Cool 4Th July Kids Crafts

It is time for red, white, and blue in the United States. Here are 4th July kids crafts that will help your child to celebrate. They are also so cool you will forget about the heat! Your children can make things to wear and decorate your table.

You can’t have fireworks this summer, no problem. Your children can make sparklers and noisemakers that are safe. Even your preschooler can enjoy making and holding them!

4th July Kids Crafts

The Pictures below will take you to the directions for 4th July Kids Crafts.

The America flag is an important symbol of our county. When making one we can learn about why we made it with the colors that we did and why it has stars and stripes. You can make a flag out of red and blue striped straws.

Is the sun getting in your eyes? With this sun visor craft you will be able to eat your picnic lunch.

Soda cans are cold to hold after they have sat in ice for a while. We have two different crafts that your kids can make to keep your hands warmer. One uses craft foam while the other uses felt.

It’s time to start the parade! All your kids need are some instruments to play. Here is a tambourine that they can make.

You won’t have to wait unit night to see these fireworks. Also don’t worry these two crafts are not nosy and are safe for your kids. One would be great to sit on the table for a place holder. The other is a sparkler made with flash tape that your kids can run around with.

Interesting Facts about July 4

Both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died on July 4, 1826. They both signed the Decoration of Independence and were presidents of the United States.

James Monroe also a signer of the Decoration died on July 4, 1831.

Calvin Coolidge is the only president of the United States that was born on the 4 of July.

The holiday has been celebrated since 1777.

Have your kids run around in the yard with their tambourines and sparklers. You can sit at your picnic table that is decorated with fireworks. Be sure to put on your sun visor to keep the sun out of your eyes. Hope you had as much fun as we did making 4th July kids crafts.

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