Father's day crafts for toddlers
There’s no better way to show dad you care than with some handmade art made from the heart. Make Father’s Day extra fun this year with dad-friendly crafts! These simple crafts are easy enough for small hands, making them the perfect activity for toddlers. Here are a few of our favorite Father’s Day crafts for toddlers.
DIY Father’s Day Card
Dad, Pops, or ‘Old Man’ — whatever you call your father, make him a card to show him how much he means to you! This free Kid Made Modern Printable makes for the perfect Father’s Day Card.
The free Father's Day Printable features both an exterior and interior design, so print double-sided on the same piece of white cardstock. Alternatively, you can just print the exterior and fill the inside of the card with your own design!
Next, use Kid Made Modern’s Washable Double Pointed Markers to color in the card! The set features 15 bold and vibrant hues. Use every color to make your card really “Pop”!
Click here for the full instructions to the DIY Father’s Day Card.
Dandelion Flower Art
Get outside with dad for this fun, nature-inspired craft! Dandelions and flowers abound in the summertime — right around Father’s Day! All you’ll need is dandelions, glue, and paper to make fabulous “Daddy”lion art!
Begin by selecting a colorful piece of construction paper or card stock. For some extra fun, use our Wondrous Watercolor Kit to create your own background by painting watercolors onto a piece of paper from the Watercolor Pad.
Now, gather your dandelions! Get outside with dad and pick as many dandelions as you can find. If there are no dandelions in your area, you can use any small and colorful flower or leaf!
Next, pick the stems off the dandelion at the base of the flower so that just the flowers remain. This is a great tactile activity for little hands!
Use white glue to create the shape you’d like your dandelions to make on the paper. Use the glue to draw a large heart, or spell out “D-A-D”!
Finally, stick the dandelions onto the glue and let dry. You’ll have “dandy” Father’s day art!
Click here for the full instructions to the Dandelion Flower Art.
Rock Bracelet DIY
Show dad he “rocks” with this DIY Rock Bracelet! Kid Made Modern’s Rock Star Jewelry Making Kit makes it easy to create simple and down-to-earth jewelry.
With a grown-up’s help, use scissors to cut a small length of the hemp string. Tie a large knot at one end of the string.
Next, add the beads! The Rock Star Jewelry Kit has a plethora of rock and gem-inspired beads. Stringing beads is a great activity for young ones to practice their fine-motor skills!
Once you’ve strung all the beads, tie both ends of the hemp string together to close the bracelet. Dad will have an awesome keepsake that he can wear on his wrist as a reminder of your special bond!
Nature Exploration Kits
Go on a fun Father’s Day adventure! Kid Made Modern’s Backyard Explorer Kit is the perfect craft/activity for a fun dad’s day celebration.
The Backyard Explorer Kit features an 18-page activity book that guides you through the great outdoors of your own backyard! Explore trees, plants, and animals like never before with your very own set of paper binoculars. The kit also features washable markers, sticker sheets, and even a compass!
This outdoors, open-ended activity is perfect for toddlers. Help your kiddo draw their own version of your backyard, or collect leaves and attach them to the journal!
Looking to explore even more nature with Dad? Go beyond the backyard with Kid Made Modern’s Nature Journal Kit.
This kit features a sketchbook full of nature-inspired prompts. Head out to your favorite park or natural area with dad, and work to fill in the prompts together! This activity helps little ones learn all about the world around them, and allows for some very special dad and kid bonding.
Your dad is rad, and so are these awesome crafts and activities! With the help of Kid Made Modern, you can make this Father’s Day especially artful. Toddlers will love working on these simple and colorful crafts, and dad will love the time spent together making art!