Category: Perceptual Motor

Father's Day Handprint Platter

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The Father's Day Handprint Platter is a Father's Day gift designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to craft. This activity works on fine motor skills.

Technical Specifications: 

Step One: Gather materials.

  • Oven safe platter.
  • Acrylic paints (assorted colors).
  • Paint Markers (assorted colors).
  • Paint plate and brushes.

Step Two: Pick a paint to dip the child's hand into and place their hand on the plate.

Step Three: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Step Four: While the oven is preheating, write a message for the father on the plate and label each handprint.

Step Five: Once the oven is preheated, bake for 15 minutes.


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Father's Day Handprint Platter

Made By:

Crafty Mama in ME! Crafting . Baking . Living
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Crafty Mama in Me! is a blog at for parents and teachers of children with disabilities by Shannon, who writes:  

My name is Shannon and I look forward to sharing some of my life with you!  I am an Event Manager turned part time working mom trying to wrangle two kids, a dog, a bunny, a husband and my blog!  I have a degree in Sports, Entertainment, and Event Management and worked in the hotel industry but realized the hours weren’t conducive to having a family and giving them the attention that I wanted.

This blog is a slice of our lives and offers a look at everything from crafting to baking and living!  I love to bake and enjoy planning activities for the kids.  I am a Disney loving Mama and working on creating Disney loving kids!   We love traveling asok a family and experiencing new things (and revisiting Disney as many times as I can convince my husband to let me  ).