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Father's Day - Teacher Resources

Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June. Browse the printables and lessons below to find great educational resources for this occasion. Use our reading and writing activities to open up a discussion about the role of fathers in society. Help students show their fathers how much they appreciate them. You'll find a Father's Day letter prompt and a variety of art projects that make great gifts for dads! Project ideas include cards, photo albums, and a fish mobile.

Puzzles & Games

Father's Day Word Fill-In


Your Heredity
Your Family Tree, Version 1
Father's Day -- Finish the Sentences
Father's Day Letter
Father's Day: Write the Beginning
Father's Day Card
A Father's Day Card
More Father's Day Printables

Lesson Plans

Fathers as Caretakers -- Using Statistics
Father's Day Brainstorming and Writing
Father's Day Presents


Animal Fathers
Fathers as Caretakers -- Facts and Figures

Father's Day Art Activities

Top 10 Father's Day Worksheets (K-3)
Father's Day Promise Coupon
Make a Father's Day Card
More Father's Day Art Activities

Reading & Language Arts Resources for Father's Day

Father's Day Activities
All About Parents
More Reading & Language Arts Resources for Father's Day

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