From Summer Activities for Children, Part 2:
Work with your child to think of three things that Dad says or does that are really good for your child. They can be things that help your child grow up well (for example, when he reminds him of his chores without getting mad) and also some things that are just a lot of fun for your child (for example, when he runs races around the house with her). Share with Dad what you come up with and wish him a Happy Father’s Day. (Making a drawing of the things is a fun way to share.) If your child’s Dad isn’t in his life right now, celebrate a grandpa or a male friend, relative, or neighbor who acts like a dad with your child.
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See more activities at Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 1 and Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 2.