We’re busy at work with Father’s Day projects here at the Whitney Home. My oldest daughter and her friends in my home day care are now old enough to really “work” on a project and it’s been fun to see what they are capable of! (Ages range from 20 months to 2 1/2 years old). Here’s a super simple project you can work on for Father’s Day that will improve fine motor skills in the process!
- Teacher Stickers
- “Dad’s Report Card” printable
Grab some “teacher stickers” at a nearby dollar store. These are the ones that say things like “Way to Go!” and “Excellent Job!”. At our Dollar Tree in Erie, there were 5 or 6 sheets in a pack for $1 (Yippee!).
Next, let the kids stick the stickers all over the “Report Card”. When it’s finished, Dad will get to see what a great job he’s doing!
All done! Very cute and very simple!
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Lindsey Whitney is a mom of two, home day care provider, and blogger over at Growing Kids Ministry. Growing Kids Ministry is a blog designed to help parents, teachers, and Children’s Ministry workers who want to help the kids they love grow in their faith. You can connect with her via twitter or on facebook!