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Father’s Day Crafts: 20 Fun, Free Ways for Kids to Honor Dad

More Father’s Day Crafts for Kids

12. You’re the Coolest Cards

Kids will love making this popsicle-themed Father’s Day craft for the coolest father they know! You’ll need craft foam sheets, glue, scissors, cardstock, a pencil, googly eyes, and popsicle sticks.

Father's Day Crafts for kids Popsicle Coolest Card


13. Superhero Handprint

To a child, Dad is the real superhero. So let kids pick their favorite superhero to give a hand to with this Father’s Day craft. You’ll need cardstock, glitter foam paper, googly eyes, a black sharpie, and acrylic paint.

FAther's Day crafts for Kids Superhero Handprint

14. Fish Card

This is a fun Father’s Day craft for preschoolers. And it’s perfect for the dad who likes to fish. You’ll need cardstock, paint, a black pen, glue, and googly eyes.

FAther's day crafts for kids Fish Card


15. “My Dad Is the Best” DIY Father’s Day Card

Kids will love coloring this card. Then they can personalize it inside with all the reasons their dad is the best.

Father's Day Craft for kids to make

16. “DINO-MITE” Card

Almost all kids love dinosaurs. So tap into that interest with this Dino-Mite card! You’ll need the free template, craft foam sheets, cardstock, scissors, glue, googly eyes, a black marker, and a pencil.

FAther's day crafts for kids Dino-Mite Card

17. Baby Footprint Poem

Kids get big so fast. That’s why parents treasure gifts with their baby’s footprints. Just change the paint for girls and boys. You’ll need the free template and paint for baby’s feet.

FAther's day crafts for kids Footprint Poem

18. Fan Card

This is a great card idea for older kids to show they are Dad’s biggest fan! You’ll need cardstock, pens, glue dots, and clear tape.

FAther's Day crafts for kids Fan-Tastic Dad

19. Fish Handprint Card

This is an adorable Father’s Day card idea! And you can see that we love handprints for Father’s Day crafts! You’ll need cardstock, googly eyes, glue, a black fine sharpie, white pom-poms, popsicle sticks, and cotton twine.

Father's Day crafts for kids Hooked on Daddy card

20. “You Rock” Father’s Day Gift

Kids can get artistic with this easy-peasy paperweight for Father’s Day. And it’ll speak to Dad’s heart! You’ll need rocks, acrylic paint, glitter glue, a paintbrush, acrylic sealer spray, a black marker, soap and water, a towel, and a gift bag.

Father's Day Crafts for Kids My Dad Rocks paperweight

What Father’s Day crafts do you like to use? Please share them in the comments below!

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Christine Yount Jones is Content Director for Outreach Media Group. She has published several books and hundreds of articles about ministry in the last three decades. Before his death in 2003, Michael Yount and Christine had three children. Now, she and her husband, Ray Jones, together have five grown kids.