Father’s Day

People all over the world find different ways to show fathers their love and respect. Father’s Day is a special day set aside to honour fathers.

Father’s Day is a celebration that honors the role of fathers and forefathers. It is a modern holiday, though the ancient Romans did have a tradition of honouring fathers, every February, but only those who had deceased.

Around the world, Father’s Day is celebrated on different dates, though the day is celebrated in a similar manner, usually involving giving gifts to fathers and family activities.

In some countries, children make gifts for their fathers for Father’s Day. Many people send cards that express their love. People also like to take their fathers to shows or sports events they enjoy on that day. Sometimes on Father’s Day, children help out their fathers in special ways, such as by doing extra chores.

Children in Serbia, a country in Eastern Europe, tease their dads on Father’s Day. They tie him in bed and tease him until they get coins and treats.

Grandfathers are honoured on Father’s Day, too. Many people make a point to visit their grandfathers on this day.

Father’s Day is celebrated in June in the U.S.A., Canada, and the United Kingdom. People in Australia honour their fathers during September. In Serbia, people celebrate Father’s Day on the Sunday before Christmas.

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