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Father's Day Family Activities: Ways to Make Dad Feel Special

Dads work so hard every day to provide for their families. On Father’s Day, it’s important that we take the time to thank him for everything he does for us.

Here are some things your kids can do for dad to make him feel special:

    • Serve him breakfast in bed
    • Make a homemade card
    • Write a poem for him
    • Mow the lawn
    • Make him a craft from the heart. Here are some ideas:

Printable Daddy’s Day Tie Card
Best Dad Hands Down Award
Daddy’s Grilling Plate
Creative Rock Paperweights
Father’s Day Printable Book
Unique Sidewalk Chalk Photos
Creative Photo Gifts

  • Wash his car
  • Go mini golfing
  • “Cook” his favorite meal for dinner in the play kitchen
  • Give him hugs!
  • Take him to a ballgame
  • Bake him a cake or cookies
  • Go fishing with him
  • Take him somewhere for a family day and go hiking, swimming, bike riding, or to the beach
  • Create and perform a skit for him
  • Make up a song about him and sing it

No matter how you choose to spend the day, Dad will definitely appreciate the quality time that you spend with him!

Step2 Blog Father's Day

What is a Dad?
A Dad is a person
Who is loving and kind,
And often he knows
What you have on your mind.
He’s someone who listens,
suggests and defends.
A dad can be one
of your very best friends;
He’s proud of your triumphs,
but when things go wrong,
A dad can be patient
and helpful and strong.
In all that you do,
a dad’s love plays a part.
There’s always a place for him
deep in your heart.
And each year that passes,
you’re even more glad,
More grateful and proud
just to call him your dad!
Thank you Dad…
for listening and caring,
for giving and sharing,
but, especially, for just being you!

~Author Unknown

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Father’s Day Family Activities: Ways to Make Dad Feel Special

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