Preparing for holidays can be stressful, especially if you’re staying home and doing mostly curbside pick-up for necessities.
This year for Father’s Day, focus on what makes him feel special. For most dads, their children make them feel special – so a homemade gift is just as meaningful, especially when it’s difficult to take the kids out to shop. Not to mention, kids love to give their parents something that they worked on themselves. So this year, don’t make Father’s Day planning stressful – show your love and appreciation with family game time, a movie together, thoughtful homemade gifts and maybe a special shared family meal.
Below we have provided you to links some free and easy DIY things for dads.
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|Quarter page Fold and Color Cards |
Simply print out, let the kids color, and fold it in to quarters. There are 3 different designs to choose from so your kids can each make a card or work on one together!
|Print out the owl, color and cut. You can attach the wings with brads or simply glue them on.|
|Father's Day Gift Coupon Booklet|
Print out the pages on white paper and let them kids color them, or print them on colored paper. Cut out the coupons and staple them together. There’s even a spot for the kids to add their own coupon ideas.
|All About My Dad Printable|
We've left the back of our Father's Day printable blank so your child can draw a "daddy and me" picture.
|Easy DIY Puzzle Piece Frames|