In in honor of our awesome dads here are a few of the nice Father’s Day Gifts our kids have made over the years. I’ll add more as our teachers create more beautiful gifts for dads.
Father’s Day Gifts Picture Frames
This cute picture frame holds a photo of Dad’s little kiddo wearing an apron, cooking hot dogs on the play grill, just like Daddy!
This picture frame holds a pic of Daddy’s little bidding artist.
“I Love You To Pieces” will be the saying on the card that accompanies this gift. Inside the container we’ll put in couple fun snack size Reece’s Pieces bags. Love you Dad!
Father’s Day Gifts Handprints
Dad Rocks! These cute picture holders will be so nice on Daddy’s desk.
My Dad Can Fix Anything! This cute little hand print holds the nuts and bolts for Dad’s next project.
Preschool Pizza good enough to eat! We celebrate pizza for a whole week with a culminting field trip to the local pizzeria. To make paper pizzas you’ll need to cut all the ingredients.
Paper Pizza Ingredients
First start with the crust, then glue on the sauce. Pepperoni isn’t actually popular amongst most preschoolers but they seem to enjoy it on their paper pizzas. Green peppers are pretty easy to cut out like a hook shape. Black olives are simple enough, little ovals with a hole punch in the middle. The cheese is just white construction paper sliced julienne style. Last are mushrooms, again not a favorite of preschoolers but they’ll get it. I’ll leave a link when to the patterns on Printables ASAP.
Love the one who took the time to make their olives look like eyes and the one who made the cheese look like kitty whiskers. We are 3 year olds after all! Haha
Pizza Books for Preschoolers
There are a few books we like reading during pizza week. The one pictured above, Pete’s Pizza is available here.
Another fun book is Hi, Pizza Man and that’s also available here.
One more book the kids love is Pat’s Pizza you can pick it up .
Make Real Pizzas!
These are the basics but you can add any toppings your preschoolers like. Craft sticks work well for the kids to spread their sauce. Let them choose their toppings and put them on themselves. Puting parchment paper on your cookie sheet will allow you to write the children’s names as you place them on the sheet. Bake at 400° for 10 minutes.
R <3 Daddy-
Fun themes this month can be things Dad’s like to do like camping, construction, or transportation.
Very stereotypical! 😉
Each ‘construction worker’ has safety glasses, nails (golf tees), and hammer on their tray. They hammer into styrofoam.