?

(Stories about mothers)

My mother's face

I know a lovely face,

as full of beauty as of grace.

A face of pleasure and of smile,

in darkness it gives light.

A face that is itself like joy,

to see it I am a happy boy

And I have a joy that have no others,

This lovely woman is my Mother!

Compere 1: Dear Mom…

Sometimes we get so busy that we forget to mention the things that mean a lot to us. So on this special day we want to take the time to say how much

it means to us to have someone like you.

Mother's Day.

Sharing special times with you

has helped me appreciate

that family is all about -

the closeness, the caring,

the feeling of belonging.

You hold a very special place

in my heart...

And I'm looking forward

to sharing even more

of the good times with you.

We love the way you love us

And the nice things that you do…

We feel so very lucky

Just because you're you!

From two people who love you

Much more than you could guess,

This comes on Mother's Day

To wish you happiness!

There is nothing more special

Than being a part

Of a family that listens

And comforts and cares,

And nothing more special

Or dear to the heart

Than the feelings of love

That a family shares.

Compere 2: The first word every child pronounces and the word we often utter while leaving this world, when finding ourselves in trouble is Mother. SHE always cares for us long after we have grown up and become independent, for her we remain helpless and vulnerable all our life even when She herself needs our care and protection. She is merciless towards herself, ready for sacrifice, willing to share her immense love and kindness. Being a mother is the greatest gift and the toughest responsibility.

Dear Mom

You always made the very most of all

the times we shared -

you worked, you gave, you understood,

and, most of all, you cared...

And of all the happy memories

so special to recall,

the ones you filled with warmth and love

still mean the most of all.

The images of Mother

4 years of age - My Mommy can do anything

8 years of age - My Mom knows a lot! A whole lot!

12 years of age - My Mother doesn't really know quite everything.

14 years of age - Naturally, Mother doesn't know that, either.

16 years of age- Mother? She's hopelessly old fashioned.

18 years of age - That old woman? She's out of date!

25 years of age - Well, she might know a little bit about it.

35 years of age - Before we decide, let's get Mom's opinion.

45 years of age - Wonder what Mom would have thought about it?

65 years of age - Wish I could talk it over with Mom.

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