A sweet collection of Father’s Day Cards that kids can make, all of these ideas would make a great Father’s Day Gift for that special guy (or double-duty mom) in your child’s life!
Father’s Day Cards Kids Can Make
Even though we are a single parent family (no dad in the picture), every single one of my daycare kids came from a two-parent household with a Mom and a Dad, so Father’s Day has never gone unnoticed around here! (And I’ve never objected to receiving Father’s Day gifts myself – I still have the paper tie my daughter made for me when she was two!)
We love making homemade BBQ sauces or Chocolate-Covered Golf Ball OREOs for dads – but no matter what you give dad, it should always come with a thoughtful, handmade card.
These 15 Father’s Day Card Ideas are all wonderful ideas that kids can actually make without much help (perfect for when you are trying to help 6 kids do a craft all at the same time!)
Also, if you are a teacher or daycare provider with a wide variety of family structures, this post from my friend Alison over at No Time for Flashcards is a thoughtful approach. Keep in mind that all families have their own narratives, and if you’re not sure what would be best – ask!
Cute Father’s Day Card Ideas
If your dad is out of this world, tell him with this Galaxy Constellation Father’s Day Card from Crafts by Amanda.
A cute way to give dad some keepsake handprints – Give Me a High Five Father’s Day Card from A Little Pinch of Perfect.
Kids can have fun designing this DIY Felt Stickers Father’s Day Card from Crafts Unleashed.
Even the youngest kids can make a Sticker Resist Father’s Day Card from Craftulate (just be sure to use non-toxic paint or even edible paints if they are still tasting everything).
Remind dad about just how special he is with this One in a Melon Father’s Day Card from Pink Stripey Socks.
Raid the recycle bin to make these Toilet Roll Father’s Day Card from Pink Stripey Socks.
The perfect card for the dad who gives the perfect hugs – Father’s Monster Hug Card from Kids Craft Room.
Whether dad is a handyman, or just tries to be, he will appreciate this Father’s Day Footprint Card from Love Create Celebrate.
Our I Love You THIS MUCH kid-made card is a great card for kids to make themselves – and they love stretching out the hands to show just how much they love you!
A punny joke for those golfer dads, this 3D Handprint Golfer Father’s Day Card Crafty Morning is going to leave him chuckling.
If your family is Disney-obsessed like ours, this Monsters Inc. Inspired Footprint Father’s Day Card from I Heart Arts n Crafts would be perfect!
If you like to sing “You are my Sunshine” to your children, this Sunshine Noodle Father’s Day Card from Crafty Morning is an easy option for kids.
My favorite kid-made cards are the ones where you can only see the kids’ handiwork, so this Mosaic Fish Father’s Day Card from Ramblings of a Crazy Woman is a favorite.
Or, if Dad is a big Star Wars fan, check out this Handprint Yoda Father’s Day Card from I Heart Arts n Crafts.
My mouth was watering after finding this You’re the Coolest Father’s Day Card from Homeschool Pre-School.
A handmade card is always such a treasured gift when kids actually make it themselves – so don’t worry about it being perfect and have fun with any of these awesome kid-made card ideas!