The cards have a pretty frame on the front, so your little artists can draw their own picture of their dad, but then the fun starts inside. The cards are full of fun fill-in-the-blank questions for your kids to answer. The girls had lots of fun thinking of the answers and talking about how much they loved Creative Daddy.
I know I'll have to apologize profusely to Creative Daddy for letting the girls try to guess his age. He's no where near 50, poor guy, but at least 50 was better than her first guess... 100! Since I'm a sneaky mommy, I also used this as a bit of after school writing practice for my Kindergartner, Lizzie, and made her write out all the answers herself.
I laughed when they answered "make money" for their dad's job. Smiled when they said "My Dad is the best at... being silly," and my heart melted when they said "I love my Dad because... I love him."
We're excited to give these cards to Creative Daddy and won't even be waiting until Father's Day. Luckily, his birthday comes sooner than Father's Day. Unfortunately, that means I'll have to come up with another idea for Father's Day. Any ideas Martha??
You can find Dad Libs in the Good Things section of the June 2013 issue of Martha Stewart Living or online at this link: Dad Libs.
First image photo by Kate Mathis. Cover image and first image courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright ©2013.
For more Father’s Day craft ideas, check out www.marthastewart.com.
*Disclose: The wonderful folks at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia did contact me to let me know about Dad Libs. However, I'm telling you about it because I truly think it's a fun & fabulous idea!