Fathers Day Gift Guide – Top 10 Fun and Interactive Gifts for Dad
We searched the web for the most fun and interactive gifts for Father’s Day that Dad and child can use together to build bonds and create memories. See our top 10 gifts in order from baby, to tot, to small child.
Any dad would be glad to wear this Mr. Fix-It t-shirt and have his little one in the matching onesie! This is perfect gift for making Dad and baby the cutest pair in town.
This hilarious book tells the tale of the author’s journey through the first year of fatherhood, told with wit and heart. This is the perfect gift for an expecting or first-time dad. Part memoir and part parenting advice, this book tells it like it is by capturing the challenges and comedy that happens with a new baby.
Read them a story, sitting together at night, sharing special moments, making their bond tight. A glider is the perfect place for dad and little one to cuddle up and read together. The Storkcraft Davenport Glider is ideal for this with its wide seat and durable fabric that can comfortably be shared by dad and child.
With this, dad will have the coolest keychain in town with an original design by your little one. Have your child draw something special and this shop will produce it into a custom carved metal keychain, so dad can take it with him wherever he goes.
There’s no better way to spend a rainy day then assembling a puzzle with dad. This puzzle is personalized with an aerial shot of your address and town, and can be a great way for a dad to teach his little one about his or her own neighborhood.
Dad and little one will both enjoy being creative together with this coloring book. Featuring 65 pages of family friendly pictures, dads can sit down with their kids to de-stress and let their imaginations run wild.
Make your very own flavor of ice-cream while being active with your kids! Simply add ice to the ball, splash in some of your favorite ingredients and play! This is great because fathers can be active with their kids and enjoy a nice, homemade treat.
Look no further for a fun way for fathers to teach their kids how to ride a bike. Unlike training wheels, these latch-ons let parents be with their kids every pedal of the ride, while allowing for less experienced riders to explore new trails. Pick this up for the active dad that wants to experience the outdoors with their kids.
This cookbook teaches first-time cooking dads and their kids to cook from scratch. With over 150 recipes that are delicious and simple, fathers will be able to experience the joy of cooking for their kids and with their kids.
This kit is a fun way to bring something exciting and homemade to the dinner table. Including a wide variety of traditional ingredients, dads can work with their kids to make the perfect hot sauce for the whole family.
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