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8 Father’s Day Gifts from Preschoolers (and Toddlers, Too!)

Give dad a gift he will treasure forever. These preschool Father's Day gifts are perfect for young children to make.

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Father's Day Crafts for PreschoolersPhoto Courtesy of A Little Pinch of Perfect

Father’s Day Fishing

Does dad love to fish? Then he’ll love this handprint craft from A Little Pinch of Perfect. It’s cute, customized and so much fun to make.

Find more easy Father’s Day crafts here.

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Father's Day Crafts for PreschoolersPhoto Courtesy of The Kindergarten Connection

Baseball Handprint


Your little leaguer will love making this gift just as much as dad will love receiving it. And, the fun idea courtesy of The Kindergarten Connection employs fewer than five supplies.

Whip up one of these ballpark-inspired foods, too.

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Sand Art Brownies


If dad loves to spend time in the kitchen, put together a batch of this tasty brownie mix. Kids can help measure and layer the ingredients—or volunteer to do the dishes once dad’s done whipping up his treats!

Need more homemade Father’s Day gift ideas? Look no further than these tasty food gifts.

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Father's Day Crafts for PreschoolersPhoto Courtesy of The Best Ideas for Kids

Papa Bear Card


Breathe new life into dad’s nickname with The Best Ideas for Kids’ papa bear craft. These paper animals are easy to make and cute enough to hang on the fridge.

Continue the theme and make dad these adorable peanut butter bears.

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painted rocks Father's Day projects for preschoolersCourtesy The Natural Homeschool

Painted Rocks


Dad will appreciate the time and effort your little one put into this colorful craft from The Natural Homeschool. Plus, he can use it at his desk as a paperweight!

While you’re at it, learn about these crafty ways to use paint chips.

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Greeting card with Happy fathers day on wooden tableElena Hramova/Shutterstock

Tool Box Card

Whether it’s a broken bicycle or a bruised knee—dad knows how to fix every problem. Show him what a great fixer upper he is with this tool belt card. You’ll need craft paper, a scissors and a glue stick.

Speaking of Fixer Uppers—these are Joanna Gaines’ favorite foods.

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Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Rods


Curb dad’s sweet tooth with these chocolate-covered pretzel rods. An adult should supervise the melting, but kids can have lots of fun rolling the rods in dad’s favorite toppings.

Kids will love these recipes, too.

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Kid is gluing paper shape on a collage devoted to international family day.Yuriy Golub/Shutterstock

Paper Family

An iconic kids craft, use scissors, craft paper and glue to create a visual representation of your family. For added flair, put it in a frame!

New parents? Bring ’em one of these hearty meals.

Katie Bandurski
Katie is an Associate Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops.

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