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Show Dad some love this Father’s Day with one of these simple Fathers Day crafts! Each one will make great preschool Father’s Day gifts!
My daughter loves making gifts for people instead of buying them. Father’s Day gifts are no exception. I can’t wait to show her this collection of things to make for Father’s Day so she can pick one to make this year.
Whether your kids are looking for something to make on their own or you’re looking for a gift idea that’s a little more detailed, I’ve got just what you’ve been looking for.
Dad will treasure whatever craft you and the kids decide to make, because it’s made with love from the kids!
Fathers Day Crafts Kids Can Make
Show Dad you think he’s the coolest with a fun popsicle-themed Father’s Day card your kids can make. This one may require a bit of help from Mom, but it’l be worth it to see Dad’s face light up!
These fish handprints are so cute! Handprint crafts make great keepsakes, and these fish make the perfect Father’s Day card for dads who love fishing.
This salt dough picture frame is the perfect last-minute handmade Father’s Day gift. It’s quick and easy, and Dad will love having it sit on his desk at work.
With a little help from Mom, kids can make a “We’re NUTS About You, Dad!” picture frame. Dad won’t mind you raiding his toolbox for supplies.
Do your kids think Dad rocks? If so, let them make him some space rock fridge magnets! Be sure to print out the “Dad Rocks” cards, as well.
Gather some clear gems and colorful ink pads. Use them to let your kids create some fingerprint art glass magnets. They’ll look great hanging on Dad’s memo board!
If Dad likes candy, have your kids make a fun Father’s Day candy bar wrapper complete with an “all about dad” questionnaire for kids to complete.
Here’s another colorful “Dad Rocks” craft your kids can make with rocks and melted crayons. These are so unique! Kids will love making these one of a kind gifts for dad.
Dad won’t lose his golf balls on the course when he takes a swing at these kid-made colored golf balls. I wish I’d thought of this idea when my kids were younger. They’re golfer Dad would have loved them.
Is Dad a sports fan? If so, this baseball glove pop-up photo Father’s Day card is the perfect kid-made Father’s Day gift!
Dad won’t ever lose his keys if he drops them in this salt dough handprint bowl every evening when he comes home from work.
This Guess Whooo Loves You Father’s Day kids craft is a perfect gift for Dad. He’ll treasure the photo hidden inside.
Do your kids look up to Dad. Is he their hero? A Flying Superhero Father’s Day card is sure to make every dad smile!
Kids can show Dad how much they love him these Star Wars themed light up cards. Add a little STEM to your crafting time.
Handprint work gloves are just what Dad needs to tackle all the chores on your honey-do list (after Father’s Day, that is).
It doesn’t get much simpler than making a set of kid-made scribble mugs for dad to enjoy his morning coffee!
It’s your turn! What are YOUR kids making Dad for Father’s Day? Will you be trying one of these Fathers Day crafts or do you have something else in mind?
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