Father’s Day gift ideas for preschoolers

Father’s Day is just around the corner and we certainly don’t want to overlook all of the great dads out there.

For our Father’s Day gifts, we actually used one of the ideas that we shared last month in our Mother’s Day post and you can see the video here on our Facebook Page.

We presented our gifts just before the end of the school year at our Donuts with Dads event.  Our preschoolers’ dads just loved them!  Today, we are sharing eight more great ideas for homemade gifts that you can make with your preschoolers.

Kid made Father’s Day frame from Reading Confetti

Father’s Day scribble mug from I Heart Arts N Crafts

Dad rocks paperweight by Our Family World

Personalized hammers from My Happy Crazy Life

DIY rocky picture frame from Morena’s Corner

Kid art trivet from Pretty Prudent

A plate for daddy from What Katy Said

Father’s Day photo by Crafty Texas Girls

By |2018-11-02T10:56:57+00:00May 31st, 2017|

About the Author:

Miss Courtney is one of our Teach Preschool Early Childhood Educators focusing her creative talent and energy on creating a fun and engaging learning environment for our preschool class. She has been with the Teach Preschool Children's Studio since the second year it opened. Throughout her years with Teach Preschool, Mrs. Courtney has served in the role of Virtual Assistant focusing on helping Deborah keep up with all aspects of online communication and social networking.


  1. newgentutors July 6, 2017 at 3:56 am - Reply

    thanks For sharing

  2. Michelle May 13, 2018 at 1:17 pm - Reply

    These are all cute but I especially love the ones that use a hand print or finger prints… Those are the ones you’ll really be glad to have when your children are grown up.

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