5 Ways to Make Your Dad Feel Special on Father’s Day

5 Ways to Make Your Dad Feel Special on Father’s Day


5 Ways to Make Your Dad Feel Special on Father’s Day

5 Ways to Make Your Dad Feel Special on Father’s Day: Father’s Day is almost here! In honor of that, I wanted to share some fun and easy ways to make your dad feel special this year. He’s probably busy working hard to provide for you and your family, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t deserve some time out with the kids to let him know how much he means to you. Here are 5 simple ways to make Father’s Day extra special this year!

1) Send him the gift

Sending your dad a gift is a great way to let him know you care. Don’t be afraid of going overboard; after all, it’s not often that you get an opportunity like this. Check out our guide for more ideas, and find yourself a perfect present! Good luck!

2) Let your dad know you love him with a personalized message

He wants to know you care, so it never hurts to send a quick note. A few minutes of your time is all it takes, and if you have kids—you can always get them involved in the process. In fact, asking them for input will not only let your dad know how much he means to you—it’ll also give him an excuse to spend some quality time with his favorite people.

If you still aren’t sure what to say, you can use one of these phrases and then personalize it. Maybe you could talk about a shared hobby or fond memory, use emojis—or just send a quick photo! If your dad is anything like mine, he will appreciate any small token of appreciation. So have fun with it! 🙂

3) Choose something he will love

Don’t be afraid to go all out with your gift. Sure, you can send a box of chocolates or flowers, but if your dad is really something special, why not surprise him with a trip or tickets to his favorite sports team? If you don’t know what he likes, ask your mother. She probably knows more about his tastes than you do. And don’t forget that you can always get something personalized!

Another great way of making your dad feel special is with a handmade gift. If you have a talent for drawing, writing or music, then you could come up with a small poem or song just for him and record it onto an MP3 player as a gift.

4) Get involved with his passions

If your dad loves golf or fishing, invite him out for a round (or two) at his favorite club. If he’s an outdoorsy type, take him hiking or camping. In general, any activity that involves being around friends and family can make your dad feel special. And while you should always ask before throwing a surprise party, you can get started by inviting some of his close friends over for an old-fashioned barbecue.

5) Surprise him with tickets for an upcoming event he will enjoy

It doesn’t have to be an all-expenses-paid trip or a plane ticket across continents. It can be ticketed for his favorite sporting event or even his favorite local team. Tickets don’t have to cost much and if you plan ahead of time, it will mean so much more than a card or gift.

A personal touch is what makes a gift so special, and that can be brought through tickets. If your dad enjoys watching hockey, find out when his favorite team is playing and send him tickets! It doesn’t have to be anything elaborate, as long as you make it clear how much thought you put into making it special for him.

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