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10 Father’s Day Gifts Your Dad Wants

10 Father’s Day Gifts Your Dad Wants


Father’s Day is just around the corner! Why should only mother’s get a day of appreciation?

Father’s are equally important to the family structure.

Since the early 19th century, Father’s Day grew rapidly in popularity to celebrate and honor fathers everywhere.

Today, Father’s Day is celebrated all over the world.

Whether your honoring your father or your children’s father, there’s sure to be a gift idea on this list any father would love!

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For The Master Chef

4 Piece Dad Grill Set

Give the gift of grilling to your dad this Father's DayA memorable gift to last dad for years to come.  The Kovot grill set includes a digital thermometer, 2 spatula’s and tongs all in one carrying case.

For The Mr. Fix It

Ryobi Super Combo Kit

Buy a tool set this Father's Day for the dad in your lifeI bought this set 2 years ago for my husband.  It makes a great starter kit for any handy man. 

Personally, I had ulterior motives for buying a tool set.  I want things fixed around the house. 

With the help of this Father’s Day gift, my husband remodeled the laundry room and bathroom.

For The Active Dad

Fitbit Activity Tracker

 The Fitbit was given to my husband last year for Father’s Day.  Why the Fitbit Alta?  Well, my husband works in construction and needed an activity tracker that’s waterproof. 

Along with being waterproof, this fitbit connects through bluetooth to your phone.  My husband never misses my text messages telling him to stop by the store to get more milk.

For The Sentimental Dad

DIY Engraved Wooden Hammer

Give dad a memorable gift this Father's Day

Engraved with the saying “Thank you for helping me build my life.”  This is a great heart-felt gift from a child to a father. 

Whether he uses it to hang photos around the house or displays it, the engraved hammer is a great way to say “Thank you, Dad!”

For The Tech Savvy Dad

Echo Spot

Dad can do anything with this voice controlled echo spot on Father's DayYou name it, the Echo Spot and Alexa can do it!  Keep in touch with close friends and family through hands-free video calling.  Dad can control the house lights, garage door, sprinklers and thermostat. 

Connect the baby monitor to have your husband soothe baby back to sleep, so you can sleep soundly!


For The Geeky Dad

Star Wars BB-8 Droid

An geeky dad would want this gift on Father's DayFight the dark side of the force with this fully interactive BB-8 Droid.  Perfect for the Star Wars obsessed dad or husband in your life!  BB-8 is equipped with voice and sound responses and is programmed to follow dad’s every step.

For The Stylish Dad

4 Pack Of Men’s Silk Ties

Give the classy look of style this Father's DayIf your father or husband wears ties to work or Sunday service, this is an amazing addition to his wardrobe.  This 4 pack of skinny silk ties comes in 31 different color combinations!

For The Outdoorsman

A Camping Griddle

Give the gift of adventure this Father's DayWhile this may be a Father’s Day present, the whole family benefits from this camping griddle.  Take this propane fueled griddle with you when your camping, going on a picnic or tailgating.

For The Gaming Dad

Nintendo Switch

Gaming is fun for the whole family for Father's DayThe Nintendo Switch provides hours of entertainment.  Dad can play anywhere and everywhere with this all-in-one gaming system.  He can even switch to the multiplayer option to play with the kids.

For The Every Type Of Dad

A Gift Card

A gift card let's dad pick whatever he wants for Father's DayAn Amazon gift card is a great gift for any type of dad or a dad that says he wants “nothing” for Father’s Day.  Preload any amount you would like to give. 

Then, dad can buy whatever he wants!

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Spending Time With Dad

Sometimes a dad doesn’t want a special gift for Father’s Day.  Instead he wants to spend time with his family.  Make memories with your family this Father’s Day by trying a fun new activity!

  • Have a barbecue
  • Try backyard camping the night before Father’s Day
  • Attend a Father’s Day church service
  • Spend the day at the beach as a family
  • Go on a family picnic in the park
  • Go fishing
  • Have a movie marathon at home (Dad picks)
  • Go to a baseball game
  • Catch a  movie matinee
  • Play a game of  golf or putt putt golf (perfect for little one’s)


Works Cited

15 Things To Do with Dad

Top 10 Fun Ways To Spend Father’s Day With Dad

A Brief History of Father’s Day





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