Are you looking for ideas to celebrate Father’s Day with kids? Search no more, at Linen Chest we have got you covered! We have curated 16 fun family activities for an unforgettable Father’s Day.
1. Have a picnic at home or at the park
Gather your supplies (dad’s favourite foods and snacks) and have a fun picnic in the backyard or at the park together.
2. Have a water balloon fight
Embrace your inner child and have a water balloon fight in the yard.
3. Fly a kite
If it’s a windy day you can head outdoors to fly a kite.
4. Play in the sprinklers
How about a good old fun water balloon fight with dad? Turn on the sprinklers and play water games that will refresh you and will guarantee a lot of family fun.
5. Plant a garden
Get your kids involved with planting a garden or some flowers. No room outdoors? Try an indoor planter box.
6. Draw on the sidewalk with chalk
Take out the sidewalk chalk and get creative, you can decorate your sidewalk for all the neighbours to see, draw something nice for dad or have a sidewalk drawing contest.
Get Creative with Fun Arts & Crafts
7. Put on a puppet show
Make or buy puppets and put on a puppet show with the kids.
8. Make a scrapbook
Create memories you can keep forever with a scrapbook.
9. Do an arts and crafts project
Painting, drawing, and paper crafts are all fun ways to get the kid's creative juices flowing. Draw dad’s portrait or craft something nice that he can keep when it’s done.
10. Make or buy a bird feeder and birdwatch
Is your dad a bird lover? Or are there a lot of different types of birds around your house? Attract local birds with a bird feeder outside your window and observe them at a closer distance.
11. Paint rocks
Get creative and paint some small rocks with pretty pictures and inspirational sayings. Then hide them around the house for your dad to find.
Fun Cooking Activities for the Family
12. Make homemade popsicles
Gather your favourite fruit juices for homemade popsicles.
13. Make ice cream
Get out your ice cream maker and whip up some delicious summer flavours.
14. Have a themed dinner and teach them to cook
If your kids are old enough to learn how to cook, teach them with a fun themed dinner.
Celebrate with a Family Night at Home
15. Do a puzzle together
Put your thinking caps on and try to complete a puzzle as a family.
16. Have a movie night with homemade popcorn
Whip out the popcorn maker, grab the candy, and have an at-home movie night.