Looking for last-minute Father's Day ideas?
Family Fun Magazine has cute ideas like these Lawn Mower cupcakes. Find more gift suggestions at Family Fun Father's Day.
Check out tonight's episode of Cyberchase on PBS. In appreciation of “dear old Dad,” the whole family can enjoy award-winning film and stage actor Matthew Broderick in the all-new “Father’s Day” episode of Cyberchase premiering tonight, June 19 on PBS KIDS GO! (check local listings for times). Matthew voices the character of Max who, along with the help of the CyberSquad, tries to stop Hacker from setting out to ruin Father’s Day. Please let me know if you'd like more information or art.
Consider giving the gift of Boxing with a FREE workout from LA Boxing. The nation’s largest boxing, kickboxing, and mixed martial arts gym and training facility offers a unique way to spend some quality time in the boxing ring for a “knock out” present. Offering free classes for fathers, LA boxing is looking to give your father a complete workout experience, which focuses on strengthening and toning while building endurance and functional fitness. Watch your Father break a sweat while getting a knockout workout burning 800-1000 calories an hour!
Build some memories this Father's Day with SKIL and Lowe's. SKIL, Lowe’s and Worlds of Discovery Theme Parks have partnered to create a Father’s Day parent-child project contest for the chance to win an all expenses paid family vacation and other exciting prizes. The contest doesn't end until July 12, so there’s still plenty of time to pick a project, spend some quality time with your loved ones, and win some great prizes!
Outdoor projects are available for parents to do with their children, starting at age 4. Simply build the project together and submit in-action photos or videos along with your entry form on the contest Web site!
To find a list of projects, tools and materials needed and official rules, visit www.SKILBuildingMemories.com. You can complete your entry with a few easy steps on this site, or, you can enter via the SKIL Building Memories Facebook Page (You must download the application at the bottom of the page to enter).