If the father in your life really doesn’t need another “Best Dad” mug then these free printable Father’s Day questionnaires are a much more fun way for the kids to show their love. We all know children say the funniest things and their answers to questions about people they love are usually both brutally honest, very cute and hilarious, if you need proof, scroll to the bottom of the post to see some of my children’s answers over the years.
The great thing about Father’s Day questionnaires is that you can repeat them every year and you end up with a really lovely memento of how your children’s answers changing over the years. We’ve created three different Father’s Day questionnaires to suit different ages of child. There is a Father’s Day questionnaire for toddlers, a Father’s Day questionnaire for Preschoolers and a Father’s Day questionnaire for older children. Each questionnaire is available to download for free in either black and white or colour.
None of the printable require an email sign up so just click on the image for your preferred questionnaire and it will download as a PDF ready for you to print.
Free Printable Father’s Day Questionnaire for Toddlers
This free Father’s Day questionnaire is aimed at toddlers between around 18 months and 3 years. As well as some simple questionnaires about their Daddies, it includes space for a hand print to help you remember how little their hands were at this age. Click on your preferred version below to download the PDF.
Free Printable Father’s Day Questionnaires for Preschoolers (Age 3-5 Years)
This printable questionnaire for Father’s Day is suitable for preschoolers around the ages of 3, 4 or 5. Rather than a space for a handprint, it has a space for your preschooler to draw a picture of their Daddy. It has slightly different questions to the toddler Father’s Day printable as you can usually get answers to more complicated things by this age. Click on your preferred version below to download the PDF.
Free Printable Father’s Day Questionnaire for Older Children
This Father’s Day questionnaire is suitable for children over 5. The printable includes a space for your child to either draw a picture of themselves and their Dad or stick on their favourite photograph instead. To reflect children’s changing speech patterns, it uses the word “Dad” instead of “Daddy”. The questions in this one are more open ended giving children more chance to express their feelings. Click on your preferred version below to download the PDF.
Using the Father’s Day Printables
You can print the questionnaires in either black and white or colour, we’ve created a version for each option to ensure they look as good in black and white as they do in colour. The black and white versions of the printables allow children to colour in the title too.
You can either print them on paper or lightweight card which will give them more durability. I suggest creating a folder to add them to each Father’s Day so they are all in one place. Once the children are older they will love looking back at their earlier answers too.
Answers My Children Have Given Over the Years
Here are some of things my children have said when answering these types of questions.
“What Does Daddy Always say?” – “Stop kicking that ball at me” (and yet, he never stopped kicking the ball!)
“What is Daddy’s Favourite thing to do?” – “Have a nap” (She’s not wrong)
“How much do you love Daddy?” – “100” (Biggest number she knew at the time)
“How old is Daddy” – “70 something” (He was 38)
“What is Mummy’s Job?” – “Reading books” (I wish that were true)
What does Daddy like to drink?” – “Lots of beer” (no comment)
“What is Daddy good at?” – “Being a Daddy” (my heart!)
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