A set of worksheets to help you remember good old Dad on Father's Day.

We start with a Father's Day reading comprehension sheet and a writing activity. We then move on to puzzles and graphic organizers. My favorite sheet on here is definitely the Word Ladder, give it a try.

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Father's Day Worksheets

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History Worksheet

History Passage

The first event held to specifically honor fathers was held at a West Virginia church on July 5, 1908.

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Single Dad Worksheet

Single Dad

The first woman who tried to establish a special day to honor fathers was raised by a _______________.

Appreciate Dad Worksheet

Appreciate Dad

Father's Day is a time to let your father, or an important male figure in your life, know how much you appreciate him.

My Father Worksheet

My Father

Take five words that best describe your dad and how you feel about him.

Word Scramble Worksheet

Word Scramble

Unscramble each and every word that you come across please.

Writing Worksheet

Writing Task

Something I really want my father to know this day is...

Proofreading Worksheet

Proofreading

Reading through this reading passage and edit it.

Celebrating Worksheet

Celebrating

How are you going to celebrate your father for this event?

This Much Worksheet

This Much

Cut out the card. Decorate it with crayons, paint, glitter, or cut-outs. Fold at the spine. Inside the card, write a personal message to your father to tell him how much you appreciate him.

Word Ladder Worksheet

Word Ladder Worksheet

Change one letter in each word to complete the word ladder to find out.

Write a Letter  Worksheet

Write a Letter to Your Father

Write aletter to your dad or to a special man in your life, telling him how much you appreciate him.

Writing Paper

Writing Paper

Use the stationery provided to compose your letter.

Acrostic Poem Worksheet

Acrostic Poem

Write an acrostic poem about your dad.

Haiku Poem Worksheet

Haiku

Write a haiku poem about your father.

Writing Prompt Worksheet

Writing Prompt

Write about something special that you did with your father. Where were you? What happened?

Trivia Worksheet

Trivia

Put these key events in chronological order.

Crossword Puzzle Worksheet

Crossword Puzzle

Take your time to find all eight words in puzzle.

What is Father's Day?

A celebration to honor fathers around the globe is known as Father's Day. The modern form of this celebration was founded by Sonora Smart Dodd. A vast majority of countries celebrate Father's Day on the 19th of March; however, some countries have also adopted the U.S date, which is the third Sunday of June.


The day celebrates fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence and contribution of fathers in society. It is a popular holiday in the United States where children, young and old, celebrate the day with their fathers. Children throughout the day celebrate Father's Day in different forms; some make cards; some take their fathers out for dinner. It is a celebration to rejoice, and it brings the whole family together!


Father's Day holds equal importance as Mother's Day, Sibling's Day, and Grandparent's day. This tradition is over one hundred years old in the United States. This is the date that we celebrate our Dads and father figures who have helped mold us into productive citizens. The tradition started in Spokane, Washington. It took a long time for the holiday to catch on as a National recognized holiday. It is celebrated on third Sunday every June throughout most of the world. It is the fourth most popular card sending holiday with just over seventy million cards sent out. Still today the neck tie is seen as the most popular gift for Dads.

Fun Facts About Father's Day

The concept to acknowledge all the sweat and hard work fathers put in our lives to see us successful did not exist until 1924. However, in 1924 President Calvin Coolidge suggested moving it to the third Sunday of June to give fathers a longer weekend. This was officially proclaimed in 1966 by President Lydon.

Father's Day is a global appreciation of our guardian angel, who has always held our backs. People see this as an opportunity to spend time with their fathers to let them know how much they appreciate them.

There are several innovative ways to celebrate Father's Day. We can arrange a grand party, take our father out to lunch or dinner, go fishing or hiking together, or just spend time at home with him. Whatever you do, let your father know how much you appreciate him!

Facts About Father's Day.

1. The First One

Sonora Smart Dodd, in honor of her father, celebrated this event in 1910. Sonora's father raised her and her siblings as single parents.

2. In Thailand

The republicans of Thailand, on the birthday of King Bhumibol, celebrate this holiday. Mr Bhumibol is also the father of the current king, Maha Vajiralongkorn. The holiday is a time for families to honor their fathers.

3. Average Amount Spent

Americans spent over $17 billion on this holiday in 202. According to 2021 data, the average person in the USA spends $174, higher than in the past years.

4. Sending Cards Is Most Common Gesture

This celebration is seen as the Fifth-largest card-sending day. Many families take the time to celebrate and honor fathers on this special day.

5. 3rd Sunday of June

The third Sunday of June every day is celebrated as Father's Day. People take out time to appreciate their fathers. Following the global powers, almost every country celebrates this holiday simultaneously, although some celebrate it at different times of the year.

6. Official Flower - Rose

The official flower of Father's Day is the rose. According to Christian tradition, roses were created by Jesus during his ministry. While the white rose is traditionally associated with purity and innocence, red roses are often seen as a symbol of love and passion. Nothing can be better than roses as a way to say I Love You to your dad.

7. Most Popular Gift

Many people choose to give neckties as gifts. They are a popular choice because they are practical and often appreciated by men.

8. Americans spend more on Mother's Day than Father's Day.

American consumers spend a slight bite more. The average consumer spends $219 on Mother's Day gifts, while they only plan to spend $190 on Father's Day gifts. This may be partly because Americans typically view mothers as more important figures in their lives.

Fathers, while still important, are often seen as more distant and less involved in daily life. Whatever the reason for the discrepancy, it's clear that American consumers place a higher value on one celebration over another.

Final Words

Our fathers have done a lot for us. We owe them a lot. This event is a time to show them how much we appreciate them and everything they have done for us. Find a suitable way to celebrate with your family. Whether you spend the day fishing or just hanging out at home, let your father know how much you care about him!