This study aims to determine the relationship between the preferred value of their children aged 5-6 and their mothers' values, as well as the values they would like to transfer to their children. The study group consisted of 390 kindergarten children and their mothers from 11 preschools in Bursa. The Picture-Based Value Survey for Children, developed by Döring (2008), was used to ascertain children's preferred values. The Portrait Values Questionnaire, developed by Schwartz et al. (2001), was used to find out the personal values of mothers. The Value Transfer Survey, developed by Demirutku (2007), was used to ascertain the values they would like to transfer to their children. In this research, a relational scanning model was used. In the results, the mother's values significantly differ from their working status and age variables. Also, children's preferred values differ according to gender, socioeconomic status, and mother's educational and employment status. According to the findings, "Universalism" is the most essential value in a mother's values; however, they emphasize "Achievement" value in conveying values to their children. İn addition, to the preferred values of the children, it was seen that the value of "Achievement" was preferred the most. As a result, the relationship between mothers' children's values, it was determined that they mostly took their mother's values as a model.