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Father's Day Coloring Pages

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 3 pages | Grades: 2 - 6

Color, gift, and frame one of our mindfulness coloring pages for Father’s Day.

Father’s Day Coloring Pages Can Be Gifts Too!

Uh-oh…. It’s the last week of school and you just remembered that Father’s Day is right after summer break begins. What do you do? There’s no time for a massive Father’s Day craft project, so we’ve come up with a simple solution to your problem. Grab a Father’s Day coloring sheet, and a dollar store photo frame and put that last week of school downtime to use. You can pull off the perfect Father’s Day present with our Father’s Day coloring pages!

Father’s Day is a wonderful occasion that gives children the chance to show their love and appreciation for their dad or father figure. In America, Father’s Day is celebrated each year on the first Sunday in June, which coincides with the end of the school year for many states across the nation! Why not fill some downtime and check off one more end of year activity by having students color in a beautiful Father’s Day coloring sheet.

Once complete, why not put this beautiful artwork into a frame for father figures to keep for a lifetime.  For inclusiveness, we’ve included three different Father’s Day coloring activities so that students can choose which template fits their loved one the best.

Share the Love with a Mindful Happy Father’s Day Coloring Page

What is mindfulness? Being present in the immediate. Slowing thoughts, breath and body to feel into all that is right now. This blissful, calm state is one that we’d all love in our classrooms a little more often, right? Incorporating mindfulness activities into your daily classroom routines is one way to incite this kind of calm. Mindfulness coloring is another! 

So, why not get that Father’s Day present sorted all while inciting calm in your classroom.

Don’t stop there! We’ve got more mindfulness coloring pages here: 

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