Show Dad He’s Your Hero this Father’s Day
(StatePoint) If Dad is your hero, Father’s Day is the perfect time to let him know. Luckily, there are plenty of fun ways to shine a light on Dad’s valor — from cool new gifts to handmade creations.
Maybe it’s been a month since Dad laced up his sneakers — but you can change that.
Whether it’s a new set of weights, a mountain bike repair kit, or reflective running apparel, you can help keep Dad in super hero shape while promoting his athletic interests.
Adults view many everyday tasks as mundane, parenting moments — whether it’s changing a flat tire, pitching the tent on a camping trip, or checking for monsters under the bed. But to a child, these tasks can seem heroic, especially with the right tools. Give Dad the right accessories to perform these tasks with the ease of a hero.
Wearable headlights are not only comfortable and compact, but they can also help dads complete projects that require two hands. A new range of water-resistant, drop-tested headlights from Energizer feature powerful LEDs, a patented digital focus, dimming technology, shatter-proof lenses and a handy pivoting function, giving users the ability to control the beam direction. The Energizer Vision HD+ Focus, the most innovative headlight in the collection, allows for a beam of up to 80 meters. More information can be found at www.Energizer.com/fathersdaysavings.
Write a Story
Celebrate all of Dad’s heroic accomplishments with a comic strip or short story. Whether your Super Dad fixed a flat tire in an emergency, helped you finish your science project at the 11th hour or turned a boring day of errands into an adventure, you can show your appreciation by making him the protagonist of your own literary creation.
This Father’s Day, go beyond the standard tie. With a bit of thoughtful creativity, you can let Dad know just how much he means to you.