Father’s Day Gift Ideas with FREE printable!

Father’s Day is rapidly approaching and my little man loves showering his beloved Daddy with affection on Father’s Day.  He loves to make it really special for him and one way we do that is with home made gifts that show effort and thought as well as buying him a little treat we know he’d like from the shops.

We’re an all male household (apart from yours truly) so we’re big on Superheros in our house; Avengers, Spiderman, Superman, Batman even Supergirl #girlsAREallowed so this year I thought of a Superhero themed printable gift we could give Daddy Clack as we’re also starting to incorporate chore charts in our house we’ve done Super Daddy coupons good for chores or fun stuff to do together.

I’ve done a free printable for you to give your own Superhero Daddy some Fathers Day Coupons and there’s also a page of Blank Fathers Day Coupons for your little Superstars to fill in themselves what treats they’d like to bestow upon their Daddy.  Click on the images below to download the printable.

Fathers Day Coupons by Creative Clack

Blank Fathers Day Coupons by Creative Clack

I love the hand made gift ideas that don’t cost a fortune and show you’ve really considered them and thought about their likes/dislikes.  We’re not big on flashy, over the top gifts in our house and I especially love a home made gift that my guys have put a lot of thought into so I’ve scoured Pinterest to come up with a Father’s Day Gift Ideas board to give you all some great ideas that can be tailored for your special Daddies.

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I lost my Dad to brain cancer nearly four years ago and although I still think about him every day at some point or other days like Father’s Day are especially hard for me.  Our parents won’t be here forever and when they’re gone we will always wish for that one last chance to tell them we love them!  So, don’t wait for Father’s Day give your own Daddy a call now and tell him you love him no matter what day it is!


End of Year Teacher’s Presents

My little monkey is rapidly approaching the end of Year 3 and I can’t believe it, I can still remember dropping him off for his first day of reception.  Mister Clack’s birthday is 31st August so he is the absolute youngest in his year, one day later and he would be the oldest child in the year below which blows my mind sometimes.

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I think the pressure on kids in primary school is ever growing, it’s certainly not how I remember primary school.  Mister Clack is multiplying and dividing fractions and spelling words like metallically and apologetically and he is only 7!

As stressful as it is for kids and parents, I think it is equally as stressful for the teachers who are having to teach this ever increasingly demanding education to little kids who just want to run around and play.  Mister Clack is lucky to have had a great teacher for Year 3 who has been patient with me asking endless questions and helping me with exercises to work on at home to help him improve in certain areas.  We’ve worked closely together this year, I can see the improvements in my little monkey and I’m very grateful for the extra effort she’s put into my little man.

To show appreciation it’s becoming more and more common to buy teachers gifts for Christmas and especially the end of the school year where they move onto another teacher and it might be your last interaction with them.  I’ve scoured the t’internet for some great, homemade, simple end of year teacher’s presents.  You don’t have to spend a fortune to show appreciation, just get creative!

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