FATHER’S DAY CRAFTS FOR TODDLERS AND PRESCHOOLERS
If you’re wondering “what can my toddler make for Father’s Day?” Or even, “What are good homemade gifts for Father’s Day?” this post has got you covered!
We’ve rounded up some really easy and cute Father’s Day gift ideas that you and your toddler can make at home using every day items.
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All About My Dad
This All About My Dad printable pack would be perfect on its own or to add to a handmade gift or card! My kids get a real kick out of answering these questions- and you’ll get a kick out of their hilarious answers 🙂
If you want one that includes grandpa, click here!
Footprint crafts make great keepsakes- let dad frame this one and keep it forever!
- Red cardstock
- Small red pom poms
- Light blue paint
- Gold glitter foam paper
- Gold glitter stars
- Black Sharpie
Pom Pom Frame
Your kids will have fun getting to color the popsicle sticks and glue down the pom poms. You can have your child draw a picture or put a real one in!
- coloured pencils or crayons
- lolly / popsicle sticks
- pom poms
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I Heart Daddy Scribble Card
This is a great craft for young ones- they get to scribble over the letters to their hearts content.
Father’s Day Fishing Card
This card is so cute! You could also say “hooked on you dad!”
- Fish cut out
- Tissue or crepe paper
- Construction paper
- Googly eyes
Papa Bear Craft
This craft involves cutting for mom or dad but your child can help glue everything on.
- Different colored cardstock
- Large pom pom to match the color of your cardstock
- Large googly eyes
- Black sharpie
- Bear template
Baseball Handprint Craft
The baseball handprint craft makes a great last minute Father’s day gift because it takes a minute to make and would accompany a card really well.
- Baseballs (one for each child)
- Ink pad
- Baby wipes
More of a visual person? This video of Father’s Day crafts will help!
I Heart Daddy Handrint Dish
This is a fun one to do for everyone- your littles can help shape the dish and paint it.
- Paint in their favourite colour
- Rolling pin
- A pencil
Daddy Ties Father’s Day Craft
The Daddy Tie is something you’ll have fun filling out- their answers will be so funny!
- The Daddy Tie print out
- A marker
Following in My Daddy’s Shoes
This is so cute and your kids will love using daddy’s shoe and their own feet to create it!
- Orange and brown paint
- Daddy’s shoe
- White card stock paper
- Baby feet
There’s something so fun about watching these shrink in the oven. And these keychains will last a long time.
- Shrinky Dink Plastic Sheets
- Key Ring
- Jump Rings
- Gloss Acrylic Paint
- Gloss Mod Podge
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Sharpie Scribble Mug
This craft is truly easy and ends up looking amazing. The kids can go crazy with the colors and scribbling and it’ll look great!
- White ceramic mug
- Painters markers
Love You to Pieces Father’s Day Frame
Have any puzzles with some pieces missing? *guilty* Use some puzzle pieces to create this easy and adorable picture frame for daddy!
- 4 Popsicle Sticks
- Puzzle pieces
Heart Dad Fingerprint Craft
Fingerpainting is always an attractive activity for little ones- put it to good use for these “Dad” Father’s Day cards.
- Dad Template
- Acrylic paint – blues, yellow, white, red, etc.
- Silver cardstock
- White paper
Dad Rocks Paperweight Craft
Isn’t this awesome? Have some collecting small rocks for the craft and let your children help to mix up the dough!
Salt Dough Keepsake
Salt dough makes for a great gift because you can shape and paint it however you want! Make a heart, a handprint or a footprint! Whatever works for you.
- 4 cups all purpose flour
- 1 cup salt
- 1.5 cups warm water
DIY Father’s Day Book
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