Creative Father’s Day Card Kids’ Activity
Why buy a ready-made Father’s Day card when your child can make her own? Instead of going with a store-bought version, get personal (and crafty) and DIY one. Your child can create this easy-to-make card, and then add to it. Fill the inside of the card with a favorite poem that describes dad, a sweet sentiment or anything that your kiddo wants to add.
- Card stock paper
- Craft felt
- Clear-drying school glue
- Fold an 8×10-inch piece of card stock paper in half, from top to bottom. This creates a tent-like card.
- Draw bubble letters that read “DAD” onto the craft felt. If your child can’t write the letters herself, write them for her and then ask her to trace over them.
- Cut the letters out.
- Glue the letters to the front of the card.
Here’s where your child can get even more creative. She can draw around the “DAD” word on the front, designing a card that looks like nothing dad has ever seen before. She can draw a pattern, a rainbow of color blocks or anything else she wants.
After the glue has dried (and after your child has written a special message inside), put the card in an envelope and give it to that very deserving guy!