Father’s Day falls on 19th June this year and it is the day to celebrate all fathers around
the world! Here are both fun and meaningful ideas for your children to make this day
memorable and make their father feel special.

1. Make a Picture Collage
Pull out a few snaps of favourite memories and put them together in a collage. Share this
collage with your father, friends and family. The picture collage will surely send him on a trip
to the memory lane!

2. Cook His Favourite Dishes
Prepare a menu comprising your father’s favourite dishes. Kids can help with chores such as
washing and chopping vegetables, serving on the plate, etc. Surprise him at the dining table!
You can also involve your father in the cooking process and double the fun. Another option
is to serve him breakfast in bed.

3. Discover Facts About Him
Sit with your dad and talk to him about his family tree, childhood, college days, first job,
how he met your mother, etc. The recollection of happy memories will bring a smile to his

4. Go for a Local Sightseeing Tour
Father’s Day is always celebrated on the third Sunday of June which means that it is an
official holiday for most fathers. Plan a city sightseeing tour on the local bus or metro. It will
be super fun exploring the city together!

5. Make a Greeting Card
Toddlers and preschoolers would love this activity. Help them make a DIY greeting card for
their father. Give them art and craft supplies. Let them draw and paint their imagination of
how they see their father. Rest assured, irrespective of the outcome, their father will find
the greeting card very cute and appreciate the efforts their kids have put in.

6. Host a Game Party
How about inviting your dad’s friends and hosting a game party? Form teams of father-
children. You all can play board games indoors or head outdoors for a game of cricket or

7. Plant a Tree

Visit a nursery with your father and buy a small plant. You can now plant it either in a bigger
pot at your home, in your garden, or anywhere else. Write the date of planting on the pot so
that you and your father will always remember this day and watch the plant grow bigger

8. Play Scavenger Hunt
If you have bought or made gifts for your father, a scavenger hunt is an awesome way to
help him find them. You can prepare clue cards and leave them for him at various places at

9. Plan a Spa Day
Every father works hard to provide and care for his family. There are times when he feels
tired and needs deep relaxation and peace. A spa appointment would do him good and
rejuvenate his senses.

10. Be His Help Buddy
You can become your father’s help buddy for the whole day and do all chores that he wants
you to do. It could be serving him food on the table, arranging his closet, washing his two-
wheeler or four-wheeler, etc.

About Smita Omar

Smita is an ex banker who voluntary said adiós to a high flying career to explore the rocky yet beautiful terrain of motherhood. When she is not busy juggling between her naughty daughter and foodie husband, you can find her donning the hat of a freelance content developer-editor to keep her sanity intact. She has been a Work-From-Home-Mother for 8 years and turns to meditation when the going gets tough.


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