Father’s Day is just around the corner and I couldn’t be more excited! Here at Forest Craft & Play we love getting creative with how we celebrate with our family & friends. So, I’ve put together some fun activities that you can enjoy this Father’s Day. Take a look at how you can add a bit more fun to your day…
Bond over crafting
What better way to spend Father’s Day than crafting around the kitchen table? With our ‘The Viking’ boxes, you can create a mini version of dad as a mini Viking! With every box being personalised to your order, with several different coloured felt palettes.
Father’s Day is all about celebrating and bonding with dad, so make sure to get lots of pictures and videos to keep this day as a great memory for many more years, and make sure to tag me in any Father’s Day creations on Instagram @forestcraftandplay.
Scavenger hunt for his gifts
Another idea for a fun Father’s Day is creating a scavenger hunt for dad’s gifts. Once you and your children have bought or made any presents, put them in hidden locations, either around the house or in the garden (if you have hopes for good weather). Imagine how happy both he and the children will be every time he finds a thoughtful and creative gift.
To make this day even more special, why not make handmade treasure maps and clues to guide dad to the gifts? (These can be kept in frames as extra keepsakes after all the hidden gifts have been found!)
Spend the day outside
Does your family have what it takes to build an Island Survival shelter?! Use everything in the pack to design and build a shelter as protection from wild animals and the weather. Choose your hairstyle, island outfit and bedding for the shelter. It’s a mission for the most determined of families!
Spending time outdoors is a great way to spend time together & connecting with nature.
I hope you enjoyed my Father-Child activities for Father’s Day!
However you choose to spend the day, is to make sure to let dad or that special person in your life know that you’re thankful for them!
Thanks for reading!