Father's Day Crafts
As Father's Day approaches, so do those long, fun days of summer. Here's a gift that celebrates Dad's prowess on the grill and lets him cook in style!
On Father's Day, Dad is the king, right? "Crown" Dad this Father's Day and sneak in some letter-sound practice while you're at it.
Want to do something a little different for Dad this year? Have your child create this whimsical CD-sized tribute to "Dad's Greatest Hits." Here's how.
Looking for some Father's Day inspiration? Help your child make Dad a "card" he can wear ... and build up your kindergartener's reading skills while you're at it.
With this activity, your child will get an opportunity to apply skills she's learning in second grade math, and maybe learn something new about Dad in the process.
This Father's Day, ditch the monogrammed golf balls in favor of a personalized piece of art! Shower dad with amazing family memories.
Greeting cards are nice, but after they've been opened most cards soon end up in the trash. This year, make Dad a Father's Day card he'll treasure forever.
With a few basic art supplies and a little imagination, you can repurpose empty oatmeal containers into a one-of-a-kind Father's Day cookie jar.
Here's a Father's Day gift that won't break the bank. With a touch of fabric paint kids can transform plain cotton t-shirts into original matching Dad and kid tops.
Help your child honor her grandpa this Father's Day by creating an original photo essay just for him.
Better than any store bought Father's Day card, this touching keepsake lets your child give Dad a peek into their relationship from her point of view.
This year, try passing up those store displays in favor of a homemade card that celebrates what makes Dad unique and special.
For the dad who loves sports, a message on a basketball is twice as nice!
Using cardboard and duct tape, you can make a durable Father's Day frame that Dad can hang anywhere from his workbench to the office!
Give the gift of time to a parent who needs it by helping your child to customize her very own clock!
Sure, a tie is the traditional Father's Day present, but it's so much cooler when your kids give something they've made themselves. Meet the homemade tie.
How many dads actually wear ties anymore? Instead of giving dad a present he'll only use twice a year, steal one of his seldom-worn ties to make a cool iPod or cell phone case.
Your child can re-purpose any used (and cleaned) can into a colorful container to hold pens and pencils.
With Father's Day coming up soon, why not connect the holiday with some valuable literacy learning and make Dad happy in the process!
Honor Dad's fatherly achievements with this handmade plaque for a job well done!
As anyone with a desk can attest, you can never have enough holders for loose pens and pencils. Make a special one for Dad decorated with metallic pasta!
Help your child create a rebus message for a unique Father's Day card or poster; it's like a collage and encoded message all in one!
Here's a card that your child can make to last for years and years. All year round, she can let Dad know that she's literally following in his footsteps!
Making Dad a comic book is a great idea for Father's Day, and one that helps kids work on fine motor skills, storytelling and handwriting.
This Father's Day, give dad something he'll really appreciate: a book about him, written by his favorite author ... his son or daughter!