My Daddy and I Father’s Day Survey

Earlier this week, I shared my I Love My Dad! Emergent Reader that’s perfect for Father’s Day, and today, I have a super cute My Daddy and I Father’s Day Survey!

It’s a very quick and simple way to make a great keepsake. The printable doesn’t require any special preparation, and you can fill it in within minutes.

This is also a great activity for dad’s birthday or any other day your kids want to show daddy some love. 

 

This printable My Daddy and I Father's Day Survey is so cute! Simple questions to ask your preschooler or kindergartener about his or her relationship with daddy make for a great keepsake to look back on in years to  come.

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Materials for My Daddy and I Father’s Day Survey

 

This printable My Daddy and I Father's Day Survey is so cute! Simple questions to ask your preschooler or kindergartener about his or her relationship with daddy make for a great keepsake to look back on in years to  come.

 

What’s in the Printable PDF File?

This is a simple one-page printable that you simply need to print out. Trim off the narrow white edges if you want.

Then ask your child the questions and fill in the blanks, or let your child fill them in if he or she is able.

 

This printable My Daddy and I Father's Day Survey is so cute! Simple questions to ask your preschooler or kindergartener about his or her relationship with daddy make for a great keepsake to look back on in years to come.

 

The questions don’t just focus on what daddy likes, but also on the relationship between the child and daddy. E really enjoyed answering the questions – and asked me to ask them again the next day. {The answers remained the same 😉 }

 

This printable My Daddy and I Father's Day Survey is so cute! Simple questions to ask your preschooler or kindergartener about his or her relationship with daddy make for a great keepsake to look back on in years to  come.

 

Do your kids like to read and learn with mini books?

These Letter A-Z mini folding books are very simple to make and great fun to look at and read over and over again! Includes a black and white version for coloring and saving on ink. {Now also available in a lower case version!}

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This printable My Daddy and I Father's Day Survey is so cute! Simple questions to ask your preschooler or kindergartener about his or her relationship with daddy make for a great keepsake to look back on in years to come.

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Like the clip art?

I Love My Dad! Emergent Reader uses the same one.

 

Here are a few more fun Father’s Day activities:

Simple Father’s Day Photo Gift by Munchkins and Moms

10 Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts from Kids by Powerful Mothering

Light-Up Father’s Day Cards by Left Brain Craft Brain

 

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  1. I printed this for our son to fill-in for this year’s Father’s Day. Then we laminated it and stuck colorful Popsicle sticks to create a border. My son was so excited about presenting it to his daddy that he wanted to give it as soon as possible.
    My hubby is German. Are you producing materials in German, too?