Father’s Day is right around the corner. Now is the best time to plan ahead and help your kids make some Father’s Day cards for their Dad and/or Father figures. Below are 30 of the best Father’s Day cards for kids to make from around the web!
This year there will be a few more cards in the mail heading out to Grandpas and Dads that cannot be visited just now. Making these cards with our little ones, instead of buying them, helps our children learn about the power of gifting our time to someone. Taking time out of our day to sit, think about a loved one, and craft him a very special card is simply FULL of kindness.
And teaching kindness is a good thing (channeling my inner Martha, again)
Whether you have a toddler, preschooler or big kid this list is sure to give you some great ideas for homemade cards for Father’s Day.
This list is organized by age according to how easy or difficult the homemade cards are for kids to make and also by subject matter.
Homemade Cards for Father’s Day that Kids Can Make
Most of these homemade cards for Father’s Day are made with basic craft supplies that you probably already have at home or can easily obtain. These 30 homemade Father’s Day Cards that kids can make that are sure to bring a smile to any dad or father figure’s face!
Homemade Cards for Father’s Day that Toddlers Can Make
Father’s Day Tie Card by Messy Little Monsters. Toddlers can let their dad know they are “tie-rrific” with this cute shirt card with printable tie. Just print off the tie and let your toddler decorate with markers or fingerprints!
Finger Painting Fish Father’s Day Card by Crafts on Sea. With this adorable finger painted fish father’s day card toddlers can tell their dad they are “fin-tastic!” All that is needed for this card is paper, markers and finger paints.
Handprint Dinosaur Father’s Day Card by Crafty Morning. Toddlers can let Daddy know he’s “Roarsome” with this adorable handprint dinosaur Father’s Day card. All you need is some green paper and washable green paint.
Father’s Day Handprint Fish Card by Little Pinch of Perfect. Help your toddler make adorable little handprint fish for this Father’s Day Card. All you need is some washable paint, colored paper and this free printable.
Printable Hand Print Father’s Day Card by Pepper Scraps. This printable Father’s Day card could not be any easier! Just print it out and help your toddler make a high five hand print with some washable paint.
More Father’s Day Cards for Toddlers to Make
Following in My Daddy’s Shoes Father’s Day Card by Crafty Morning. This is the perfect Father’s Day card for the military Dad. Just use some paint to make a boot print followed by a foot print of your toddler.
Father’s Day Footprint Card by Love Create Celebrate. This is a great card for the handy dad. Use some washable paint to make your toddler’s footprint and finger prints into a hammer and nails.
Handprint Yoda Father’s Day Card by I Heart Arts N Crafts. With this Star Wars Father’s Day card, toddlers can tell their dad “Yoda Best!” It’s the perfect card for the geeky dad.
Fingerprint Monkey Card by Crafty Morning. Your little monkeys can make this simple Father’s Day card with some brown washable paint and their thumbprints. It’s the perfect card for multiple youngsters to make together for their dad.
“I Love You Berry Much” Fingerprint Raspberry Father’s Day Card by Crafty Morning. Toddlers can make this adorable berry Father’s Day Card. All that is needed is some washable raspberry colored paint and paper!
Homemade Cards for Father’s Day that Preschoolers Can Make
Fish Cupcake Liner Father’s Day Card by Feeling Nifty. This adorable Father’s Day card is simple enough for preschoolers to create on their own. All you need is some paper, cupcake liners, basic craft supplies and glue!
Handprint Dinosaur Father’s Day Card by The Joy of Sharing. Make this cute dinosaur Father’s Day card with your preschooler to let dad know they are “dino-mite”! All you have to do is trace your preschoolers hand on some cardstock and glue on a dinosaur neck to make this card.
Easy Popsicle Father’s Day Card with Printable by Projects with Kids. With some paper, water color paints and craft sticks, preschoolers can let dad know he’s the coolest with this easy popsicle Father’s Day Card. Kids can personalize it with some googly-eyes and stickers!
Turtle Handprint Father’s Day Card at Red Ted Art. This handprint turtle Father’s Day card lets Dad know he’s “Turtley Awesome”! It’s the perfect card for preschoolers to make with a little help.
Guess WHOOO Loves You Father’s Day Card by I Heart Crafty Things. Preschoolers can help make this adorable owl Father’s Day card. All that is needed is some colored paper, glue and paper brads.
More Father’s Day Cards for Preschoolers to Make
Daddy Shark Father’s Day Card by Arty Crafty Kids. This Daddy Shark Father’s Day card is simply adorable! Just print, cut and glue with your preschooler to make this fun card.
Meaningful Kid’s Handprint Father’s Day Card by Crafty Morning. This Father’s Day card is simple, yet meaningful. Simply trace your preschoolers hand, cut out a small heart and glue onto the card.
DIY Father’s Day Rocket Card by Non-Toy Gifts. With shapes pre-cut out of colored paper, preschoolers can create this rocket Father’s Day card. All that is needed is paper, yarn and glue.
Fingerprint Golf Ball Father’s Day Card by Crafty Morning. This card is perfect for the golfing dad. Preschoolers can simply paint a golfball with their fingerprints to create this clever card.
Printable Father’s Day Cards by Preschool Play and Learn. If you are short on time, print out some printable Father’s Day cards and have you preschooler color them in. They could use crayons, markers or watercolor paints on card stock paper.
Homemade Cards for Father’s Day that Kids Can Make
DIY Baby Yoda Paper Card by Hello, Wonderful. Young artists can draw and color in this adorable baby Yoda card to give to their dad for Father’s Day. The supplies for this card are super simple. It just takes markers and paper to say “Yoda Best!” on Father’s Day.
Dollar Bill Origami Shirt Father’s Day Card by Crafty Morning. For the hard working Dad, older kids can fold an origami shirt with a dollar bill to create this clever Father’s Day card. They will only need some paper and a marker in addition to a dollar bill.
Father’s Day Fry Box by Handmade Charlotte. Big kids can write what their dad means to them with this adorable fry box card idea. And the best part about this Father’s Day card is it is completely printable! All you have to do it cute it out and write the messages on the fries!
“You’re One in a Minion” Card by Crafty Morning. Older kids can draw a minion for this cute Father’s Day card. So grab some paper, markers, crayons or colored pencils and a coke bottle cap for the goggles then get your craft on.
Father’s Day Pizza Card by Sea of Knowledge. Make a cute Father’s Day card with dad’s favorite food! All that is needed is the printable template, craft foam and glue to make this clever card.
More Father’s Day Cards for Big Kids to Make
Google World’s Best Dad Father’s Day Card by Creating Really Awesome Fun Things. Older kids or teens can draw this clever Father’s Day card. All that is needed is some paper and markers or colored pencils to create this fun card!
Light Up Father’s Day Cards by Left Brain Craft Brain. Here’s another cool Father’s Day card for the geeky dad. Simply print out this free printable card and attach a skinny glow stick to create this fun Star Wars Light Saber card.
DIY Father’s Day Turtle Card from Frugal Mom Eh. This cute Turtle Father’s Day card is perfect for the crafty kid to make. So grab the printable template, craft foam, paper and glue and you are good to go!
Easy Popsicle Father’s Day Card by Homeschool Preschool. Kids can Dad know he’s the coolest by creating this easy popsicle Father’s Day card. All that is needed is the printable template, bright colored craft foam, craft sticks and glue.
Free Printable Father’s Day Craft Card by 123 Homeschool 4 Me. With this free printable older kids can write all about their dad. While this is more of a craft or keepsake, it can be given as a card.
I hope this list of 30 Father’s Day cards that kids can make has given you some good ideas for cards your toddlers, preschoolers or big kids can create and give to their dad and/or father figures in their lives.
And to all the Dads celebrating on Sunday June 21st, HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!
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