For Father's Day
1. They could wash dad's car, and if they are really ambitious, vacuum the inside and wax the exterior, as well. This suggestion, I admit, comes from Walmart, though you really don't have to buy the kit they recommend.
2. They could take over a current chore that dad usually does, like mowing the lawn or taking out the garbage, either for the week of Father's Day or longer
3.For a gift that keeps on giving, they can put together a voucher book that entitles dad to press the kids into raking leaves, shoveling snow, or doing some other task that he would enjoy delegating.
4. They could bake a cake, cookies, or prepare something else he likes like chocolate covered pretzels.
5. They can make a frame with their pictures inside. For wooden frames that can be painted and decorated, check out Michael's. For very young kids, you can cut the opening on a paper plate and allow them to add stickers or fingerpaint colors on it.
6.Of course, the card can be homemade, as well, but if you like e-cards, check out http://ecards.myfuncards.com/myfuncards/ComposeCard.jhtml?cardID=20038895&printable=false
Related posts: http://www.examiner.com/jewish-bridal-in-new-york/father-s-day-outing-idea-with-coupon and my CMOsite post on marketing Father's Day
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