For many people, the person they call their dad is more like a hero than a man. He’s easy to talk to and knows exactly what needs to be said. He’s full of advice, wisdom, and corny jokes. And he’s always there when you need him to be. It goes without saying that for some people, a dad is more like a best friend. Well, this Sunday is Father’s Day, which means that it’s time for you to show your dad how grateful you are for him. If you haven’t picked out a gift yet because you’re a little low on funds, then keep reading to discover some great gift ideas for the dads in your life.There’s nothing a dad likes more than seeing the fruits of his labor. Instead of buying your proud papa an expensive tie that he’ll never wear, you could collect some of his favorite family photos to make a collage for him! Not only is it mostly free to make, but your dad will surely smile at the thoughtful gift.
Dads have a lot of responsibilities that they have to take care of. Instead of letting dad do the yard work this weekend, grab the lawnmower and do it yourself! Not only will he appreciate the break, but he’ll also be grateful that you made the trip to his house to help.
When the kids are little, the responsibility of picking out gifts is put on your shoulders. This year, put their artistic talents to use and have them write a Father’s Day poem in celebration of their very own hero. If they’re younger ones, you could have them start out with “F” is for Fantastic, “A” is for Always there to help, etc.
Most dads love to have a nice big breakfast, so get those kids up early this Sunday to have them help you out in the kitchen. The smell of bacon and coffee will get your hubby’s day started off on the right foot!
Dads put up with a lot, especially when it comes to letting everyone else choose the movie to watch on family night. This weekend, pop some popcorn and let dad choose a movie to watch for some good quality family time. Don’t forget to buy some of dad’s favorite candy, too!
There’s no better Father’s Day gift than spending time with the man who raised you. If your dad’s always trying to get you to try out one of his hobbies, this weekend is the perfect time to get it done! Call your dad up and plan that fishing trip he’s been begging you to go on or schedule a game of golf.
Dad’s normally the one to man the grill during family get-togethers, so this Father’s Day, take control of the grill for him. Let him relax for once, he deserves it.
There’s a special place in a lot of dad’s hearts for homemade baked goods. So this Father’s Day, instead of buying your dad a box of Oreos, get into that kitchen and start baking his favorite types of cookies. Don’t forget the milk, or the beer, depending on your dad!
If your dad’s the outdoorsy type of fella, then this weekend is the perfect opportunity to spend some time together. Pack up your gear and drive to your dad’s house to pick him up for a weekend of peace in the woods.
If your dad’s the adventurous sort, then you could pick him up for a mini-road trip. Pack some lunches and a map, fill up your gas tank, and let your dad pick someplace new to visit. You could also make your dad a road trip playlist of all his favorites to listen to along the way!
If your dad’s the type of man who takes pride in his vehicle, then you could give his car a good washing this Father’s Day. But make sure to ask if it’s okay first, especially if your dad’s a picky fella.
Sometimes it’s just nice to take a nice peaceful walk with someone through the woods. If you’re looking for some one-on-one time with your dad this Father’s Day, then take him for a short walk through the park or even a longer hike through the woods.
There’s nothing better than spending the day with your family in a beautiful park. Grab a picnic basket and your dad’s favorite snacks, and spend the day together making memories and laughing about the past.
Sometimes life can be a bit too hectic for family activities to take place on a regular basis, so Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity to make time for the dad in your life. Head to the grocery store and purchase the ingredients to make a meal together. Not only will get some quality time with one another, but you get to enjoy a delicious meal, as well.
If your dad is the type of dad who likes to have his own space, then you could consider sprucing up your dad’s mancave for him. But make sure that he wouldn’t mind because some dads don’t like their things messed with. If it’s cluttered, they somehow know where everything is.