3 Things Your Kids Can Make for Father’s Day
Are you looking for a great way to make Father’s Day more fun? Do your kids want some ideas for special things they can handmake themselves for this special day? While buying gifts can be a lot of fun, it’s also nice to give a handcrafted item. Parents love getting things made by their children. It’s something you can cherish for a long time.
While most dads are okay with another baseball cap or “World’s Best Dad” mug, you can show him how special he really is by making him something unique. The kids will love getting hands-on and putting their energy and love into it, and you can guarantee he will get something he doesn’t already have. But, what can they make? If you’re struggling with ideas, we have some suggestions to get you going.
Here are three things your kids can make for Father’s Day:
1. “Dad coupons” – This is a fun idea and while you can find printables online, it’s sometimes more fun to create your own. The kids can make up ideas like “a big hug” or “good for one extra chore” or even “good for breakfast in bed” and give them to Dad for his special day. He can redeem them whenever he chooses.
Coupons for Dad from Reasons to Skip the Housework
Father’s Day Printable Coupon Book from Penny Pinchin’ Mom
Printable Father’s Day Coupons from Itsy Bitsy Fun
Happy Father’s Day Cut Out Coupons for Dad Coloring Page from eColoringPage.com
Father’s Day Printables from Elegance and Enchantment
Father’s Day Toolbox Coupon Books from I Heart Naptime
Printable Father’s Day Coupons from Skip to My Lou
Father’s Day Printable Coupons from West Valley Mom’s Blog
Father’s Day Coupons from Homemade Gifts Made Easy
Father’s Day Coupons from Martha Stewart
2. Memory book – What better way to preserve those happy dad memories than with a handmade memory book? Help your children find great pictures of their dad, themselves, and the family doing fun things together. The kids can record all of their special memories with Dad and even write him notes inside.
DIY Father’s Day Gift: Building Memories With Dad from The Seasoned Mom
A Father’s Day Project – FREE Printable from Happy Home Fairy
FREE Printable Fathers Day Book from A Whole Lot of Tiny
Homemade Father’s Day Gift Idea from The Measured Mom
Father’s Day Coloring Page from Skip to My Lou
3. Why You Love Him – Another fun thing to make for Father’s Day is a list of why you love him. Your kids can write down all the reasons they love him and put it in a jar or shoebox (and decorate it), use them for homemade cards, or put up big signs and home décor for dad’s big day that have all the reasons they love him on them.
Father’s Day Craft Stick Roll Up Card from Michael’s
Funny Father’s Day Fill in the Blank Story from Homeschool On
We Love You Because Canvas from Our House Now A Home
Father’s Day Photo Collage from Positively Splendid
Now that you have these great ideas, all that is left is to get started. If your kids want to make any of these, gather up the supplies and instructions well in advance and let them get to it. Dad is sure to love it, especially since the kids made it themselves. You can also use these ideas as a jumping-off point and come up with more of your own. Let your kids brainstorm some really great ways to show their dad how much they love him.
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