Are you struggling to think of something to do this Father’s Day? We have put together some ideas to help you out.
BREAKFAST IN BED
It is Father’s Day so why not spoil your Dad and make him breakfast in bed. The kids will love helping to make something or if they are old enough not to wreak havoc in your kitchen make something for Dad themselves.
GO ON A PICNIC
When was the last time you grabbed a picnic blanket and went to the park for a picnic? You could pack some food and go for brunch or lunch or make it simple and pick something up on the way. While you are there have some fun, fly a kite or kick a ball around. Dad will love it.
This year, start a camping tradition. Pitch a tent, start a campfire, swap memories about growing up—it's bonding at its best. Look for a campground near you, pick up the right gear, and go wild.
They say golf is a good walk spoiled, but not when you spend 18 holes worth of quality time with dad. You can hire an instructor for a series of golf lessons for you and your dad—a great excuse to hang out together, pick up tips from a pro, and improve your game.
This is a great rainy day option. If you have little kids you can opt for bumper bowling to give them an advantage.
HAVE A MOVIE AFTERNOON IN
If Dad just wants to relax on Father’s Day pick one of his favourite movies to watch, throw on some popcorn and kick back and enjoy the movie.
WASH HIS CAR
Instead of the old standbys - another tie, golf balls - this year give him something he can really use: elbow grease. Fill a bucket with our Car, Boat and Caravan Kit and attach a coupon for three car washings. The ideal starter Kit to clean his car inside and out without any chemicals.
If you want to spend some time in the great outdoors then head down to the river or lake and cast a line for a few hours. Fishing is a great way to create some cute memories with your kids and relax.