Father’s day on the third Sunday of June and this year, we will celebrate father’s day on June 21. Father’s day is a day that is dedicated to all the fathers out there.
It’s a day of celebrations and spoiling your dad with gifts, treats, and love. You can go out to watch movies, can have a dinner date with your family, can go out for a picnic, shopping, etc, there are a lot of activities to do.
However, this year, we suggest that you stay inside and celebrate father’s day within the comfortable walls of your home. As this year, father’s day is colliding with the solar eclipse, and we also have the COVID-19 outbreak. Therefore, it is better to stay inside and make the best of it.
1. Serve Dad an all-star brunch.
The best way to start off Father’s Day? A table full of all of Dad’s favorite brunch recipes, of course. Wow him with an all-star spread of waffles, eggs, and fruit — and don’t forget the coffee and OJ, obviously!
2.Have a family game night.
This year, let Dad flaunt his competitive side with the best board games for the whole family, including favorite classics like Jenga, charades, and Monopoly. If Dad loves trivia and brain teasers, you can even host a family trivia night!
The whole family — including Dad — can explore their creative sides with fun family crafts. Plus, whatever you make can totally double as a great DIY gift for Dad!
4.Pack up a backyard picnic.
Here’s an easy way to impress Dad on his special day: Pack up some sandwiches, grab a blanket, then head out to your backyard! He’ll definitely enjoy the sunshine and some fun backyard games — especially with all his favorite people around him. If you don’t have a backyard, swap the location to your living room.
5. Pamper him with a spa day.
Dads deserve some pampering, too! Turn your home into a relaxing spa complete with some of Dad’s favorite candles and soothing music, then you or your kids can treat him to an at-home massage (it’s the thought that counts!). You can even pair it with a spa-themed gift basket — just load it up with some of his favorite shaving kits, lotions, and soaps.
6.Fire up the grill.
Father’s Day is best celebrated with family and amazing food, so bringing out the charcoal for the grill is a no-brainer. Take the opportunity to learn a thing or two from Dad or simply cheer him on as he serves plate after plate of delicious goodness.
7.Host an Indoor Movie Night
8. Partner Yoga With Dad
9.Video-chat With Relatives
10. Visit a Museum Online
Source : Woman’s Day