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Today's For Your Friday is ideas for Father's Day gifts that kids can make at home with things you already have or for very inexpensive at the local dollar store.
Sometimes children just don't understand the concept of giving to their parents on certain holidays. And sometimes buying a tie or another coffee mug just doesn't hit the spot for good ole Dad. So I've got some fun and easy gifts that kids can make for Dad this year for Father's Day.
- Keepsake Handprints - Simply use ordinary flour dough, which you can make at home then have your child can press their hand print into the dough. Put a name and a year on it, and then bake for several hours. Now you have a great gift for dad for Father;s Day that symbolized that particular year in his child's life.
- Handmade Cards - Definitely the easiest craft for kids to make is a card. You can just use construction paper folded in half to make your card, or you can print out pictures from your computer, glue them onto the card and color. A nice Father's Day gift that kids can be proud of.
So are your kids making something for dad this year? I'd love to hear all about it.
Happy Friday Ya'll.