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Want to put a smile on Dad’s face this Father’s Day? Make one of these super cute Father’s Day handprint ideas with your child’s handprint.
Not only are they adorable, but they make wonderful keepsakes to add to your memory box or scrapbook for the father and his children to look back on in years to come. Plus, handprint crafts are easy and fun for preschoolers to make.
Show Dad how much he's loved and appreciated with one of these fun Father's Day handprint art ideas that are perfect for preschoolers to make. The cards and crafts are terrific for other special occasions, too.
Any baseball-loving Dad will love this handprint glove and baseball craft. Open up the baseball to write a cute note or to let your child add a photo. It's so easy to put together with the baseball template paired with a sweet little handprint.
How fun is this mustachioed Dad craft? Trace your child's handprint, add paint for the skin color and hair, and complete with googly eyes, a bowtie, and mustache. Say Happy Father's Day with a handprint craft that looks just like Dad.
Imagine Dad's smiling face when he's presented with this handprint craft that looks JUST like him! It's easy to adapt it to a Dad who works in any kind of job, though. He doesn't have to be a suit and tie kind of guy. You can turn the bottom handprint into a firefighter uniform, police uniform, mechanic uniform, etc. So many possibilities!
Golf enthusiasts will be delighted with this card featuring a golf tee, golf ball, and handprint grass. You can switch out the wording and give this card to any guy who loves golf for his birthday or as a congratulations card. Make one for Grandpa!
Is your child "hooked on Daddy?" This is the cutest Father's Day card for a guy who loves to fish. A simple orange handprint with a mouth and googly eyes make up the fish that rests on a blue background. Add a piece of twine and some cotton ball bubbles to complete the cute fish themed card.
Make a beautiful piece of Father's Day keepsake art using this idea from Fun Handprint Art. It includes a short and sweet poem to put on top to make this craft extra special. Both father and child contribute a handprint to this craft to make a memory that lasts a lifetime.
These friendly yellow guys are a fun way to tell Dad that he's "one in a Minion" on his special day. The base of this card is a yellow handprint with added details to make it look like a Minion. The eyepiece and the blue overalls are just adorable!
Kids can make this "turtley awesome" card from Red Ted Art for Father's Day, his birthday, and so many other fun occasions. The craft is made to look like a turtle with the green construction paper handprint, the addition of a head, and pom poms in various shades of green to make up the shell.
Fun Handprint Art has another fantastic (or fin-tastic) handprint art idea for Dad. This time, the child's hand print is dipped in paint and stamped on a blue background complete with seaweed and tiny bubbles. Isn't it bright and fun?
Dad is a superhero in our eyes, and it's time to tell him so! Make his favorite character from your choice of Batman, Spiderman, or a Ninja Turtle! Follow along with the video to learn how to make them quickly.
You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. You make me happy when skies are gray! For any Dad who's ever sang this song to his young children, it's the perfect sentimental Father's Day card and will make a heartfelt keepsake to look back on years later.
Dino-mite Dads will surely smile when they get a cool handprint dinosaur Father's Day card. It's a great way for two siblings to make handprint gifts together since there are spots for two colorful dinosaurs on the printable template. All you need for this hand print art idea is orange and green paint and googly eyes.
A gorgeous handprint bowl is the perfect gift for Father's Day or Mother's Day. For Dad, it can hold cufflinks, keys, or spare change. For Mom, it can hold the jewelry she takes off at the end of each day. Since they're made with salt dough, these bowls make very affordable handmade gifts. Older kids will love tackling this project.
Dads who love puns and dad jokes will get a kick out of this "one in a melon" card! Make a handprint with fingers together and dress it up with googly eyes, seeds, and a rind to make it look like watermelon.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this list of Father’s Day craft ideas for preschoolers. Remember to pin it to come back to every June when you want to make something special for the dads and grandpas in your life.
Which Father’s Day handprint gift did you like best?
PICTURE BOOKS ABOUT DadS
Below, I’ve featured just a handful of children’s books about Dads.
You should be able to find them at your local library or bookstore. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.
I Love Dad | This bright and colorful book is the ideal way to tell the person you call “Dad” how much you appreciate him.
I Love My Daddy | Sometimes daddies are loud and playful. Other times they are quiet and compassionate. And they are always loving.
My Dad Loves Me | Featuring adorable illustrations from Marianne Richmond, My Dad Loves Me! illustrates all the ways a dad shows his love to his children! Kids can relive their best times with Dad every day!
With 14 pre-printed Father’s Day coupons that are redeemable for everything from unlimited hugs to movie night to a nap (Dad will love that one!), there’s something in the booklet that every dad will enjoy.