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Fun Crafts for Father’s Day

It’s the one day of the year when you just have to laugh at the dad jokes and give some extra appreciation to the father figures in your life. 

Help your students give their dads a special day by sharing these sweet Father’s Day resources with them: 

 Clip Art

You can never go wrong with Clip Art! Pop these images on your walls or give them to your learners to cut out and decorate cards with. 

The pack comes with 16 high-resolution images that can be printed in colour or black and white.

‘My Pa’ rympie

Do your students need to practise their Afrikaans prepared reading? This ‘My pa’ poem is perfect for them to practise and recite in class, and take home to surprise their dads with on Father’s Day.

Cards and colouring-in pages

Nothing is sweet and sentimental like a card! Print these endearing cards for your students to colour in, personalise and gift to their dads on Father’s Day. 

This is great colouring-in practice for young learners.

Happy Father’s Day crafts

These beautifully designed Father’s Day crafts give your students the opportunity to write a personal letter to their dads.

Use some time from your English lesson to practise writing and colouring with your learners, while they make something special in the process. 

The resource includes: 

  • A4 card to fold in half
  • Bookmark to colour in
  • Voucher to fill in 
  • Gift tag

Gift tags (English and Afrikaans)

These Afrikaans gift tags are so lovely to send home with your students for their Father’s Day gifts. 

Students can write a short note on the back, punch a hole at the top and tie it onto a sweet treat or a biltong pack for the meat-loving dads.

Father’s Day card

These superhero-themed Father’s Day cards will make your students’ dads feel super special! They aren’t ordinary cards, but can be cut, folded and pasted into the shape of a superhero. 

We hope these fun crafts and activities bring some joy to the classroom and the father figures of your learners!

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