Free Printable Father’s Day Questionnaire, Certificate, and Award for Kids Post Preview: Kids can show their appreciation for dad this year by filling out a Father’s Day questionnaire, certificate, and a badge for dad to wear.
Many children work on special things for Mother’s Day at school, but lots of schools are already on summer break by the time Father’s Day rolls around. Today I have a fun set of free printables for Father’s Day, which you can work on at home or in a classroom, that will help dad to know how special he is. (This new set of printables is a companion set to the Mother’s Day questionnaire, certificate, and badge.)
Of course, we already have some ideas for gifts kids can make for Father’s Day if you want to add in a craft. Young children may enjoy making this craft stick treasure box or this Father’s Day handprint suncatcher craft.
This free printable Father’s Day Questionnaire and Father’s Day certificate and badge are the perfect addition to their gift!
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Free Printable Father’s Day Questionnaire, Certificate, and Award for Kids
I love that this printable set ends up being a Father’s Day gift (or add on) that just takes some time and love to put together with no need to spend money.
One of my favorite keepsakes that I got on Mother’s Day was when my daughter was in preschool. The class made a recipe book with their own ingredients and directions. They also added in one sentence about why they love their mom. The teacher also had them glue their school portrait to the front cover. (Here is an example of that type of kid-written cookbook.)
That cookbook was so sweet, darling, and also kind of hilarious. It’s a reminder that gifts don’t have to be expensive to be meaningful. Dads are sure to love their kids’ answers to the Father’s Day questionnaire in that same way.
Free Printable Father’s Day Questionnaire
The Father’s Day questionnaire asks children to fill in their responses to five questions open-ended questions or statements.
If children are younger, answers can be dictated to an adult for them to write the answers.
Free Printable Father’s Day Certificate
It’s a certificate for Best Dad Ever!
Children can fill in why their dad is the best dad ever. They will also date it and sign it (or just print their name).
Again, this one can be dictated to an adult to write out for younger children. However, I would still encourage you to have them attempt to write their own name in the signature area if they are able to write their own name.
Free Printable Father’s Day Badge
This is a page that can be colored in and cut out to make a #1 Dad badge.
This page is best printed on white cardstock in order for the badge to hold up better. To make it hold up even better still, consider laminating it.
A Couple of Quick Printing Notes
For the questionnaire and certificate, it is best if they can be printed in color. However, you can print in black and white or grayscale if you prefer. (This is a newer model of the color printer I have, which I love.)
The badge printable is something that children will color in, so this printable isn’t in color.
The badge page should definitely be printed on white cardstock. However, the certificate and questionnaire page would also be great to print on white cardstock as well. All of the pages would hold up even better if they were laminated after they have been finished.
If you want to have these printed at your local copy shop, you can show them this post if they give you a hard time to let them know that you have my permission to get this printed for personal, classroom, and church use.
This Father’s Day printable set is free for personal and classroom use (as well as church use), but you must include the copyright credit line when making your copies. You may not sell, publish, or host this printable set on other websites.
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Annette L says
Thank you so much for offering so many amazing free printables. I use your site often and have shared it with many of my children’s teachers. I am excited to use the Father’s Day questionnaire and badge with my little ones but this part needs to be corrected: _______________________________
“My favorite about thing about my dad is”
Thank you in advance. May god bless and protect you, your family and ministry.
Angie Kauffman says
Thanks so much for having brought this to my attention so quickly after I posted it. It was nice to get it corrected fast and to know that not too many people had to be contacted about the fix. Thanks again!
Judy Stutzman says
I am hoping to use these Father’s Day activities for my student for Sunday school!