Father’s Day is fast approaching, and whether it’s his first or his fiftieth, Dads love to be appreciated. A lot of attention is paid to Mother’s Day, but don’t forget Dad. Even though some men aren’t as verbal about their emotions, Dads take pride in fatherhood and like to feel loved, too.
On Father’s Day, many people make a special effort for their fathers or father figures. Father’s Day is a relatively modern holiday, so different families have different traditions. These can range from a simple phone call or greetings card to large parties honoring all father figures in an extended family.
The date when Father’s Day is celebrated varies from country to country. This day often means dads around the country get socks, ties, and other assorted presents. If your dad has a sweet tooth; a frosted sugar cookie made in the shape of a tie will definitely bring a big smile to your dad’s face. A tie that Dad can finally enjoy!!
If you are looking for straightforward and meaningful Father’s Day activities that will help you bond with your “Pops” “Daddy” “Papa” or whatever endearing term you use for your father; check out these fun activities for all ages and dads with all different interests. You’re sure to make lasting memories.
For the sports enthusiast or athletic father:
For the father who loves relaxing on his down time:
If your father loves to eat:
However you decide to celebrate and honor DAD, planning an event around the “Man” of your house, will make Dad feel loved and special. Don’t forget to make the event a fun-filled day, chalked full of memories Dad will long remember.