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How to Make Father's Day Cards and Gifts for Father's Day

 

"Dad, Make No Bones About it, You're Top Dog!"

Father's Day Card Craft - No bones About it www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

White Printer Paper

Colored Paper

Colored Pencils

Markers or Crayons

Glue

How to Make a "Dad, Make No Bones About it, You're Top Dog!" Card Craft for Kids:

1. Draw a picture of a dog with a bone in it's mouth as shown in the picture. If you would like the ears to flop down, draw the ears straight up so that when you cut them out you can bend them down as shown in the picture. Patterns for this craft are available to members only.

Member's No Bones About it - Member's Pattern

2. Cut out the dog, fold down the ears, and glue it to another piece of paper or card stock.

3. Write "Dad, there's no bones about it, you're Top Dog!" on the bottom of the card.

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Note: This card uses two idioms. An idiom is an expression or phrase whose meaning cannot be deduced from the literal definitions, but refers instead to a figurative meaning that is known only through common use: "No bones about it" - no doubt, and "Top Dog" - the best. Also the "Big Cheese" card and the "Apple of my eye" card below, use idioms. You can use these cards to introduce idioms to your children.

Logan makes "Dad, Make No Bones About it, You're Top Dog!" Card Craft with his Dad

Toddle-tested Craft

This is a toddler-tested craft

Two-and-a-half-year-old Logan made this card with his dad. He compared the dog on the card to his own floppy-eared dog.

You can watch Logan making this card on "Logan's Life" to see how your toddler might like to make this craft.

 

 

"Dad, You'll Always be Top Dog with Me!"

Father's Day Card Craft for Kids - "You'll Always be Top Dog to Me!" from www.daniellesplace.com

 

You lift me up when I am down.
You take time to listen to me,
Even when I don't have anything to say.
You teach me new things.
You make me feel special.
You carry me when I can't carry myself.
You let me help even when I'm not very helpful.

This card is available in color or in black and white.

Print out the pattern and glue it to a piece of construction paper.

Member's Top Dog Father's Day Card for Members

It is illegal to copy this poem and place it on another web site even if you include the author's name.

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Free "You're Grrreat" Father's Day Card for Kids to Make

Father's Day Card Craft - Dad, You're Grrrr-eat!" - from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Scissors

Crayons

Typing Paper

Textured Paper or Construction Paper

How to Make a "You're Grrreat" Father's Day Card:

1. Print out the bear pattern and the bear's clothes pattern.

Member's pattern

2. Color the bear and cut out the clothes patterns. Use the clothes patterns as a template to trace onto textured paper. Cut out the clothes and glue them onto the bear.

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"Big Cheese" Father's Day Card Craft for Kids

Father's Day Craft - Big Cheese - from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Card Stock (Heavy Paper)

Yellow Construction Paper

Crayons

Yarn for Tail and Whiskers

Tape and Glue

Marker

Pink or Red Fun Foam Hearts

 

How to Make a "Big Cheese" Father's Day Card:

1. Print out the Pattern or draw a large egg shape on a piece of card stock. Cut out the pattern. Fold down the top of the egg shape to make the mouse's face. Cut out ears and feet shapes and glue them to the mouse.

Member's big cheese Father's Day Card pattern

2. Cut yarn for the whiskers and the tail and tape them to the back of the mouse so that they can be seen from the front. Glue a pink fun foam heart on for the nose or cut a nose shape from construction paper.

3. Cut a cheese shape from yellow construction paper and draw on little circles for the holes. Write "Dad, you're the Big Cheese" on the piece of cheese and stick it in the mouse's mouth. Tape it to the mouse so it doesn't fall out.

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Free "Dad, My Love for you Keeps Growing!" Dog Card

expanding dog card picture

What you will need:

Legal-sized Paper

Colored Pencils

Scissors

How to Make a "Dad, My Love for you Goes On and On!" Dog Card Craft:

1. Print out the pattern and cut the cards out.

Member's pattern

Instant Digital Download pattern2

2. Color the dogs and fold them as shown.

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Free Words Pencil Holder Craft for Dad

Word Pencil Holder Craft for Dad for Father's Day from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Old Magazines

Colored Paper

Tacky Glue

Construction Paper

Empty Tin Can

How to Make a Can Pencil Holder for Dad:

1. Make sure your can is clean and there are no sharp edges.

2. Cut out words from magazines describing your dad or use the free printable words pattern. Print the pattern out onto different colors of paper and cut around the words.

Member's Pencil Holder Pattern

Free Instant Digital Download pattern4

3. Glue the words to the can.

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"A Wiggle and A Giggle, I Love You so Much I Just Have to Giggle! "Father's Day Card

The little bear on this card wiggles back and forth.

Father's Day Card Craft Kids Can Make from www.daniellesplace.com

What you will need:

Card Stock

Crayons

Scissors

Tape

How to Make a "A Wiggle and A Giggle, I Love You so Much I Just Have to Giggle! "Father's Day Card

1. Print out the pattern for the bears, cut them out and color them. Cut out the curly cue looking thing on the solid lines to make a snake.

Member's bear pattern

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2. Print out the card patterns and cut them apart. Tape the bears to the center of the card. Tape the outside end of the snake to the card and the inside end to the back of the bear. This will allow the bear to wiggle back and forth when the card is picked up.

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"I Can Help My Dad" Printable Book and "Litter Critter" Activity for Father's Day

I Can Help My Dad Printable  Book for Father's Day

 

I can help my dad build a dog house.
I can help my dad dig.
I can help my dad pack.
I can help my dad at the store.
I can help my dad pick berries.
I can help my dad build things.
I can help my dad plant a tree.
I can help my dad with the camp fire.
I can help my dad fish.
I can help my dad feel good!"I Can Help My Dad" Printable Book

What to do:

1. Print out the book and assemble the pages.

Member's I Can Help My Dad member's Pattern

2. Read "Just Helping My Dad" by Mercer Mayer. You should be able to find this book in your local library. After reading the book ask your child if he or she noticed that in every picture there are little critters. Go through the book, page by page, and help your child find the spider, mouse, and any other little critters on each page.

3. Help your child read the "I Can Help My Dad" printable book and then suggest that he or she draw in little critters like Mercer Mayer's "Little Critter" books. (above)

4. Visit the Little Critter Web Site to find out more about Mercer Mayer, download apps, print out coloring pages, read interactive books, download songs, and much more.

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"I Love You a Bunch!" Father's Day Card Craft

 

What you will need:

Cardstock (Heavy Weight Paper), Purple Do A Dot Markers, Ink Pad or Purple Paint, and Markers

 

How to make this Fathers's Day Card:

1. Before class print out the card patterns. Patterns are available in 7.5" x 10" and 5" x 7.5", both Mom and Dad cards, and cards with no words.

Member's Member's Pattern "I Love You a Bunch" Card

Instant Digital Download - $2.00 Instant Digital Download "I Love you a bunch"

2. In class have your children use Do A Dot Dot Markers or their fingers to make the grape shapes. (You can also use a carrot that has the top cut off or a round sponge dipped in paint to make the grape shapes.)

3. To finish have your children draw little faces on each grape.