[Surfnetkids: 03 Jun 2009] Father’s Day Cards

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#1. June 3, 2009

Barbara J. Feldman
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#3. Father’s Day Cards

by Barbara J. Feldman

Father’s Day Cards Printable (** for premium members only)

Father’s Day is a fairly new holiday, and wasn’t given national recognition until President Richard Nixon established a permanent national observance on the third Sunday in June. Father’s Day was originally conceived in 1909 by Sonara Smart Dodd, who was raised by her dad after her mother died. Her pop’s birthday was in June, so she held the first Father’s Day on June 19, 1910 in her hometown of Spokane, Washington.

123 Certificates: Father’s Day Certificates and Cards
Award your Dad a Father of the Year credential with these customizable, printable certificates. Choose from a variety of borders, add your name, a special message, and just hit the “Make It” button. Additional printable certificates include rewards for students, spelling bee winners, teachers, moms, or “you can even reward yourself!” For printable Father’s Day cards (instead of the certificates) visit their sister site, 123 Print Cards. You’ll find a link in the middle of the page.

Care2: Father’s Day eCards
Care2 is an activist network that promotes causes such as animal welfare, climate change, and human rights, while giving consumers a selection of free ecards to send to their dads and other important folks. There are nearly eighty Flash Father’s Day cards to choose from, as well as cards for Mother’s Day, Groundhog Day, St. Patrick’s Day and so on. For every ecard sent, Care2 makes a donation to an environmental nonprofit to save a square foot of rainforest. They also connect site visitors with over 350 non-profits, promoting many ways to make a difference in the world.

Danielle’s Place: Father’s Day Crafts
Although the first craft on this Father’s Day page is for paying members only, the rest of the Father’s Day projects here at Danielle’s Place are free for everyone to enjoy. Most of the two dozen illustrated Father’s Day crafts are fancy homemade cards, but a few fall into the gift category. For example, you could learn how to make a “Dad Rocks” paper weight, a collage pencil holder, or a “Daddy’s Girl” picture frame. Other craft categories include garden, fall, safari, animal, fun foam, and colonial.

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#4. Printables Club Members Also Get …

Surfnetkids Printables Club Members also get the following printables to use in the classroom, the computer lab, the school library, or to send home with students:

Father’s Day Cards Printable
Printable Fathers Around-the-World Word Search
Father’s Day Wikipedia Printable
Father’s Day Printable
Mother’s Day Printable

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#5. Related Games

Fathers Around-the-World Word Search

Father’s Day Jigsaw

Father’s Day Coloring Pages

#6.Surfing the Calendar

Aesop’s Birthday
Jun 4, 620 BC

Ronald Reagan Dies at Age 93
Jun 5, 2004

Ben Franklin Flies a Kite
Jun 5, 1752

D-Day Normandy Invasion
Jun 6, 1944

“$64,000 Question” Game Show Premiered
Jun 7, 1955

Transit of Venus
Jun 8, 2004

Anne Frank’s Birthday
Jun 12, 1929

World’s First Roller Coaster Opened at Coney Island
Jun 13, 1884

First American Flag Adopted
Jun 14, 1777

John Bartlett’s Birthday
Jun 14, 1820

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