Make Dad’s day extra-special this year with these Father’s Day crafts for kids! Check out our suggested ideas to help you make this day extra special.
Give Dad the perfect Father’s Day card to go along with his gift. Help kids make this unique shirt-and-tie card using decorative paper.
With their favorite snapshot of themselves, kids can add a personal, spinning touch to Dad’s card this Father’s Day.
Father’s Day Cutout Frame
Kids can spell out how much they love Dad using photos of their faces, our easy frame template, and a little help from Mom.
Father’s Day Coupons
Offer Dad a free car wash, lawn mowing, breakfast, and much more using our downloadable designs. Once kids make a cover, they can fasten, staple, or sew the booklet together.
With any of our shirt-and-tie templates, kids can give Dad a well-dressed bookmark.
Father’s Day Notepad
By wrapping a rubber band around a notebook cube, kids can make colorful drawings on a notepad for Dad.
Date with Dad
Kids love to be in charge, so let them take Dad on a Father’s Day “date” of their choosing. Ask them to consider what Dad would like best: a movie, a museum, or a baseball game? A handmade card tells him they’re treating. Kids can buy or draw the “tickets”; Mom can cut a slit for them in the card.
Daddy’s Girl Clip Art
Girls can create adorable pins, cards, boxes, labels, and tags for Dad using our printable clip art.
Fly a special card to Dad using one of our template patterns.
Choose a lightweight paper; a map of his favorite city or hiking trail are good options, or pick a colored paper and inscribe a message on the wings. Your message can be a simple greeting or a much-appreciated coupon for a couple of hours of yard work. Fold the paper first, so you’ll know where to write.