With Father’s Day right around the corner, today we have a great free printable for you. Your kids can make this cute Father’s Day necktie letter for Dad to show him how loved and appreciated he is. Each letter is special as it is personalised to your child’s feelings about his/her Dad. It would also be a lovely thing to do year after year to see how your child feels annually. Take a look at this great activity and print yours now.
This is a very cute but also quite simple activity for the kids to make this Father’s Day. Which makes it good for kids of any age. If your kids can’t write yet, that’s ok as you can work on the card with them and you can write the bits for them while they colour the card in. Show Dad how special he is with this necktie letter card.
So, what does the necktie letter entail?
Let’s take a look.
How to make a Father’s Day necktie letter
Firstly, let’s take a look at how cute this necktie letter is.
It’s cute isn’t it? Well, this is such a simple activity to make with your kids. You don’t need much. The instructions are very simple. Use it to keep the kids busy one morning or make an afternoon out of it. Here’s what to do.
- Cut the outline of the necktie,
- Fill in the blanks with adorable qualities of your Dad,
- Sign your name below,
- Color the necktie,
- You may draw an image of your Dad at the back,
- Give it to your Dad as a present on Father’s Day, and lastly,
- Have fun!
You can see how simple it is. But it’s a great activity to get your kids ready for Father’s Day. Not only is the activity perfect to keep their little hands busy, but it’s also great to get them to be mindful and think about their Dad and the great qualities their Dad possesses.
As we briefly mentioned before, this is also a great activity to do year after year. This way Dad will be able to hold on to the memories and cherish how their child grew up and expressed their feelings for him.
If you are looking for more Father’s Day activities to do with your kids, take a look this list of some of our most popular free printables and activities from KiddyCharts.
There’s lots more on the web too. So, if you are looking for even more activities check these out from around the web.
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