4 Easy Crafts for Father’s Day Your Kids Can Make

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If you’re looking for easy crafts for Father’s Day that your little ones can make, take a look at the four I’m sharing with you today. Most of them involve supplies you might already have at home!

I’m a huge fan of having my kids create cards or gifts for friends and family. In doing so, they’re using their imagination and fine-tuning fine motor skills. And if paint or glue is involved, it adds a sensory aspect to the project as well.

4 Easy Crafts Your Kids Can Make for Fathers Day | Crafts for Father's Day via muddybootsanddiamonds.com #PreschoolCrafts #ToddlerCrafts

The kid’s crafts for Father’s Day in this roundup are by members of the Influential Mama Network, a members-only Facebook group made up of mom influencers (bloggers and social media).

Paint an Apron

crafts for father's day
Via Healthy Happy Thrifty Family

I love this DIY “King of the Grill” Healthy Happy Thrifty Family’s kids made their dad.

Paper Chain Craft

DIY Monster Hug Card for Father's Day | Paper Chain kids crafts for Father's Day via muddybootsanddiamonds.com

I wrote about making these Hug Monster cards with my boys last year. I traced the boys’ hands and used their arm lengths to determine how long the paper chains would be.

Paper Plate Craft

Father's Day Craft Ideas
via Fab Working Mom Life

Of course, crafting with kids (especially toddlers) doesn’t always go the way we envision it in our heads. Check out this post by Fab Working Mom Life on how she salvaged a paper plate craft project gone wrong. It’s one of the real-est children’s craft posts I’ve read in a while, and one I’m positive moms everywhere can relate to 🙂

Popsicle Stick Craft

Easy Father's Day Craft
via Seaside Sundays

Let Dad how cool he is with an adorable popsicle card like this one from Seaside Sundays. I’m actually thinking about doing this with my kids. It looks like it would be a fun way for L to practice his fine motor skills. If you don’t have embellishments to glue onto the popsicle, you could use stickers instead.

Are your kids making crafts for Father’s Day?




5 thoughts on “4 Easy Crafts for Father’s Day Your Kids Can Make

  1. I am always on the lookout for new ideas and crafts! We will certainly be making some fun crafts for Fathers Day. Last year we had fun making Star Wars cards.

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