Father's Day Video Writing Prompts

 

K-2: Father's Day Facts

What do you know about your dad? Write down 3 facts about him.

 

Bonus: For each Father's Day Fact, draw a picture to illustrate that fact about your dad.

 

(You can use an uncle, grandfather or other male role model in place of your dad.)

3-5: Moments with Dad

Describe a moment in your life in which your dad played a major role. Describe the event in detail, along with how your dad was involved and how having him there made you feel.

 

(You can use an uncle, grandfather or other male role model in place of your dad.)

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6-8: Dad's Life Stereotypical Activities

What activities best represent the "dad life" to you? What activities does your dad, or other dads that you know, break with these stereotypical "father-figure" activities? 

 

Using those examples, explain how people in your life either life up to OR go against "dad" stereotypes.

9-12: A Father's Influence

Why is it important for children to have a father, or a positive male role model, in their lives? In an argumentative essay, explain the importance of a father's influence, citing specific reasons to support your claim. You can use examples from your life or from those around you as additional support.

 

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