Looking for a super cute, but quick and easy fathers day craft? You will love this printable fathers day craft for toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders. This father’s day toolbox craft is such a fun homemade fathers day gifts for kids can make for their Daddy to celebrate Father’s Day on June 21st. Simply print the Fathers Day Craft for Kids free template, cute, color, fill in and present your gift to Dad filled with sweet memories.
Printable Fathers Day Craft
Most of the Papa’s in our lives are always called on to fix things. From changing a light bulb to plunging a toilet, hanging a picture to putting air in a bike tire, and so much more. It is only fitting that on Fathers Day you give you Daddy a special fathers day gifts from kids of tools! But instead of tools your Dad will use around the house, this super cute Father’s day toolbox craft is filled with memories of your Dad. This printable fathers day craft is a fun, easy to make fathers day ideas for kids of all ages. Whether you are a teacher, homeschooler, grandparent, nanny, daycare, or child -this is an easy fathers day craft for kids to make! This free printable craft is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 students.
Father’s day toolbox craft
Fathers Day Craft
The fathers day printable craft includes both color or blackline images. Print the tools in color or black and white.
I suggest printing the tool box page in black and white on colored paper (cardstock or construction paper) to make it pop without taking up a lot of color ink or time colouring. Then cut out the tool box around the outside and in the handle.
Fathers Day Craft for Kids
Now fold the bottom up to the first solid line and crease. Staple each edge with 2-3 staples to make a pouch or envelope to hold the printable tools. If you prefer, you could use tape or a glue stick to secure the tool box.
Homemade fathers day gifts
Now cut out he tool box label by using your scissors to cut along the dotted lines. Now glue or tape the label to the front of the tool box. Make sure to write your name on the tool box somewhere so your Dad knows who gave him this precious Father’s Day gift!
Fathers Day Gift Ideas from Kids
If you are using the blackline version, have children color in the tools with crayons, markers, colored pencils or their favorite art supply. Use a pen or marker to fill in the questions. Each writing prompt is a way to show Dad how much me means to you and remember the memories you’ve shared:
- My Dad is the best because he…
- My Dad Rocks! He …
- My Dad is so…
- My Dad & I like to …
- I love when my Dad ….
Fathers day ideas for kids
Now carefully cut out each of the tools. There 5 tools to include in your Fathers Day toolbox including a hammer, saw, wrench, drill, and tape measure. Stick them in the tool box pocket and you are ready to present dad with a priceless hand made gift he will treasure!
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Thank you so much for such a creative idea! Daddy and Uncle’s will be so happy!
Thank you for such a thoughtful and cute idea, simple enough for my three year old to do with help! And it was great that it could look really nice with only a little coloring needed, which is not one of my son’s priorities. HA. Thanks again!
Thanks for sharing this!! I am homeschooling for the first time, and I am grateful to have found this lovely resource.
Thanks so much. These are cute! Dad will really enjoy it!
This is great! I would love to see options for grandpa and uncle as well. My kids at work will love this, but 2 of them will be jealous and might cross out the word dad. Thank you for designing something so cute.
Hi Beth, Thank you so much! Dad’s are often not given those cute Father’s Day gifts because we are out of school. This summer I’m teaching summer school so this sure did come in handy! Again, thank you, N
Thanks for sharing your work with us. This is absolutely beautiful.
Thank you so much for all your hard work!
Thank you! I used this in a Sunday school for Father’s Day and it was great!
Thank you for these great Mother’s/Father’s Day printables and projects. I plan to use them in my Sunday school class. It is nice to be able to find things that don’t cost a lot of money. God Bless You!!
Thank you for a creative Father’s Day craft!
Awesome!! Thank you
Thanks for this such a creative idea!
These are some awesome activities
I am teaching 6 Kindergarteners in summer school. This is a cute Fsther’s day craft.
Thank you so much for this wonderful web site always nice to have different ideas for crafts :O).