July 4th/Independence Day Activities

Does your kid know the meaning of the 4th of July? Create teaching moments with these Independence Day activities that celebrate the Stars and Stripes, fireworks, and of course red, white and blue! From science to history to art, kids Pre-K to 5th grade will love celebrating this year with these July 4th activities. Learn more about the USA with President's Day activities.

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No matter if it's election day, an important leader's birthday, or any U.S. holiday, this red, white, and blue craft is a great way to show your patriotism.
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Making a freedom kite is a great way to show appreciation on Memorial Day or July 4th, and enjoy the summer sunshine with family.
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Want to give craft time a little pop and sizzle? Try this colorful painting craft that uses one of our favorite toys--a Koosh ball!
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Help your child create a safe firework by turning strips of paper into a quilled 4th of July masterpiece perfect for displaying at a 4th of July party.
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Make this star-spangled greeting for the door to make all your guests feel welcome for the next patriotic holiday.
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Why not add some red, white, and blue to your life, and give your kid some practice with a major math concept...counting to 100 independently.
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Got an aspiring illustrator or animator on your hands? Let your child try making his own hand-drawn animation by creating a 4th of July flip book.
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This 4th of July, end the battle for independence in your house, and show your child just how much freedom she can enjoy.
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Your child can hone her cutting skills while making this patriotically festive star collage!
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Help your crafty kid make rocket-shaped party favors to hand out to friends and family on Independence Day!
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Here's a 4th of July project that invites your fifth grader to explore what "liberty" really means to her.
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Show your patriotism on the next great American holiday by making a shooting star spangled banner that's reminiscent of the American flag.
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Whether your child is celebrating a great American holiday or simply feeling patriotic, this american flag craft is sure to please your little artist.
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Mix up a batch of molasses cookies, and you'll have a delicious chance to teach your child some math and social studies in the process!
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Here's a festive, patriotic 4th of July fruit platter that is healthy, delicious, and guaranteed to be a real crowd pleaser.
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Introduce your child to the concept of the melting pot by decorating a patriotic 4th of July planter.
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Have your kid help create the centerpieces for your picnic lunch, or festive dinner on the next U.S. holiday or special occasion you plan on celebrating.
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Conduct a mock interview with the President to teach your child about politics, the president and the world she lives in.
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These festive red and blue drink umbrellas are the perfect DIY party idea. While you're making them you can even sneak in a little compass practice.
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Make these delicious and festive smoothies with your kids this Fourth of July to celebrate the holiday with a healthy twist.

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