What do you get the guy who has everything? He might say he doesn’t want anything, but he deserves something special this Father’s Day. Whether he’s into tech gadgets or sports, we’ve got you covered with these fun Father’s Day gift ideas that will make him smile.
Whether he’s a regular guy, an outdoorsman, a sports fan or a gadget geek, you’ll find something to make him smile on this list.
Gifting a favorite book or movie
It’s not always easy to find the perfect gift for Dad. But there are many things you can give him that will make him smile — and that he’ll love and treasure.
One of the easiest ways to find the right gift is to think about what your dad likes to do in his spare time. Is he a fan of sports? A movie buff? Does he like to read? What about his hobbies? Does he enjoy cooking or photography?
Think about Dad’s interests, and you can probably come up with lots of great gift ideas. Here are a few suggestions:
Favorite book or movie: Check out your local bookstore, library or video rental store for ideas. If you live on a budget, ask at the video store if they have any used movies you can re-gift (as long as they’re not too worn). Or check out Goodwill stores for books and movies.
Class: Take a class together. Depending on Dad’s interests, there may be classes available at your community center or local college that you could both enjoy. Or, if he enjoys cooking, sign him up for a cooking class.
Something homemade: Make your dad something special — perhaps out of some old family photos
Gifting a personalized item
Father’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to show your dad how much you love him than with a thoughtful gift? Whether you’re looking for something personalized, practical or sentimental, our Father’s Day Gift Guide has ideas that will make the father figure in your life smile.
Personalized items are a great way to honor the bond you share with your dad. You can create one-of-a-kind gifts like coffee mugs and water bottles engraved with his name and/or favorite quote, images or design. Or snap a photo of you and your dad and print it on a t-shirt or phone case. If he loves traveling, get him a luggage tag you can customize with his name, contact information and travel itinerary.
The practical dad will appreciate a gift that makes his life easier – they say necessity is the mother of invention after all! If he enjoys cooking, get him an electric grill or panini press so he can whip up delicious meals outdoors or in the kitchen. Does he like to be prepared for anything? Then consider getting him a multi-tool that has everything from screwdrivers to scissors to tweezers to knives.
Making him a special meal you know he loves
Father’s Day is a great time to show dad how much you appreciate him. While you might not be able to get together with your dad in person this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, there are plenty of ways to let him know how important he is to you.
A great gift for dad this Father’s Day is a homemade card or drawing. Make sure it comes from the heart and write a big thank-you note to let him know how much you appreciate everything he has done for you. If you’re looking for more ideas, here are some other ways to show your love and appreciation:
Make him a special meal you know he loves. This could be his favorite dish or his favorite restaurant food at home. Even if he’s not the best cook, it’s nice of you to help out and do something nice for him.
Take time out of your day just to talk. Sometimes fathers feel left out when their children have grown up and have busy lives, so take some time out of your day just to talk about things that are going on with him or what he’s been up to lately. You can also make sure that he knows that even though you may be busy, he is still important to you by giving him a call every day.