Father's Day poems are a great way to show your dad how much you love him. Check out these cute poems paired with a gift idea to help show your children's father how much they appreciate him.
Father's Day is a special time to show your dad just how much you love him. I've put together a list of some of my favorite poems perfect for preschoolers to learn in their classrooms. There's also two craft projects you can make to go along with the poems.
I Love You Daddy, Happy Father's Day
I like you father for reading to me
I love you daddy for fixing my skinned knee
I like you father for helping me catch lightning bugs
I love you daddy for your kisses and hugs
I like you father for playing soccer and baseball
I love you daddy for picking me up whenever I fall
I like you father for just being you
I love you daddy for all that you do.
I like you father for chasing the monsters away
I love you daddy, Happy Father's Day
By Lisa King
A Day with Dad
My dad works in an office downtown,
And when he's home, he works all around.
He cleans up dishes and that job's hard;
Then he rakes up leaves and mows the front yard.
But Dad always finds some time for me,
And that's what makes a family.
Footprints Poem and Father's Day Gift Idea
Digital photo of child and dad
Iron-on transfer paper
Red, yellow and blue paint
Print the photo of the child and father onto iron-on transfer paper made especially for your printer (you can find this at office supply and craft stores). Next, print the following poem onto a second sheet of transfer paper. Follow the manufacturer’s directions and iron the images onto the front of the shirt.
Embellish the image by dipping the bottoms your child’s feet in the paint and stepping onto the shirt around the photo and poem to create precious footprints.
"Walk a little slower, Daddy",
Said a little child so small.
"I'm following in your footsteps,
And I don't want to fall.
Sometimes your steps are very fast,
Sometimes they're hard to see;
So walk a little slower, Daddy,
For you are leading me.
Someday when I'm all grown up,
You're what I want to be;
Then I will have a little child
Who'll want to follow me.
And I would want to lead just right,
And know that I was true;
So, walk a little slower, Daddy,
For I must follow you."
Father's Day Poem and Snack
Decorate a paper bag with a picture of Dad. Handwrite or print the following list and glue it onto the bag.
Popcorn....because you are my Pop!
Raisins...'cause you are raisin' me
Chex....'cause you always chex on me
Goldfish....'cause you are the big fish in MY sea
Cheez-its.....'cause you are the big cheese!
Punch two holes in the bag and tie it shut with curling ribbon.