Father’s Day provides a great way to celebrate both our heavenly
and our earthly fathers. Try these crafty Bible activities to make
this day memorable.
To make our Father’s Day bulletin board, my assistants and I cut
out tool pictures from magazines, stapled them on a bulletin board,
and wrote positive attributes by each tool.
I had the 6- to 12 year-olds make cards for their dads for
Father’s Day. For kids who have no dad, they did this for a special
man in their lives.
Follow these instructions on a folded piece of construction
- On the front top, write, “Daddy, you give me the tools…” Then
cut out tools from magazines and glue them to the front bottom of
- On the inside, write different characteristics their dads build
in their lives, such as love, wisdom, understanding, determination,
Then finish the card by writing “…to build my life with. Happy
Father’s Day! I love you, Daddy! Love, ___________.”
Kids LOVE these Sunday School resources!
I also had children each record a little message on a tape for
their father. On Father’s Day, I played the tape during the service
and the children passed out their cards. The dads loved them. Some