These easy Father’s Day crafts for toddlers will show Dad just how much he’s loved without destroying your home or taking up your entire week. Choose from three printable Father’s Day craft ideas below!
What are you and your kid doing for Dad this Father’s Day?
If you’re on the hunt for cute DIY Father’s Day crafts for 2-year-olds and up, you’re in the right place! In addition to being appropriate for preschoolers, these Father’s Day crafts for kids are relatively quick to put together and low-mess. In other words, you don’t need a Ph.D. in glue guns and glitter to help your little one tackle these projects nor will you have to spend the next two months cleaning up the aftermath. 😉
Bonus: Other easy low-mess options for Father’s Day preschool crafts are coloring pages! Get started with these 3 Happy Father’s Day coloring pages or these 3 free printable Father’s Day coloring pages.
Printable Father’s Day Crafts for Toddlers: Toolbox Craft
Is Dad the handy type? (Or does he at least think he’s the handy type?) If so, he’ll probably appreciate this Father’s Day craft for toddlers, which features a toolbox, filled with tools, and the sweet sentiment “I Could Not Have Built a Better Dad.”
Bonus: Are you the handy type? If so, be sure to check out these additional Father’s Day craft ideas, which may require a smidge more effort than these Father’s Day preschool crafts.
Homemade Father’s Day Craft Ideas: Popsicle Card
Dad’s heart will melt like a popsicle left in the summer sun when he receives this Father’s Day craft for kids. And you’ll be a fan of this Father’s Day preschool crafts project too since it requires minimal adult supervision and assistance.
Bonus: This Father’s Day craft for 2-year-olds and up features a sweet treat that looks almost good enough to eat. If it’s making you and the fam hungry, consider pairing this card with some homemade nutritious and delicious popsicles like these DIY orange juice and fruit popsicles.
Easy Father’s Day Crafts for Kids: Bear Card
This Father’s Day craft for toddlers allows your kid to make a “papa bear” card that, in the words of Goldilocks is “just right.” 😉 You could take this craft idea one step further and make a whole bear family, with one for each member of your family!
Bonus: The Father’s Day fun doesn’t have to end here! Whether you’re looking for more Father’s Day crafts for 2-year-olds or printables for kids of all ages, you’ll find them here on Freebie Finding Mom. Get inspired and get started with frugal and free Father’s Day printables and crafts and these 12 Father’s Day crafts for preschoolers.