Six Pack of Treats – This is a fun one! Pick out six of dad’s favorite treats, example: M&M’s, popcorn, skittles, chocolate raisins. Grab a six pack of soda (in glass bottles), drink soda and rinse bottles out. You can paint/decorate the carrier and maybe add some decoration to the glass bottles as well. Fill each bottle with different snacks for dad to enjoy while watching movies.
Father’s Day Rocks – Collect some heart shaped rocks, spend the day painting them with the kid’s. “My Dad Rocks!”
Special D A D frame – Find a picture frame and take pictures of the kids holding wooden letters “D, A and D”. If there are three kids in your family find a three sectioned frame, have each kid hold one letter.
Paper Ties – This one is especially for the kiddo’s! Cut out shapes of paper neck ties for the kids and have them decorate a new tie for daddy, when finished add ribbon so dad can hang it around his neck.
Mosaic Tiles – Write dad a message or create a picture in the middle. Remember that you don’t have to just use broken beach glass, try using some old scrabble tiles to spell out words.
I always love receiving a homemade gift but I love giving homemade gifts more. These are just a few of many Father Day gifts that you at home can create with or without your children helping. Dad is guaranteed to love them!