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Father’s Day is just days away. Since everyone loved our Super Mom Coupon and Activity Book, we had to make one for the Dads too! This adorable, and more importantly, extremely affordable Father’s Day gift idea requires only 5 supplies (all of which you probably already have in your home).
Thanks to our FREE PRINTABLE, it’s even less work! Hooray for convenience! Just print, color, fill in and voila… instant gift that Dad will cherish for years to come. Without further ado, I’m excited to reveal our “Super Dad Coupon and Activity Book” Father’s Day idea!
Best part about this was that it kept the kids busy (and quiet) for at least an hour. Give them something to color with (markers, crayons, colored pencils) and let their imaginations go wild. It’s an easy and super fun little gift your kids can give Dad!
In the front, you’ll find a cute little poem and some fun activity pages, giving your kids the ability to test their knowledge about their Daddy. If your kids are anything like mine, you’ll get some laughs out of their answers.
For example, did you know that Super Dad’s favorite thing to say is “go clean your room”? Next comes pages and pages of coupons, which can be redeemed for various things that Dad’s need, like help with the yard work and extra sleep.
The back page proudly features who made the book, as well as the date, so you can save it and look back on it for years to come.
Paper or Cardstock
Crayons, Markers or Colored Pencils
Scissors or Paper Cutter
- Print out this FREE PRINTABLE on letter sized paper or cardstock.
- Let your child(ren) fill in and color each page.
- Use scissors or a paper-cutter to cut out each page of the book (there are 4 per page).
- Using a hole punch, punch holes in the upper left hand corner of each page.
- Tie a bow with ribbon to hold them together.
What do you think of this fun coupon and activity book idea? When you make one, please take a picture of it and tag us on social media! We’d love to see how it turns out.
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