This Duct Tape Picture Frame from Teach Preschool is such a simple idea, even younger kids can make this. Be sure to check out the links at the bottom for a few more ideas.
I love this keychain from Brick by Brick.
One of my favorite ideas is this BBQ sauce idea from The SEEDS Network:
This footprint bookmark is very cute, looks easy to do and is also from The SEEDS Network:
Kiboomu has a post, Kid-Made Father's Day Gifts, with several different ideas to choose from.
This clipboard from AlphaMom would be a great way to preserve a masterpiece.
Baking for Dad is a sure fire way to show the love. Check out these Cookie Gift Cans from Pre-K Pages.
This Father's Day Wordle Gift , also from Pre-K Pages, would be a handsome addition to Dad's office.
I love this Kid-Made Father's Day Tie Card from Kiboomu.
I love this Father's Day Toolbox Card from Brilliant Beginnings Preschool
There are several ideas you can use for Father's Day cards in the post, Father's Day Handprint and Footprint Crafts from Handprint and Footprint Art.
I also encourage you to take a moment to be mindful of your students who maybe only have one parent. Aunt Annie's Childcare has a great post, Thoughts on Mothers' Day about talking with families who have only one parent about how they handle such specific holidays.
A few good reads for Father's Day:
Happy Father's Day!!!!