For Dad – From Kids on Father’s Day
Alright, Mamas. You’ve had your day, I hope full of pampering from your kids. Now it’s time to treat dad. Father’s Day is right around the corner. But don’t worry; I have you and the kids covered with these easy things that you and the kids can do for dad.
10 Things Kids Can Do for Dad for Father’s Day
1. Throw a Party for Dad
Use these free printable party decorations from Parties TO GO to throw him a quick and fun Father’s Day celebration.
2. Give Dad a Candy Card
Cater to dad’s sweet tooth with this funny card from Bits of Everything featuring popular candy bars and sweet sentiments.
3. Make Dad Something for His Desk
Decorate an inexpensive notepad (from Martha Stewart) for his desk so he has happy thoughts throughout his workday.
4. Let Him Have the Remote
Let dad have the coveted remote control for the day and treat him with a remote-shaped cookie like this one from Somewhat Simple.
5. Give Dad Coupons for Fun Favors
Show him you love him with these free printable coupons from The Frugal Girls for sweet favors that he can redeem even after Father’s Day.
6. Make Breakfast for Dad
Start dad’s Father’s Day out right with a homemade breakfast like this yummy french toast from a little delightful.
7. Make Dad a Special Dinner
Plan a delicious crock pot roast dinner for dad that’s easy enough for even the littlest ones to help prepare.
8. Design a Memory Book for Dad
Record special memories of dad in a photo book like this one from Design Aglow.
9. Present Dad with a Trophy
Use found objects and cardboard to make a cool trophy in celebration of dad like this one from smART Class.
10. Tell Dad Why You Love Him
Show dad how much and why you love him with this sweet and easy photo gift.
Do you have anything special planned for dad for Father’s Day? Do the kids like to get involved in making gifts or meals for him? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below!