So you’re in quarantine and you feel like Father’s Day has snuck up on you? These free activities will make the day extra special!
Check out these Father’s Day activities do to while in quarantine to make your 2020 celebration special! You might feel like being in quarantine will hamper your Father’s Day activities, but it doesn’t have to! I’ve come up with 10 ideas to make this Father’s Day one that dad won’t forget! Read below to find out what to do on or before Father’s Day this year.
Go for a bike ride or a hike.
Bring masks and hand sanitizer along with you and enjoy the fresh air! You could even find a secluded place and bring a picnic!
Host a family movie night.
Let dad choose his favorite movie and pop some popcorn. Cuddle together on the couch or lay blankets on the floor and enjoy the movie. No phones allowed!
Go for a drive.
It might be rainy this Father’s Day but that doesn’t mean you have to be stuck inside! Get in the car and go for a drive!
Make breakfast in bed.
Who doesn’t love a surprise breakfast in bed (after getting to sleep in, of course)?! Whether it’s homemade eggs or frozen waffles, dad will love the effort.
Wash his car.
Sometimes it’s the little things that make us happy. Giving dad’s car a wash will be a sweet surprise!
Bring the beach to him.
Get some sand and fill up the baby pool. Dad will be so surprised to see a beach in your backyard! Fun in the sun and staying safe in quarantine.
Write a Father’s Day poem.
Come up with some rhyming words and put them into a poem about how much your child love’s dad.
Recreate an old family photo.
If your children are older, this would be so fun! If they are younger, you could recreate the photo again in a few years and end up with a collage.
Head to the golf course.
Golfing is one activity where you can maintain a safe social distance. Head to the course or the local driving range and practice your swing. If your children aren’t old enough to golf, send dad on his own and when he comes back, surprise him with a clean house and dinner!
Make homemade Father’s Day cards or coupon book.
There is something special about handmade cards. Whether they live on the fridge or go in a special box, he will appreciate the thought behind a card or coupon book.
If you’re looking for a fun and different card to give this Father’s Day, try out this tie craft. This fun craft is a flip book that looks like a tie! Children can draw or write answers to each phrase. These gifts always turn out so sweet and sometimes the answers get a laugh!
This easy craft can be glued together or stapled and will definitely be fridge-worthy!
I hope these ideas will help make your Father’s Day truly special this year! If you’ve just found my blog and want to read more about how it got started, click here!
Hi, I’m Libby!
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