Looking for Fathers Day crafts preschoolers can make with some ideas for gifts and DIY cards too? You’re in the right place as we’ve got over 30 easy ideas you’ll love to make and dads will love to receive!
I know that handmade gifts from kids are often the most treasured and these cute ideas are ones any dad would want to keep forever.
Fathers Day Crafts Preschoolers Can Make
There’s nothing quite like receiving a handmade gift or card. As a parent you know that your child will have put a lot of effort in to them and they make fantastic keepsakes, it lovely over the years looking back at what you child has made.
The Father’s Day craft ideas that I’m sharing today are all designed to be suitable for preschoolers to make with help from an adult but you’ll find that lots of them are suitable for kids of all ages including many that toddlers can help create.
As you will know though, children at this age develop rapidly so take a look through the list for the ideas which are most suitable to your child’s age, abilities and most importantly to their interests.
This is an older post but I’ve updated it over the years to add new Fathers Day crafts and gift ideas as we’ve shared them or when I’ve found something new that I just had to share.
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Fathers Day Cards Preschoolers Can Make
Preschoolers can color in our free printable Fathers Day card with it’s cool 3D rocket design.
We all know that dad rocks so why not get out into your backyard and look for a rock that you can decorate for this fun ‘Dad you rock’ card from A Dab of Glue Will Do.
We love this simple fish Fathers Day card that you can decorate with fingerprints. You can click through to the tutorial for this but I’ve also shared a video of how we made it to this page if you’d like to take a look.
Grab some craft foam sheets and the free template to make this cool Fathers Day watermelon card from Frugal Mom Eh.
I love the fun 3D effect of this popcorn card from I Heart Arts and Crafts.
This footprint rocket card from The Best Ideas For Kids would make a love;y keepsake, after all who doesn’t love to look back and see how little those hands and feet were?
Got a dad who’s a bit of a hero? Make sure he knows it with this easy medal Fathers Day card from Crafts on Sea to show him he’s number one!
Is your dad a sports fan? How about making this baseball Fathers Day card from the Soccer Mom.
Superhero’s a always popular with kids and often with dad’s too! Why not make this pop up Batman Fathers Day card from Crafts on Sea.
We love a cheesy saying on our cards so this fan-tastic Fathers Day Card that preschoolers can help design works perfectly for us!
Younger kids will be able to enjoy sticking down the tape for this washi tape card from The Gingerbread House and older ones will be able to help cut the letters out with scissors.
The Best Ideas For Kids has a fun tutorial for this sweet ‘hooked on daddy’ card.
We love Star Wars so this colour in BB8 card from Simple Everyday Mom would be perfect for our family.
Homeschool Preschool shares how to make this ice lolly father’s day card.
Follow Easy Peasy and Fun’s tutorial to make this DIY Father’s Day shirt card.
This Fathers Day thumbs up card from Easy Peasy and Fun looks really fun and I love the 3D effect.
Make this cool rocket card from Non Toy Gifts.
Crafty Morning’s handprint dinosaur card would make a great keepsake too.
Fathers Day Gifts Preschoolers Can Make
I love these fun fingerprint glass magnets from Rhythms of Play as you can pop them on your fridge and look at them all year round.
Create a Fathers Day photo frame with this tutorial from I Heart Crafty Things and don’t forget to pop a cute picture in it!
We made these saltdough fingerprint keyrings but to ensure that they last a long time you could also make them with air drying clay.
Got a dad who loves reading? How about making these craft stick bookmarks from Red Ted Art for him?
These personalised coasters from Playground Parkbench are so sweet and I love that they are practical too!
Make this simple personalised necktie following the tutorial from Kids Craft Room.
My kids loved making these Fathers Day mugs and they were really well loved and used too!
We created this Fathers Day photo gift several years ago but we still have the photos up now so it’s a great keepsake.
Rhythms of Play shares how to make a personalised candle holder.
Grab your favorite pictures to make this photo remote caddy from Teach Me Mommy.
Tie shaped bookmark from Buggy and Buddy is the perfect craft for dad’s that love a good book.
How cute is this I Love my Daddy printable book from Buggy and Buddy!
Make a saltdough handprint bowl with this tutorial from Messy Little Monster.
Keep the kids busy drawing with this Fathers Day portrait printable from Totschooling.
The Soccer Mom shares how to make a saltdough picture frame.
Create some fun designs with these colored golf balls from Schooltime Snippets.