Stuck for last minute Father's Day gift ideas that the children can make themselves to share with their special person on Father's Day?
There is nothing more special to a parent than receiving a gift their child has created themselves but don't over complicate the process! Encourage your children to try one of these 10 easy projects before the big day.
Empowered Ed member Kristin shared this idea with us recently - the children made cards, a world's greatest dad award and home made BBQ sauce rub (such a great idea- Dad's own BBQ Spice Blend to try out!!).
You'll definitely see Dad coming with these bright tie dyed socks that the children made with Empowered Ed member Kylie! The children will have a lot of fun making these (you could also make a matching child sized pair too!).
Katrina shared her creative idea of homemade choc chip biscuits beautifully wrapped and a unique painted cap. Special!
We've collected some more creative gift ideas that the children can make from around the web for you to try, simply click on the highlighted links to learn more about each project:
My twins loved making these personalised gifts for their Dad a few years ago and they still hang proudly on the wall at home!
For even more inspiration you can find more fantastic & creative gifts made by children for Father's Day shared by clever early childhood educators in this blog post.
Why not join my Empowered Educator Facebook Community where you can connect and swap more activity ideas just like these with fellow early childhood educators around the world. It's FREE to join!
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Jodie Clarke is an early childhood professional supporting educators who want and need to stay passionate about the work they do! She has 30 years hands-on experience in the early childhood and human services sectors across many different roles.
Jodie is mum to 3 in Australia and has already helped thousands of educators with their work through her popular blog posts, activity ideas, online training and e-books.