Included in this packet are Father’s Day cards, Father’s Day bookmarks, two writing craftivities, two Father’s Day coloring crafts, and a Father’s Day pudding parfait recipe.
For the Father’s Day cards, cut out the cards; let the children color them; then let the children color a picture or paint hand prints on the front. I have provided three different options for cards to include children who may not have a father or father figure; father’s day can be for any special people in our lives!
Cut out the bookmarks. Some book marks are colored, and some book marks are not so that the children can color them.
For one of the craftivity, ask the children to complete the sentence. For younger children, write what they say. The other craftivity includes a poem. Both craftivities have a space for the children to draw a Father’s Day picture or paint hand prints.
For the coloring crafts, give the children markers, crayons, colored pencils, or even water colors. You can give the children glitter, sequins, adhesive jewels, craft buttons, etc for added creativity. Give the coloring crafts to the children. Simply allow the children to color and decorate the pages.
For the recipe, just help the children follow the child friendly recipe. There are four easy to follow steps. When the recipe is complete, enjoy!
Children and their loved ones will love these Father’s Day activities!
Ten pages worth of activities and one recipe example is included.