From The Kids: Three Great Father’s Day Gifts from the Little Ones
Paperia | June 2018
Father’s Day is a special time of celebration for the whole family. Help the kids create something meaningful and memorable for the main man in their life. Here are three creative ideas to get the inspiration started!
Building Memories with Dad – from The Seasoned Mom
Use legos as idea blocks for various outings the kids can enjoy with dad – such as hiking, fishing, movies, or bike riding. Toss them all together in a mason jar and adorn with a colorful gift tag. Perfect for a recurring “daddy play date” – just pick a block and get ready to build your next adventure!
Popsicle Stick Picture Frames – from Trollox
Get crafty with the kiddos! Break out the popsicle sticks, markers, stickers, and whatever decorations make sense for dad. Consider a sports theme, or a golf theme, or a cooking theme – depending on what dad loves best. Top it off with your favorite snapshot of the family or dad. It’s sure to land a spot on his desk!
Dad’s Toolbox – from Kristen Duke
Create a 6-pack “tool box” for dad with all the essentials he loves! Fill it with his favorite snacks and drinks and watch him smile from ear to ear. This one is especially fitting for the handyman.
Father’s Day is sure to be a hit with one of these thoughtful gestures from the kids!
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