This year, help your child create a one-of-a-kind Father’s Day gift. There is something so precious about the way that young children look up to their fathers. Small eyes and ears pay close attention to their daddy’s every move. I bet if you were to ask a small child about her dad, she could readily tell you about her father’s favorite activities, food preferences—and probably a few humorous anecdotes about his mannerisms as well!
This Father’s Day, consider including your child(ren) in creating a gift that is sure to please every dad: a personalized worksheet that captures all of the delightful observations of a child’s impression of his or her father.
Children as young as three years old can easily respond to these questions with the help of an adult who writes out the answers. For kids who are able to pen their own responses, dads will be delighted to receive this work of art in their kids’ handwriting. Misspelled words only add to the charm of the gift.
Wisdom of the Wounded has teamed up with lifestyle blogger Donna Sawyer of the Celebrating Life and Food blog to bring you a free, downloadable “My Dad” worksheet for your young ones to complete. All you need to do is click here to download and print off the worksheet on a colored printer. Then, sit down with your kiddos, give them a snack and conduct an “interview” to uncover what are sure to be adorable (and surprising!) opinions about your young one’s dad.
Want more fun ideas for ways to honor dads on Father’s Day? See our posts Create a Sports Basket for Dad, and Breakfast in Bed for Dad – Easy Recipes.