To celebrate Father’s Day this Sunday, work with your child to think of three things that Dad says or does that are really good for your child.
- Things that help your child grow up well (for example, when he reminds him of his chores without getting mad)
- 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 you have thought of 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.