Here at the Atlantic we like to celebrate Father’s Day in the best ways possible, and so we’ve complied a list of things for the little ones to make in order to say thank you to Dad.
If their Dad is a whizz in the kitchen and cooks up some delicious delights, then why not make him a completely unique apron. All they’ll need is an apron and some acrylic paint and they can paint a picture or stamp their handprints and footprints onto the fabric for him!
If you’re going to cook up a special Father’s Day dinner, why not have the kids thread some button napkin rings? Plain white and cream buttons look great mixed up and so have the little ones string around 12 random buttons together on some elastic thread, tie it up with a knot and they’re finished!
We’re lucky to be placed on the doorstep of some fabulous beaches, so if you’re heading to the Atlantic for a visit, then why not pick up some larger pebbles and set the kids to work painting them for a truly memorable gift.
If your little one is too young to master the art of the paintbrush yet, get a canvas and let them drive their trains or cars through some splashes of paint from one end of it to the other, creating a unique looking piece to hang wherever Dad chooses.
Jar of Memories
Collect a small pot of sand from every beach you visit as a family and then pour the sands on top of one another into a jar. Outside the jar you can put a sticker with the name of the beach you visited next to it and watch how the different coloured sands add up.
Give him a Weekend He’ll Never Forget!
This isn’t strictly something that the little ones can make, but if you fancy a family holiday in the glorious Cornish sunshine with panoramic ocean views, fine dining, and plenty of coastline to explore, then bring Dad to the Atlantic to spend some quality time with the little ones and watch them make some incredible memories.