Father’s Day will be here before we know it. Whether or not school is in session over Father’s Day, I always like to have my students make something to show appreciation for their dads, grandpas, uncles, etc… I am usually looking for something quick and easy. Read on for some of the best and simplest ideas for Father’s Day!
1. I Mustache You About Your Dad- I got everything I needed for this gift at Dollar General! It’s closer to me than Wal-Mart or Target, and I have made MANY early morning trips there before school. This particular morning, I found mustache tape, mustaches, and mason jars. Boom.
I created a little questionnaire to go with it–always good for a laugh! Grab it for free by clicking and saving the image!
Also, I will never NOT put our Father’s Day gifts in these bags. They are just too stinking cute and the parents always get a kick out of them. To make these, just cut down a brown paper bag (I cut off about 3 inches to make them shorter), then cut partway about an inch down on both sides. Fold them in and staple, and then tape a little tie right in the center. Adorable!