I don’t offer printables very often. Largely because I never get any real indication that people are using them. For some reason, my Father’s Day printable, first released at least two years ago, has totally exploded on Pinterest. Since early February, it has been pinned and repinned over and over. Exploding my blog hits. Blowing my mind. I mean, Father’s Day is in June. Kudos to all of you who are that far ahead of the game. I am not one of you, but I aspire to one day be! Seriously. Look at this snapshot below of things you’ve pinned from my blog. That long skinny pale yellow thing is my Father’s Day printable. It’s like that all the way down the page. That and those pink marshmallow flowers. Who knew, right?
I’ve got several versions of that printable floating around. Some of them are year-specific. Some are not. All have a yellow tie design running down the center. I guess it’s sort of an antiquated notion that ties represent dads though. My husband wears a suit and tie to work. Every. Single. Day. Many dads don’t though, and I’m sure they are glad for it! I know I would be. I’ve just finished an updated version: Dad in t-shirt. Top Pop. I’ve switched up the questions a bit and added a place for your kiddo’s name, age and the year as well. Enjoy!
Download it here:Meet My Dad Printable or here.
Here’s the Granddad version.
Back by popular demand (OK, so one person asked) here’s the link to my Father’s Day printable for the kids to give Dad this year. It’s a total hoot, especially for the three- to eight-year-old set to answer. I think it’ll will be great to save and laugh about years from now. Maybe if I’m feeling industrious I’ll work on one with some new questions this week. Enjoy!
Get a yearless version here.
Get the casual Top Pop version here.
I shared this around Father’s Day last year, but it was before I started blogging so I thought I’d change it up a bit and share again. My son had done one for me for Mother’s Day, and the answers were hilarious! It’s the kind of thing I will look back at in 20 years and still laugh over. [My personal favorite: Q: How much does Mommy weigh? A: "She's BIG! She's 636 lbs."]
Since school here lets out well before Father’s Day, dads usually get the short end of the stick on the creative kid crafts, so I decided to make one for my boy to fill out for his padre. (Props to Mrs. B this year for completing a Dad’s Day goodie and sending it home well over a month in advance! You rock.)
This one has questions like, “What does Daddy do at work?” and “How old is he?” You can imagine the answers. My two-year-old is quite the Chatty Cathy this year, so I may try her out on it too for my own entertainment. Hope you enjoy! Download your free Father’s Day Printable here.
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