The positive impact of an involved, caring and supportive father in the lives of their children cannot be underemphasized. Fathers are essential to healthy child development so let’s encourage our learners to make their Dads feel special every day. Here are just a few ideas:
- Do something outdoors together
- Spend one-on-one time with him
- Talk about something he is interested in
- Ask him to teach you something
- Talk to him about what’s going on in your life
- Ask him about his best memories
- Tell him that you love him…often
“A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society.” — Billy Graham
Let’s send out the message that Dads are.…
Check out the resources below for some great Father’s Day products.
FREEBIE – Father’s Day Clipart
This set contains 24 images especially for Dads. There are colour and black and white images. Each learner will find one that is meaningful to them.
Father’s Day Card
Your learners can make their Dads feel super special with this fun-to-make Father’s Day card.
Watercolour Ombre Digital Paper
This product contains Father’s Day certificates in English and Afrikaans. Your students will love to give it to the special Dad in their lives.
This resource is a useful gift tag in the Father’s Day theme. It can be printed in English or Afrikaans.
This is an art lesson which provides a fun approach in celebrating the uniqueness and diversity of different families. There are full colour picture instructions, including drawing handouts to help and assist the learners in drawing their family portrait.
This is a fun game for your learners to play to assist them in learning the vocabulary for their family members.