5 Father's Day Ideas that the dads are sure to love.
Father’s Day is going to here before we know it so I made a list of ideas to help you with coming up with something for all those special dads.
Top on my list is Donuts for Dads, why you ask?
My answer - I love, to find any and every way that I can to bring parents into my classroom to provide them time to spend with their children. To help them when their children are young to appreciate and love their child’s school community.
With donuts for dads it gives the dads a special time that they can spend with their child one on one and with their child’s friends they hear about at the dinner table.
It is a simple set up that the children can help with.
They can make a special invitation for their dad.
Inside they can include a picture of them together, with what they love about their dad.
Children can use their own art skills by designing ties that go on each of the donut bags.
Clay is always at the top of my list for process art projects.
So, this fingerprint dish for dads change is the perfect project for children to make.
You can get the whole tutorial on how to make this special dish on What Katy Said.
Every house needs coasters, so why not have your children make that special dad a coaster just for them.
You can take pictures of each child and print them out on the copy machine in black and white. (Cost saving tip)
See how they created the beautiful color accents on the card store blog.
What child is not mesmerized by things that can shrink?
Bring science and Father’s Day together with these cute hand drawn shrinky dink key ring.
Bring in a toaster oven so that your children can have a front seat viewing of the shrinking process.
You can find the whole details on how to make these adorable key rings on Messy Little Monsters.
When you give a dad a potholder they will want to go to the store.
When he gets to the story he will want some hot dogs.
When he gets the hot dogs, he will want to BBQ.
When he BBQ he will want his very own potholder to use.
See how Ally made these handprint potholders on Ally’s Helpful Hints for Mommies.
I'm Tami Sanders creator of Learning and Teaching with Preschoolers, a blog to help teachers create magical moments for the young.