Father’s Day is June 15th, so if you’re looking for Father’s Day gift ideas, your local Family Dollar has lots of gift options that make it easy to celebrate the great Dads in your life.
Let’s skip the neckties this year, and get more bang for your buck by picking up Dad some great new clothes! Family Dollar has great, affordable men’s clothing, including quality athletic shorts, cargo shorts, polo shirts, and t-shirts. You’ll have Dad looking snazzy in no time!
Baseball caps make great Father’s Day gifts from kids, and they help to keep the sun out of dear old Dad’s eyes.
Keep your outdoorsy Dad comfortable with a folding quad chair equipped with two cup holders for his favorite cold drinks. The best part is, Dad’s new chair stores neatly in an easy-to-carry storage bag. You’ll find beach umbrellas and canopies too, for Dads who love to lounge on the beach.
Speaking of cold drinks, make sure Dad’s drinks stay cool in the summer heat with a new thermos or cooler to help keep his thirst quenched all summer. And, for Dads who love to grill and cook, a portable grill is perfect for beach outings, campground cooking, or a trip to the park. No matter where he goes, your favorite master chef can do his thing!
For DIY dads and fishermen, a pair of work gloves is an inexpensive Father’s Day gift, and just the thing for protection and good grip. We don’t want those fish getting away!
For the man who likes to be prepared for anything, a flashlight like this 9 LED Spotlight will do just the trick. It’s perfect for camping trips and makes a great handyman’s tool.
If you’re shopping for an auto enthusiast, there’s also a huge assortment of gadgets and gizmos to make Dad’s car stand out.
To be sure Dad can capture all your special family memories forever, give him a digital camera, so he doesn’t miss a moment!
Once all your gifts have been picked out, have the kids make Dad a homemade card, and write a funny poem or create a special drawing to include with it. Those extra special touches will warm his heart and make him feel loved and appreciated.
And don’t forget to give Dad a big hug and tell him you love him!
By Liz Mays