With summer finally here, most kids are on summer break from school. That doesn’t mean that they have to stop writing or exercising their creative juices. I enjoy assigning writing prompts to help keep my kids writing in a casual way. Assigning some free writing prompts for Father’s Day is a great way to have your kids practice some extra writing over the summer.
This post is part of the Holiday and Seasonal Writing Prompts Series
Do you struggle coming up with heartfelt gift ideas for the different holidays? Maybe you want to take a break from the basic card or drawing gift. Assigning writing prompts is a great way to have your kids make a special gift for dad for Father’s Day.
It can be something sweet to look at later when they are older. Writing prompts are also a great way to help your child express how they are feeling with their writing. It also helps them practice their handwriting and creative writing at the same time. Some kids have a hard time expressing their feelings out loud. Writing is an easier way for children to let their thoughts and feelings come out onto paper.
Father’s Day is a great time to get your kids thinking about what they love about their dad. They can share with them what they are thankful for and what their favorite thing about their dad is. These really do make for some sweet memories to look back on. Some of them can be pretty humorous too! They make for an inexpensive, and free father’s day gift.
If you are looking for some creative Father’s Day ideas to keep your kids busy or for gift ideas, check out these FREE Writing Prompts for Father’s Day:
Here are some more fun writing activities that would be perfect for Father’s Day gifts:
Check out these other writing prompts that you can save for different seasons or school themes:
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for almost 20 years.. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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