Father’s Day is a great time to celebrate Dad and all the awesome things he does for the kids!
And what better way to show Dad how much he’s loved and appreciated than with a homemade project from the kids?
This June, have the kids make Dad this Father’s Day tie card craft!
It’s a quick and easy craft that can be customized to fit any father’s style. Plus, it’s a great way to use up any leftover paper scraps lying around the house.
So get the kids crafting and let them show Dad how much they care this Father’s Day! Also, be sure to check out all of our Father’s Day crafts for more ideas.
Father’s Day Card Idea
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Tie template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)
Scroll to the bottom to find the download form.
Download the tie template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
Take the cut out tie template, fold it in half along the dashed lines, then cut the middle piece out.
Begin to decorate the front of the tie. In this example, we glued stripes along the front, but we also have a template for stars and circles.
Trim off any excess paper that hangs off the sides.
Open the card up and write a fun message to Dad or Grandpa.
That’s it! This homemade card is so easy to make!
More Father’s Day Ideas
Father’s Day is a great opportunity for kids to show the dads in their lives how much they are appreciated. Whether Dad is a crafty type, a bookworm, or an avid outdoorsman, there’s sure to be a Father’s Day activity the kids can do for them.
To get started, check out our list of Father’s Day crafts, books, activities, and more. With so many great options to choose from, your kids are sure to find the perfect way to show Dad some love.
Father’s Day Books
Reading aloud to kids is a great way to improve their reading skills. It also helps them develop their own love for books. And it’s a great way for parents to bond with their children. But there are other benefits to reading aloud to kids, as well.
Reading aloud to kids can help them have better communication skills, both verbal and nonverbal. Additionally, it can help them develop empathy and compassion, as they’re exposed to different points of view and perspectives.
In short, reading aloud to kids is a great way to improve their cognitive, social, and emotional development! Check out these great books about Dad:
Made For Me – In the sweet children’s book Made For Me, Dad and his child are inseparable. They have so much fun together! Dad is always there for his little one, whether it’s playing ball, reading stories, or just giving big hugs. This special bond between father and child is truly beautiful. Made For Me is a heartwarming story that will fill readers of all ages with love and happiness.
I Love You, Daddy – This is an adorable children’s book about a Little Bear and his Daddy Bear. The cute story follows Little Bear as he goes about his day, doing things that Daddy Bear says he’s ready to try. At the end of the day, they snuggle up together and say goodnight. The book is a sweet and encouraging story for dads and their little ones. It’s sure to bring a smile to any reader’s face.
Just Me And My Dad – This is a cute children’s book about a young boy and his father going camping. The classic illustrations are fun and the story is simple but sweet. The book follows the boy as he and his dad set up camp, fish in the stream, tell ghost stories, and enjoy each other’s company out in nature.
Crafts For Dad
Crafting is a great activity for young kids for so many reasons! It helps to promote creativity, fine motor skills, and problem-solving. It’s also a great way to encourage kids to use their imaginations and express themselves. Add in some of these fun crafts for Dad
Father’s Day Popsicle Craft – If you’re looking for something easy and fun, this craft is a great option. All you need is some construction paper, glue, and our free template. Simply print out the template, cut out the pieces, and assemble them on paper according to the instructions. In no time at all, you’ll have a festive popsicle that says, “You’re the bomb, Pop!” So grab your supplies and get started today!
Hooked On Daddy Craft – This paper craft is perfect for fishermen Dads! It’s a great way to work on fine motor skills, and the finished product is so cute. All you need is some paper, scissors, and glue.
Handprint Baseball Card Craft – What a fun and simple craft this is! Perfect for young baseball fans, this handprint baseball card is a great way to show off those All-Star prints. And it makes a wonderful keepsake too.
More Father’s Day Activities
These All About Dad printables are the perfect way for kids to show their dads some love! Fill in the blanks to describe all the things you love about your dad, and don’t forget to add a special message just for him. Then, decorate the pages with your own drawings and artwork. Dad is sure to treasure this thoughtful gift!
It’s time to celebrate Dad! And what better way to show your love and appreciation than with some fun Father’s Day activities? These printable activities are perfect for kids of all ages and can be done in just a few minutes. From a word search to a word scramble, there’s something for everyone. And don’t forget the riddles!
Father’s Day Gift Ideas
Kids (and moms) everywhere are brainstorming the perfect gifts to give to the special dads in their lives. If you’re stuck for ideas, never fear! Here are a few sweet, fun, and sentimental Father’s Day gift ideas that are sure to please any dad:
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More Summer Activities For Kids
- Colored cardstock or construction paper
- Tie template
- Download the tie template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
- Take the cut out tie template, fold it in half along the dashed lines, then cut the middle piece out.
- Begin to decorate the front of the tie. In this example, we glued stripes along the front, but we also have a template for stars and circles.
- Trim off any excess paper that hangs off the sides.
- Open the card up and write a fun message to Dad or Grandpa.