Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

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The fourth of July is just a few weeks away and it is one of my favorite holidays!  It doesn’t get much better than hot dogs, fireworks, and a whole lotta red, white & blue!  Here are a few of our favorite crafts and activities:

 

Fireworks in a Jar Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Make fireworks in a jar.

Pop Learn 500x333 Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Use snappers to learn letters, numbers, shapes, and sight words.

4th of July Fun with Water Beads Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Forget the fireworks…have some 4th of July fun with water beads.

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Create an apple-stamped windsock!

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Make “Old Glory” using craft sticks.

Red White Blue Bubbl Snakes Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Make patriotic bubble snakes using a sock and a plastic bottle!

4th of July Cookies Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Make the World’s Best Sugar Cookies…in the shape of a flag!

Homemade Face Paint 500x333 Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Have a face-painting party with this homemade face paint recipe!

Free Flag Dot Art Printable Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Make a Dot Art flag with this free printable.

Salt Absorbing Fireworks Fourth of July Crafts and Activities

Create Salt-Absorbing Fireworks!

What are some of your favorite 4th of July activities and crafts?  Leave a idea (or a link) in the comments!

 

Comments

  1. Kimber says

    Thanks for the great list! Last year I wanted to do an act of service on the 4th, so we made treats and delivered them to our local firemen to thank them for keeping us safe on a holiday with a lot of potential for fires. They seemed to really appreciate it, and they gave the kids a little tour of the fire trucks, which they loved. I think I’m going to make that a family tradition.

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