Father’s Day is fast approaching. I used to be good at choosing gifts, but I’m not feeling as creative anymore (or as rich). And as the children grow a little they want to be included more in the gift choosing. This year a Father’s Day poem for Daddy, written from the heart will show him that he’s a hero in their eyes.
Over the past couple of months both of my children have been putting more practice into their penmanship, and they enjoy showing off their improved skills. We’ve come up with two Father’s Day poems (available for Dad, Papa, and Grandpa) for children to fill in the blanks with ways in which they see their Dad.
My Dad is:
The first version is a simile poem. You can use either the denim background or the ink-saver plain background. All versions of this poem can be downloaded in one PDF file:My Dad is…Father’s Day Poems.
If My Dad Was a Superhero:
The second poem we’ve created is a superhero version. Again, this is available in a blue background or with an ink-saver version. It’s also available for Dad, Papa, and Grandpa. All variations can be downloaded for your use here:If My Dad was a Superhero Poem.
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