Father’s Day is Sunday, June 17. If the day has snuck up on you and you’re scrambling for a gift never fear. The most meaningful gifts are ones that kids can make for dad or grandpa with a little help from mom or another adult.7
We've pulled together some of our favorite homemade Father's Day gifts that will help make Dad’s day special.
12 Father’s Day crafts and activities for kids
- “Monsters, Inc.” Inspired Card: These adorable handprints and footprints are a great keepsake.
- I Love You This Much Card: Show dad just how much he’s loved with this clever card.
- Father’s Day Picnic: Get the kids involved in preparing a meal to eat outdoors, and spend some quality time as a family. Don’t forget to pack some Sneakz
- Building Memories Mason Jar with Legos: print different activities like fishing and playing catch on the blocks and top it off with a tag or chalkboard lid with “building memories with dad” written on it.
- All About My Dad: Have your child fill out this 'all about dad' questionnaire, and then frame it. Not only will your child have fun answering the questions, but dad will love to hear what they have to say about him.
- Father’s Day Care Package: Put together a kit for summer adventures with dad.
- Dad Rocks Paperweight: This simple craft lets kids show their creativity.
- Heartfelt Award: Celebrate your #1 Dad with a trophy he can cherish forever.
- Golf Club Covers: These cute sock puppets will keep your favorite guy smiling on the golf course.
- Hand-painted Grill Platter: Dad will be proud to serve perfectly cooked burgers and grilled veggies on this custom Father's Day gift.
- Leather Bracelet: Leather cording toughens up this simple accessory. Try braiding one in the colors of dad’s favorite team!
- Family Tree Desk Topper: This picture frame alternative is a quirky way to display family photos.
For more Father’s Day gifts that kids can make, check out these ideas from Parents magazine.