All About Dad – Father’s Day Printable

Give Dad the ultimate gift this year – a profession of all the things his kiddos love about him! These would be darling to file away and compare year after year.

Fathers Day Printable

My sweet neighbors who helped with the Mother’s Day printable came over to fill one out for their Dad – who is quite the character. Beau had the best answers though…

My Dad is the best at: grilling stuff

My dad shows me he loves me when: He hugs me tight

The funniest thing my dad does is: try to water skee [sic]

My dad always: says he’s proud of me

My favorite thing to do with my dad is:  go camping

Don’t hesitate to have a conversation with your kiddos about these things well ahead of time to get the thoughtful juices flowing – say in the car or at bath or bed time. Then, when it comes time to actually transcribe their answers, don’t “momfluence” them. Let their hearts be true and their personalities shine through!

Download your printable here >> Fathers Day Printable << and enjoy!

Still need another great gift idea? This personalized at-a-glance desk (or car or fridge or wherever) calendar can be completed in about as much time as it takes to print your photos!

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7 thoughts on “All About Dad – Father’s Day Printable

  1. I absolutely LOVE this. I’m just having trouble opening it to print. I click the link and it takes me to a blank page. I’ve tried in both Chrome and Firefox. Any suggestions? I would love to use this for my kids at church. Thanks!

    1. Kim, when you click on he link in the post it brings you to a page with another link that says Father’s Day Printable. That should take you o the printable. I just loaded it right now, and it took about 5 seconds for it to come through on the page. Hope that helps!

  2. I love this too but I’m also having problems .I can get the printable to load but it wont print?

    1. Be sure you’re clicking the link that says “Fathers Day Printable”. Depending on your browser settings, it will either auto-download to your computer (and save to wherever your downloads are saved) or open a new window where you’ll have to click to download or right-click-save-document.

      Then, once it’s on your computer, treat it like any other .pdf and use preview or another application to print! Hope that helps!

  3. I also love this and I am ALSO having trouble printing it as well. Mine loads, I click print, and it just sits there and never prints. I’m not sure what the problem could be but it definitely seems like something on your end :(

    1. Tara – So sorry you’re having trouble! We can’t predict how each computer, browser and user settings will affect the .pdf file and so it’s hard to trouble shoot for you – but I’d try saving it to your computer, then printing or right-click and opening it in a preview application! Enjoy! I hope the lucky Dad getting to read it love it!

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