Father’s Day will be coming on Sunday, June 21. Usually on that day we went outside together with kids, whether to play golf, go bowling, movie night of my husband’s choice, or do other typical Father’s Day activities. Unfortunately this year with the social distancing still going on, we likely will skip the usual tradition.
Though we are a bit bummed, on this Father’s Day I created a special gift that I hope will allow my husband to spend real, quality time with the family.
Since my husband is a bit unhelpful when I asked him what he wants on Father’s Day (he simply answered, “Anything”), I went on my usual reliable source — Pinterest! Sure enough, this ‘All About Dad’ card came up and I was thinking, this is a really good idea for the kids to show their love to Daddy on this special day!
You can also get a copy of my Free Father’s Day Printable Gift below!
Dads can be tough to shop for, so we often end up circling back to the same, boring Father’s day gifts like gift cards and headphones. But this simple and heartwarming gift will leave lasting memories for years to come.
And better yet, I don’t have to go outside or order it online and wait forever until it shows up to my door. Simply just print it on thick letter-sized paper, or frame and wrap it to give to the kids’ Dad. Here are some ideas.
My 6-year-old had created a Father’s Day card before, he wrote “I love you, Dad” and a picture of him together with Dad (on space, with spacesuits and all, and they’re eating sandwiches together. Don’t ask me why). Now with this card I have prepared fill-in-the-blank writing prompts to get him more creative in expressing his feelings for his Dad.
The prompts are:
- My Dad’s hobby is _______
- He always tells me _______
- My favorite thing to do with my dad is ______
- My dad is funny when he _______
- I love my dad because______
- Message for my dad _______
This template is free to download if you’re inspired to give the same Father’s Day gift from the kids. If you want to print out a copy of this Free Father’s Day Printable Gift, just put in your email below.
The PDF file can be printed on letter-sized paper. Get some crayons and let the kids write down their answers and draw some pictures of Dad! Get ready for witty and funny answers from your kids! It should be a fun little keepsake.
Want more? Check out my other free printables here.
- All About My Grandma
- At-Home Activity Book for Preschoolers
- DIY Kit to Make Handwashing Activities More Fun For Kids