Moms, you are rocking this! You’re doing all you always do. Plus, like a whole bunch more. When this is all over, you deserve a parade. For now, we’ve got you covered on at-home fun to make this weekend memorable. Read on for the best ways to celebrate Mother’s Day this weekend in Washington, DC. Happy Mother’s Day!

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Make a Lasting Impression with Fingerprints
We sourced a number of ways you can turn hand and fingerprints into keepsake art. Have fun inking and creating a lasting gift with one of these hands-on (pun intended) crafts. Activity details.

Take a Quick Trip to Sesame Street
Head to Sesame Street’s Caring for Each Other website for content and resources you can use with your family to offer comfort and spark playful learning activities. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Give Flowers that Last
Flowers are nice, but handmade bouquets are even better. DIY the perfect Mother’s Day gift with a craft that perpetually blooms. Activity details. 

Take a Family Hike 
Get out of the house and stretch those legs! Take the family on walk or hike. These trails work with or without a stroller. Activity details. 

Move & Groove Together
Get moving with a music class designed for kids 5 & under. This Family Music & Movement class is pay-what-you-can. Fri. Event details. 

Travel Back in Time 
Travel to Colonial Williamsburg to bake up some 18th century cinnamon buns for an old-school breakfast in bed. Activity details.

Hit the Road for a Destination Dinner (or Brunch!)
Go for a much-needed drive to pick up brunch for mom, some ice cream for the kids or some much-needed hand sanitizer. Activity details. 

Bend it Like a Family
Get your Om on this weekend with family yoga. Bend, stretch and reach for each other’s hands. Participation is free, but registration is required.  Fri. Event details. 

Make Your Circus Act Official 
Encourage your kids to wear their pajamas and join coach Manjit for a fun exercise and movement class specifically designed for young children. Let’s beat those quarantine blues with circus movement! Sat. Event details. 

—Meghan Yudes Meyers