All children share a unique bond with their fathers. Research shows that fathers who are actively involved in raising their kids and are emotionally and physically present for their family, lead to happier and healthier children who are secure, confident and self-regulated. To honour and acknowledge all that fathers do for their kids, it’s a good idea to help your kids celebrate Father’s Day. Here are some Father’s Day activities to do together that will make for wonderful memories.
1. What’s his favourite sport?
Whether it's cricket, football or badminton – if there’s a particular sport that your father enjoys, invite him to play with you. You can set up a cricket pitch at home, or hang a net to play basketball or badminton. You can even book an hour’s time slot on the field or the professional ground and have fun learning with Dad!
2. Personalised gift
When you put an effort into creating a gift, it shows. From a photo album to an Idol for Dad’s car’s dashboard, to an organiser for his office supplies to simply a key chain for his keys – create something new and personalise it with his initials. It’s a great father’s day activity for preschoolers too.
3. Go out for a special treat at his favourite place
All of us have a special place we love to eat at. Why not take your dad out on a treat to his favourite restaurant and pay the bill using your piggy bank? Small gestures go a long way in making someone feel special.
4. Make him a card telling him how much you love him
If you are looking for father’s day activities for kids, making a card will definitely be on your list. You can use family finger prints if you have a toddler and it’ll make for a great memory.
5. Prepare a dance for Daddy!
If you’re specially looking for father’s day activities for toddlers, a great option is to play your baby’s favourite song and get him to show his moves. Record his video and end it by simply declaring how much you love him. It won’t fail to bring a smile to his face. Dress up your child in cutest kids’ wear from One Friday World for this special video.
6. Make a video for him
You can also get your father’s family and friends to speak a few special lines for him, telling him how he is doing a great job at parenting in a short video. This video will be the acknowledgement your Dad needs for all he does for his family.
7. Make a time capsule
Take a waterproof bag and write 3 wishes for Dad, along with 3 reasons why you love him. Dig the backyard with Daddy and bury this time capsule in it, with a future date to be opened at. Rest assured, it will make a great memory.
8. Chill in the pool
There’s no better way to beat the heat and chill than dipping in the pool and splashing around. You can also prepare lemonades with mommy’s help and pamper Dad with other treats when he’s done swimming.
Hope you enjoyed these ideas for father’s day activities. When you’re busy making memories, make sure you are dressed well. Explore our collection of kid’s wear at One Friday World and find all your child’s needs met at one place.
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1. When is Father’s Day celebrated?
It is celebrated on the third Sunday of June, every year. In 2023, Father’s Day will be celebrated on 18th June.
2. Why is Father’s Day Celebrated?
Father’s Day is celebrated to acknowledge the role fathers play in enriching their children's lives through constant love, support, care and guidance.