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Father's Day is a celebration for Dad and a time to honor all father figures in our life.. Father's Day is the special moment to tell our Dads how much he means to us with handmade gifts like Father's Day kids crafts and rhymes. Find easy Father's Day craft ideas and activities in our KidsSoup Resource Library.
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Dad's Snack Can
Make "snack cans" for Father's Day. Clean small coffee cans and have children decorate and then fill with a mix of pretzels, peanuts, etc. Dads always love some snacks.
Father's Day Bookmark
Cut tie shapes about 8 - 10 inches long out of craft paper and have children decorate them in anyway they like. Add the date and their name on the back of the tie and laminate. Punch a hole at the top and thread a piece of ribbon through the hole.
You'll Always Be My Champion! Pattern
You'll Always Be My Champion! Father's Day Card
Print ribbon pattern. Fold craft paper and trace card pattern along the fold of the craft paper and cut out. Color and cut out ribbon flower and DAD circle. Trace and cut small circles out of craft foam and assemble ribbon flower. Cut two pieces of ribbon and glue behind the ribbon flower. Glue ribbon onto craft paper. Cut "You'll Always Be My Champion" page and insert into card.
My Dad Rocks Paperweight Craft
Mix glue with some water and brush mixture on the rock. Tear tissue paper into small pieces and place them on the rock until the top and sides are covered. Cut out My Dad Rocks! text and glue to the top of the rock. Let dry. To finish the paperweight, use brush to paint a generous amount of the glue/water mixture on the rock.
Make Dad his own special BBQ sauce! Dad's BBQ Sauce Gift Idea:
What you need:
BBQ Sauce Recipe
Empty beer bottle
Transparent adhesive paper
Picture of kid and dad
Small piece of fabric
What you do:
Choose BBQ recipe and make together with your child a special BBQ sauce for DAD. Clean beer bottle and fill with your sauce. Cap the bottle with a wine cork. Print and color BBQ label and glue a picture of the child with his/her Dad on it. Cut adhesive paper slightly bigger than the label. See pattern. Remove protective paper from adhesive paper and lay flat on table. Turn label upside down and place on adhesive paper. Press label on bottle. Cut a circle out of a small piece of fabric and attach with a rubber band around the wine corrk. Voila!
Dad You Make My World Go Round Craft
Print and cut world circle and glue to the inside of paper plate. With scissors, cut around circle. Paint and decorate the outside of the other paper plate with any color you like. Let dry. Cut body piece out of craft paper and glue to the back of world circle. When dry, add a brass fastener to the middle of the world circle and attach to paper plate. Decorate with child's photograph, arms, and text.
Key and Change Holder Father's Day Kid's Craft
Mix glue with some water and brush mixture to the inside of the foil pot pie pan. Tear tissue paper into small pieces and place them in the pan until all the inside and rim of the pan is covered. Add picture of child to the middle of the pan and let dry. To finish the key and change holder, use brush to paint a generous amount of the glue/water mixture over the top of the paper and photograph. Add foam pieces or any other decorations to the rim. Let dry.
Someday When I'm All Grown Up
Someday when I'm all grown up,
I want to be just like you.
To follow in your footsteps,
that's what I want to do.
(Tune: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star)
Daddy, daddy let me say
I love you in every way
I love you for all you do
I love you for being you
Daddy, Daddy let me say
Have a happy Father's Day!
Daddy, I love you
Daddy, I love you
For all that you do.
I'll kiss you and hug you
'Cause you love me, too.