It’s not a locked-up secret that dads are known for losing their keys. House keys, car keys, bike keys, office keys—whatever it may be, dads have a knack of misplacing them. So let’s put an end to all the last-minute panic attacks by creating a Father’s Day special key holder! Are you ready?
Parental Involvement: Very High
Duration: 20 minutes
Skills Acquired: Coordination, Caring, Thinking
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- A pair of scissors
- Paper cutter
- Coloured paper
- Board pins
- Dad’s keys
Instructions for Father’s Day Special Key Holder:
- Stick two cardboard slices of the same length to each other.
- Stick them onto a bigger cardboard piece.
- Decorate it with coloured paper.
- Draw the letters D, A, and D on the main cardboard piece.
- Using a paper cutter, cut the letters out.
- Stick coloured paper on the other side of the board.
- Insert board pins on the cardboard slice.
- Hang your dad’s keys on it!
Keep it near the main door at home to ensure your dad never misplaces his keys ever again!
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