I’ve gathered some of the best printable Father’s Day activities your little ones will be excited to share with their dad, stepdad, or Grandpa.
Are you struggling to find the perfect (yet easy) Father’s Day activity to share with your toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners?
You’re in the right place! I’ve rounded up more than ten fun ideas for young children to make or complete for Dad.
From interviews to printable crafts and more, you’ll have a hard time narrowing down which printable to use first.
Cute Father’s Day Ideas
One of my favorite things about preschoolers is their completely innocent view of the world around them. Mom and Dad are superheroes!
On the list below, you’ll discover printable interviews on which you can record your preschooler’s thoughts about Daddy, art projects you can from for Dad, and even a few learning activities with a Father’s Day theme.
You’ll have a hard time choosing just one activity to complete.
Books to Read for Father’s Day
Get your kids excited about Father’s Day by encouraging them to share what they love about their father or stepfather.
Be sensitive to the fact that not every child has a father in their life. If that’s the case, encourage them to choose a male that they look up to – grandpa, uncle, or family friend.
Read some books about Dads and the love Dad shares. Can your child any similarities between the book character and their own father/step-father?
More Father’s Day Ideas
If, after exploring all of the free printables below, you want even more Father’s Day ideas, be sure to check out some of the other ideas I have written here on the blog.
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