Father’s Day Craft June 14, 2018 By Bekki Leave a Comment This content may contain affiliate links. My dad slowly eyeballed the construction-paper arm. He clipped the threads that held it together and unfolded the flaps. He untied the string that held the accordion folded paper together. When unfolded, the card was a get well greeting from his little girl. Dad had carpel tunnel surgery on his wrist, and my get well card was a mock up of the surgery. He had to remove “stitches” and release the “nerves” to reveal my note. He loved it. Dads appreciate creativity as much as moms, they just do not get to experience it as often. Let the father of your children be blessed by your children’s creativity! Why? He helps cast a vision for our homeschooling. He keeps me focused on the Lord. He reminds me that character trumps curriculum. Every. Single. Time. He reminds me to focus on life skills and “an attitude of learning” rather than any particular topic. He helps me regulate my own schedule so I do not spin myself into the ground. He trusts me to choose curriculum and teaching topics that align with our family while educating our boys. Here are two Father’s Day Crafts for you! Customer and School Teacher’s say: “the dads loved it!” ~Jennifer W. “perfect!” ~Adventures of a classroom teacher More: Father’s Day Ideas Father’s Day Crafts for Toddlers Print this free homeschool mom reminder. This post comes with a free printable reminder list to help keep your heart focused on the heart of homeschooling. I always have the hardest staying focused. This printable simplifies it! Here is a sneak preview… Download Your Free Printable Download the checklist. You’ll get the printable, plus join 9,000+ homeschool moms who receive my weekly parenting tips and ideas! Print. Any paper will do the trick, but card stock would be ideal. Place it on your refrigerator as a helpful reminder.