Looking for preschool crafts for Father’s Day? You have come to the right place! Here are loads of ideas that are perfect for preschoolers to make as homemade gifts. If you are looking for other craft themes or seasons, you’ll want to take a peek at my main Preschool Crafts page.
Little one’s just love making homemade gifts. The pride and joy they get from making their own special creations and gifting them to those they love is like nothing else. That is why preschool crafts for Father’s Day are so important.
I have searched my whole blog for my favorite preschooler-friendly Father’s Day crafts. These are fun activities to enjoy with two and three-year-olds! They are so fun to make and also make a wonderful gift for a Dad, a Grandpa, or any father figure.
I hope you find a craft just perfect for you and yours!
Preschool Crafts for Father’s Day
Father’s Day Cards – First, let’s make and decorate a lovely card! There are five covers and five interiors to choose from; pick your favorites, print, and—presto!—a custom Father’s Day card.
Porcupine Woodworking Craft – This craft is great for little ones to get plenty of hammering practice! The more nails, the more porcupine-like the little critter will be. We also share some fun tricks for keeping those tiny fingers safe.
Hang On! Bookmark – Make Dad or Grampa have a good chuckle each time they open their favorite book. There’s your little one! Hanging on every word! Oh, I just couldn’t resist! This craft is so easy to make and will definitely get a smile from the gift giver and receiver.
Woodworking Crafts for Handy Kids – It can be such a rewarding experience for little ones to use “big person” tools to create something out of nothing. Imagine how proud they’ll be to share such a craft with a loved one. Many of these posts are chock-full of woodworking suggestions for little ones, so take the plunge and try one today!
Homemade Cards for Father’s Day – Want even more homemade Father’s Day card ideas? Look no further than this massive collection of ideas!
Make Believe: The Drawing Chef – Gift dad a “night out” at a restaurant where the chef, waiter, and artist are none other than Dad’s favorite little ones! You could draw all of Dad’s favorite foods to choose from or even make your own menu. How sweet!
Even More Father’s Day Gift Ideas that Kids Can Make
Felt Embroidered Coffee Cup Cozies by CraftWhack – For kids who like to sew and embroider, these look fun to make!
Painted Mosaic Styrofoam Tile Picture Frame by Pink Stripey Socks – This colorful frame looks like it would be such a fun gift for kids can make themselves.
Fabric Resist Art Pillows by Meri Cherry – What a gorgeous art technique for the kids to use as they make pillows to give to their dada!
Family Portrait Embroidery Hoop by Mama.Papa.Bubba – All dads love family portraits and their child’s artwork. What better way to bring a smile to Dad’s face than with this adorable family portrait embroidery hoop?
“King of the Grill” Lion Handprint BBQ Apron by On My Kid’s Plate – The grilling dad always needs an apron. This kid-designed handprint BBQ apron is as adorable as it is useful. It’s the perfect Father’s Day gift for your “King of the Grill!”
Kid-Made Scribble Mug by I Heart Arts n Crafts – Have a coffee-loving Dad? The kids can make him this scribble mug with a white ceramic mug, stickers, and Sharpie markers. It’s so easy, even a toddler can create a one-of-a-kind mug for Father’s Day!
Salt Dough Handprint Bowl by Messy Little Monsters – Dad will love this adorable keepsake handprint bowl to keep his change and keys in. It’s easy to make with some air-dry clay and acrylic paints.
Handprint Grilling Plate by Crafty Mama in ME – If Dad is a grill man, he needs a grilling plate! This adorable plate with the children’s handprints on it will be treasured forever. All you need is a white plate, some paints, and markers to create this homemade Father’s Day gift.
DIY Cedarwood Beard Balm by Fireflies and Mudpies. This homemade Father’s Day gift is for the bearded dads who would enjoy a little pampering. With a little help, the kids can mix up some manly scented, cedarwood beard balm.
Decorating Golf Balls by Laughing Kids Learn – Do you have a golfing dad? Have the kids decorate some golf balls with permanent markers for a one-of-a-kind Father’s Day gift.
Painted Rock Garden Markers by Crafts by Amanda – These painted rock garden markers are the perfect homemade Father’s Day gift that kids can make for the gardening dad. All that is needed are some good-sized rocks and acrylic paint to create unique garden markers.
Make a Car Air Freshener by Suburbia Unwrapped – This simple homemade car air freshener is the perfect homemade Father’s Day gift for the car enthusiast dad. To make this easy air freshener, you’ll need some fabric, basic craft supplies, and Grandpa’s favorite essential oil scent.
LEGO DIY Key Hanger by Felix Grauer at Design\Milk – Kids can help Dad keep track of his keys by making this simple LEGO key hanger. It’s an easy, homemade Father’s Day gift for kids to make using LEGO bricks they probably already have.
Whether you are looking for a Father’s Day craft for your own little preschooler or you are looking for a craft perfect for your preschool class, I bet you will find it on this list!
Happy Father’s Day crafting, friends!