Since Father’s Day is just around the corner, I wanted to share some printables your children might enjoy filling in for their dad.
Personally, I think handwritten cards and letters are some of the best gifts a person can give — or get, and these are sure to put a smile on Dad’s face.
First, we have “5 Things I Love about Dad.” It’s sometimes surprising to see how kids fill out such a list. Little things that may seem insignificant to an adult are often huge in a child’s mind. Let your children bless their father by confiding all that to him on his special day.
Next, we have another template for an acrostic poem. These are fun and easy to write. Explain the concept to your children — each letter stands for a word or phrase that describes Dad — and see what they can come up with.
Last is a little fact sheet about father. These can be used as a fact gathering exercise to interview Dad, or just let the kids take their best guess at the answers… and do your best not to laugh at what they write!
Do you have special plans for Father’s Day? What will your family do on Sunday to honor Dad?