Celebrating Dads! Ideas for Father’s Day
This craft is less structured but still fun! Invite your child to draw a picture of his or her father on a sheet of construction paper. At the top, print the phrase, “Fathers Are Loved All over the World.” Give your child this list and let him or her write the foreign word for “father” randomly across the paper. To preserve this placemat, cover with a sheet of clear plastic adhesive paper.
For this fun project, Mom will need to pick out an old tie that Dad no longer uses and knot it in a wearable fashion. Now, gather empty jar lids or frozen juice lids from around the house (be sure they are clean and dry). Either draw pictures of special events or cut out photocopies of photos to glue into these lids. Apply heavy glue to the backs of the lids and adhere these to the tie. Let the project dry thoroughly. Give this gift to Dad as a special photo collage to hang at home or in his office.
Snappy Snack Can
What father doesn’t enjoy a snack while he’s watching the game or reading a book? Craft this creative can and fill it with a treat—maybe you and Dad can even share! To make the can and snack, you will need:
- Coffee can
- Construction paper
- Tape or glue
- Clear adhesive paper
- Stickers, poster paints, markers, crayons, etc.
- Two bags of fish-shaped crackers
- One bag of mini-pretzels
- One box of raisins
- One can of mixed nuts or peanuts
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