The best thing about Mother’s Day is those fun worksheets the kids fill out all about me. So, I created one for Dad with this Father’s Day Super Hero Printable.
It’s such a fun thing to keep and look back at it years later when the kids are teens or grown and flown. We all laugh at the funny things they wrote.
Unfortunately, when it comes to Father’s Day all the way in June, the kids are out of school before they can do one of these worksheets for dad. So, he never really gets one.
But now, you can download one here for each kid to fill out! I can’t wait to have each of my four kids fill out and see what they write. With my preschooler, I ask her the questions and then write down exactly what she says. I get such a kick out of seeing what she says for things like this.
Dad will love his Father’s Day Super Hero Printable, and years from now, it will be so much fun to pull them back out and read what the kids wrote about him when they were little.
Get the Files
Get your free download for this Father’s Day Super Hero Printable right now:
More Father’s Day Ideas
Here’s a few fun ideas to do for Dad on Father’s Day from a treasure hunt to delicious snacks and even making tie dye socks for him! These are all pretty simple and low-key things to do, which is how we like to do Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.
I always like to make him one of those special snacks that he loves, like skillet queso or bacon-wrapped anything, LOL! Often, I get the kids to make something for him. One year we made them all matching tie dye shirts with dad. Another year, we sent him on a treasure hunt through the house to find a bucket of his favorite snacks.
Here’s a few fun ideas that can get you started:
- Give Dad a Father’s Day Pirate Treasure Hunt
- Treat Dad to some Instant Pot Chili’s Skillet Queso
- Wrap Dad’s Gift in an Origami Shirt
- Make Tie Dye Socks for Dad
- 3-Ingredient Chili Cheese Puffs for Dad
- Sweet & Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Strips