Father’s Day is Sunday! Have you figured out what your kids are giving dad yet? If you need a few ideas, browse through this list and see if anything inspires you:
Use a cheap store-bought plate and a sharpie or two to create a unique and fun gift for Dad.
Photo courtesy of Mashable.
A interactive way for kids to say “I love you.” Each center flap has an activity for the kids to do with Dad.
Turn your kids’ drawings into a keyring for Dad!
Photo courtesy of Messy Little Monster.
There are literally tons of handprint crafts out there for Father’s Day, but this one is my hands down favorite 😉
Photo courtesy of Glued to My Crafts.
Four different printable designs to match any color kisses you may want to give dad. This link also includes a “You’re a smart cookie” craft if your dad would prefer a package of cookies to a bag of kisses.
Photo courtesy of It’s Written on the Wall.
This adorable printable book features sentence kids can fill in and blank spaces to illustrate. This would be the sweetest gift!
Photo courtesy of hello, Wonderful.
Show dad he’s #1 with these cute homemade medals.
Photo courtesy of No Time for Flashcards.
This is just a picture floating around the internet, but the idea is so simple and cute! Have your child put their handprints on a pair of work gloves and include the following poem:
See these gloves daddy? They don’t fit me just yet.
My handprints are on them so you never forget.
I’m only small for a little while
So remember my hands and remember my smile.
I love you daddy, with all my heart.
No matter how much I grow, we will never grow apart.
Original photo at this link.
With coupons such as “No whining for 1 hour” and “Ownership of the remote control,” this printable, colorable coupon book is sure to be a hit.
Photo courtesy of Penny Pinchin’ Mom.
The best sort of tie to give dad, because who doesn’t like chocolate?
Photo courtesy of Crafty Morning.
Any of these ideas inspire you? Leave a comment below and let us know!