Looking for Father’s Day crafts for kids? Celebrate Dad’s special day on June 17, 2012 with these easy crafts, cards and coloring pages that will put a smile on Dad’s face on Sunday. Gather simple supplies like crayons, felt, glue sticks, markers, tape, inexpensive craft foam, and plenty of paper and start making some fabulous homemade gifts that will be treasured for years.
Sites like Kaboose, Crayola, Activity Village, and Better Homes & Garden are great resources for kid-friendly Father’s Day projects. Color and decorate cards, mak a “Best Dad” award, or make a deserving dad his own special placemat for dinner.
Going out to dinner on Father’s Day? Print out coloring pages and to keep little hands busy at the restaurant.
Easy Father’s Day Crafts and Free Printable Cards
Kaboose – Crafts, activities and printables for Father’s Day including a World’s Greatest Dad trophy made out of foam cups; an “out of this world” alien robot; and a monogrammed painted hammer.
Enchanted Learning is a website full of Father’s Day cards, word searches, and crafts. Make easy projects like a necktie card, paper photo frame, and “Top Ten Best Things About My Dad” printable.
Better Homes & Garden: Easy crafts for children including a fun Father’s Day placemats or a scrap paper self portrait.
Activity Village: Find reat printable crafts and coloring pages. Print out a “Best Dad” diploma, make fun silhouettes, a golf bag pen pot or a handmade can cooler.
Crayola – Easy coloring pages to print (you don’t need color ink!) and color. Dad will love to hang these in his office.
Photo Credit: Kaboose