7 Jun 2023 | 6 min Read
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Father’s Day is just around the corner. If you are in search of fun and creative Father’s Day activities that will help your kids strengthen their bond and make special memories, then you are at the right place.
We have compiled some brilliant ideas, including games and activities that can help your little one showcase their love for the most respected and special man in their life. Read on to get inspired by these ideas and organise a memorable day both for your kids and their doting dad.
Have a special Father’s Day-themed photo shoot that you can cherish for years to come / Image credit: Freepik
Get all the grandpas, dads, uncles, and kids together for a Father’s Day-themed outdoor photo shoot. Your family will love having these pictures and cherishing them year after year. You can also take some sentimental shots, or bring in some photo booth props for some goofy fun with the family.
This simple activity can help your partner enjoy a relaxing day and also spend valuable time with your kids. You can plant some new flowers, vegetables, or herbs. Top off the gardening time with some cool drinks and water play to beat the summer heat and keep cool.
Because Dads deserve a hearty breakfast in bed on this special day. Cook up some delicious recipes and let your little one’s surprise their father with a fulfilling meal for their Dad while they start their day.
You can never go wrong with a dress-up party, and whether you are planning to set up an afternoon tea party or a fancy one, your husband will love re-enacting his favourite movie characters along with the kids and having a gala time.
This activity is as special for your kids as it is for your husband. Have your little one pick out their favourite story books and take turns to read it aloud. It’s also a perfect pre-bedtime activity and will help you wind down after a day full of Father’s Day fun.
Whether your kids and their father love collecting coins, stamps, or any other hard-to-find item, Father’s Day is a great occasion to help them dig in some new material for their collection.
You can also use this idea to start a new Father’s Day tradition, where your kids and their Dad can collect model cars, sea shells, or rare action figurines together.
Plan a DIY project that your husband and kid will love participating in together / Image credit: Freepik
Tackling a DIY project can be more fun if you do it as a family. Whether it’s making a birdhouse or re-organising your little one’s room, it can be a great way to spend time together as a family, and also strengthen the father-child relationship.
There’s no denying that dads can make some pretty elaborate pillow forts. So encourage your little one and your husband to build a fort together and stack them with pillows, blankets, and a bunch of fairy lights. Once done, your little one can enjoy a cozy storybook reading time or watch a funny movie and laugh out loud with their dad.
Giving back to people just feels extremely special. This selfless act also teaches kids valuable life lessons and instills good morals in them. It will also make your partner feel content, and enable family bonding time.
You can volunteer at a local charity or donate your extra clothes, toys, books, and other items at a children’s home.
Sure, your husband can scroll through Instagram and Facebook and marvel at his favourite and cherished family photos. But sometimes, there’s nothing better than putting a one-of-a-kind scrapbook that highlights your family’s goofy and hilarious glory, including your little one’s first day at school, or your munchkin’s surprised face after trying ice cream for the first time.
Your husband too will love picking out his favourite pictures, while reminiscing the loving memories and adding descriptions of some of his beloved family memories.
Head outdoors with the entire family for a fun picnic day / Image credit: Freepik
Get some sunshine and head outdoors for a fun picnic. Pick a special picnic spot surrounded by beautiful scenery and surprise your partner by packing his favourite foods. While coming back, you can stop at your munchkin’s favourite park and spend the evening playing games together and having a memorable family time.
Make it a special occasion by setting up a big screen and projector in your room to give Dad the ultimate cinematic experience. Binge on a series of heartfelt movies and have popcorn and other munchies ready for an evening filled with love, laughter, and goofiness.
It’s a holiday, so allow your little one’s get creative and make a range of desserts for their loving dad. Now, make your husband try out the desserts and do a blind taste test to discover which recipe he loves the most.
This idea combines mystery, sugar, and intrigue, in short, a perfect way to Father’s Day and enjoy some quality family time.
If you are looking for a creative idea, then this one is perfect for you. Your kids can make up a skit with costumes or do a dramatic reading or just sing along to their Dad’s favourite songs. Seeing the kids sing and dance will surely make your husband’s day, and they may also join the show to add up to the fun.
If both your husband and kids love amusement parks, then this is the perfect idea for you. Depending on the weather, you can choose to head to an amusement park, a theme park, or a water park. This will help your p[artner bring out his inner child while spending a fun day with the kids and creating core memories that he will cherish forever.
These Father’s Day activities will bring a bright smile to your husband’s face and make them feel special and valued. These activities will also enable quality family time and help strengthen father-child relationships. So pick up the activities that suit your partner’s preferences the best, and get planning along with your munchkins.
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