fathers day ideas
Use these fathers day ideas as gifts from your preschoolers. Father's Day is the third Sunday in June. Here are some cute Father's Day ideas that your preschooler can make and give to Dad.
Father’s Day Card
Homemade Father’s Day card and a pen
Instructions: Ask your child the following questions and record their answers.
My daddy is ________years old.
He weighs __________lbs. and is _____ft. tall.
His hair is ____________and his eyes are___________.
He loves to eat_______________.
His favorite TV show is_________________.
Daddy always tells me____________________.
It makes him happy when______________.
I really love it when my Dad_____________.
Put these in a homemade Father’s Day card. You may add any other questions you can think of and please do not forget to put “ I Love You Daddy!”
Crayons or markers
On a large piece of paper draw the shape of a tie. Next have your child decorate the tie with different shapes cut from the colored paper and with the crayons or markers. Once the work of art is dry, cut out the tie shape. With a sharp pencil, (or a hole punch if you have one) put two small holes on either side of the top of the tie(the knot of the tie). Next thread the yarn through both holes ensuring it loops behind the tie and not in front of it.
P.S. Make sure Daddy wears it all day that day.
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Me and You Book (from familyfun.com)
8 ½ x 11 inch white paper
Ribbon or string
Cut a 9 ½ x 6 inch rectangle from the cereal box and place it picture-side up. Fold it in half. Stack white paper, fold the sheets into quarters, cut along the top, and set the paper inside the cardboard. Punch three holes through the paper and cardboard and thread ribbon to bind. Now, brainstorm topics for both child and Father. If it says on the left page “ My Favorite Animals”, then print on the facing page, “Your Favorite Animals”. Your child can draw or write in his answers, leaving the other side blank for Dad to fill in. Other topics: favorite colors, special places, five things you love about the other person. The child can fill out the remainder with Dad.
A: Always there.
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Box of Hugs and Kisses
Small wooden or paper boxes(from craft or dollar store)
Provide your kids with small wooden boxes and let them decorate them any way they want with paint. Next give them Hershey kisses, hugs or other candy and Easter grass, and let them fill the box with them. Finally attach the following poem to the box and give it to Dad for Father’s Day.
Daddy I Love You
Daddy, I love you
For all that you do.
I’ll kiss you and hug you
‘Cause you love me, too.
You feed me and need me
To teach you to play,
So smile ‘cause I love you
On this Father’s Day.
By Nicholas Gordon
“Children are unpredictable. You never know what inconsistency they’re going to catch you in next.”
Franklin P. Jones
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