10 Father's Day Gifts Kids Can Make Themselves

Celebrate dad with this collection of do-it-yourself crafts, recipes and hands-on fun for Father's Day.

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Super Dad Shirt

Help your child show Dad how super he is by making this homemade superhero shirt.
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Father's Day Fishing for Compliments

Enlist the whole family and helpful friends in this heartwarming activity for Dad. Boost kids' writing skills in the process, too!
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Custom Clock

Help your child make her very own clock with a recycled, thrift store find to give as a gift or keep for yourself!
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Superhero Dad

Making Dad a comic book is a great gift for Father's Day, and one that helps them work on fine motor skills, storytelling and handwriting.
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Father's Day Cookies

Here's an idea for an edible Father's Day "note" that also happens to give your second grader practise in using a fancy new tool: the thesaurus.
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Father's Day Paperweight

Your child can get out the acrylic paints and create a colorful paperweight perfect for dad this Father's Day!
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Duct Tape Picture Frame

Using cardboard and duct tape, you can make a durable Father's Day frame that Dad can hang anywhere from his workbench to the office!
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Breakfast Pizza

Pizza for breakfast? Celebrate Father's Day with a fun filled cooking treat.
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