Lockdown may have affected your plans for Father’s Day but never fear! There are so many ways we can make dad, grandpa and other father figures feel special whether they’re near or far. Here are a few ideas that you can help the kids make and create at home:
What's Dads favourite breakfast?
Try some of these yummy morning starters ...he'll love them.
Let the kids get their hands on making homemade cards. There is nothing quite like a heartfelt card from your super excited children who will be thrilled to see the expression on their dad’s face.
Whether Dad’s an enthusiast in sports, outdoors and landscaping, food or music, there are heaps of interesting ideas to help get little creative minds flowing. Check out links below:
Handmade Fathers Day gift idea's best idea's for kids .com
Best Dad award - follow link for further instructions
A4 Paper (I used blue colour paper)
Two paper strips, approximate size-4 x 13 cm each (Blue colour)
White paper cut in round shape
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A4 or Letter size cardstock
Crayons or any water-based paint (e.g. tempera or poster paint)
IOU Coupons and Gift Vouchers
Another way to surprise the dads is by getting the kids to create “redeemable vouchers” on what they can do for dad on the day. This can include daily chores such as walking the dog or setting up the dinner table. If the dads prefer tangible gifts, then gift cards to their favourite store would be just as exciting.