BASEBALL PLAQUE K and up
If your Dad is a baseball fan, this plaque, made to look like an autographed baseball, is an ideal gift. Great for hanging in his office, above his tool box, or by his baseball memorabilia.
BEADED KEYCHAIN PreK and up
Children will use beads to create a one-of-a-kind keychain for dad. Submitted by Connie Miller.
BEST DAD EVER KEYCHAIN K and up
This craft is so easy for kids to make, even toddlers get into the fun. Give this gift to Dad and he will absolutely love it. A great gift for Father's Day or his birthday, he'll cherish it and carry it around proudly. Better than a tie any day!
BEST DAD SODA HUG K and up
Super easy, minimal supplies, can be put together in minutes by even the youngest of crafters! These cute soda can hugs are a great gift for Dad. They also make an ideal classroom project as supplies are inexpensive and they go together so quickly.
BEST FOOT FORWARD - CARD PreK - Gr. 2
Children trace their father's foot as well as their own foot to create a unique Father's Day Card. Submitted by M. Erbeck.
BUBBLE FRAME K - Gr. 5
Here's a fun and creative way to frame one of those classic bubble bath shots! Grab some old puzzle pieces, paint and some craft gems and you are on your way. These easy and personalized frames make wonderful gifts for relatives.
DAD'S SURVIVAL KIT PreK - Gr. 2
Some dads are away from home and whether on a business trip or out to sea serving his country, Gretta Keel has found it's really comforting when the kids make dad a survival kit.
EASY PHOTO CARD All Ages
We all have them, photos of our kids that didn't make it into frames or albums. Well grab some construction paper or card stock, a photoand some glue and make this adorable little card.
FATHER'S DAY CARD K - Gr. 5
Kids can use an old pair of bluejeans to make a terrific Father's Day card. Submitted by Gretta Keel.
FATHER'S DAY TIE PreK - Gr. 2
Children will make a special tie for dad using fabric paint and handprints. Submitted by Susan.
FATHER'S DAY "TEASE" SHIRT PreK - Gr. 2
Children will make a special t-shirt for dad using fabric paint and footprints. Submitted by Patricia.
FATHER'S DAY TOOL BELT K - Gr. 2
Children will decorate a tool belt for dad using puffy paint. Submitted by Jami Slye.
FEATHER'S DAY BIRD ROCKS Gr 4-6
Students will create birds for dad using rocks and feathers. Submitted by Nancy.
HANDPRINT TOWEL K-2
Kids can create a memory of little hands that dad can keep with him forever. Submitted by Marisol.
HANDS DOWN T-SHIRT K-2
Children will make a special t-shirt for dad using fabric paint and handprints. Submitted by Achaiah Hughett.
IRON-ON FATHER'S DAY TIES K-2
With the help of an adult, kids will make an iron-on tie that can be bonded to a t-shirt. Submitted by Teri.
MY SPECIAL DADDY K-8
A printable fill-in-the-blank card for fathers from Amy of 20ishParents.
NUTS AND BOLTS PAPERWEIGHT K-8
This is a clever gift idea for dad using plaster, nuts, bolts, nails, and screws. Submitted by Amy of 20ishParents.
PAINTED COFFEE MUG FOR DAD
Painting on a coffee cup is just as easy as painting on a piece of paper or wood. Use this simple yet cute design for your Father's Day coffee mug, or create your very own! The possibilities are endless.
POP UP CARD K-8
Amy from 20ishParents has a terrific step by step pop-up card lesson complete with printable patterns.
ROCK PAPERWEIGHT K-2
An inexpensive way for kids to show dad how much they care. Submitted by Vivi.
ROPE SOAP FOR DAD K-6
This is a fun craft to make for dad, but be aware that the drying time is 1 to 3 full days.
SALT DOUGH FOOTBALL
Here's a fun craft to keep your kids busy during the game. Make this fun mini football into a magnet for the fridge or even a good luck charm for watching the game!
SALT DOUGH SPORTS MAGNETS
If the Dad in your child's life is a sports nut, these magnets made from salt dough are a perfect gift for Father's Day. Simple instructions and easy to decorate you can make extras for Grandpa too!
TIE FOR DAD K-2
Children will make drawings or paintings of neckties. Submitted by Rachel
TREASURE MAP Gr 4-6
This is a fun activity that brothers and sisters can try together. Submitted by Gretta Keel.
WIND CHIMES K-8
Amy from 20ishParents shares a fantastic way to create wind chimes for dad using recycled materials.