One of the downsides of school finishing when it does? Kids don’t get to make cool Father’s Day crafts like they do for moms. I mentioned on Facebook how floored I was when I saw my son’s projects for Mother’s Day. Seeing his drawings and writings made my heart swell, and I wanted to do the same for his dad.
So I made my own free Father’s Day printables for kids. This seven-page PDF includes fill-in-the-blank questions as well as spaces to draw his dad. I plan to print these out and guide my five-year-old through the questions. Then I’ll compile them into a neat little book for my husband to receive on Father’s Day.
And now they’re yours to download free. These printables work even for children who can’t write just yet. Have them tell you their answers, and you can fill it in for them.
I hope you’ll find these printables useful and your child’s answers heartwarming and amusing all at the same time.
Your turn: Are you planning anything special for Father’s Day? Let me know in the comments!
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