July 4th/Independence Day Worksheets and Printables

The 4th of July is a monumental day in America's history, with plenty of ways to celebrate. Learn about various 4th of July symbols with fact sheets, dot-to-dot worksheets and coloring pages. Your kids will be able to practice math, reading and writing skills while getting into the patriotic spirit. To continue the learning, check out our summer worksheets.
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Paraphrase the Declaration of Independence Paraphrase the Declaration of Independence Unwind the complicated language of the Declaration of Independence with this paraphrasing activity!
American Revolution Game American Revolution Game Bring the American Revolution to life with this board game, a fun way to test your child's knowledge of geography and historical facts.
The Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty Lady Liberty is a symbol of freedom and enlightenment for the world!
The Liberty Bell The Liberty Bell Get your child in the mood for U.S. History with this fun coloring sheet, which includes a fun fact about the Pennsylvania Liberty Bell!
The Battle of Bunker Hill The Battle of Bunker Hill The Battle of Bunker Hill was one of the early battles of the American Revolution.
The Battles of Lexington and Concord The Battles of Lexington and Concord The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the "shot heard around the world" and began the American Revolution.
Colors of the American Flag Colors of the American Flag Celebrate your patriotism this 4th of July with a fun-filled and fact-filled coloring sheet.
4th of July Coloring Page 4th of July Coloring Page Get the red, white and blue spirit flowing like a flag with this color-by-number coloring page.
Show your commitment to your country with these 4th of July printables that will encourage camaraderie and foster a festive spirit at your summertime barbecue. This collection features a few games, lots of coloring, and even a Statue of Liberty crown! All the drawing, circling, and tracing is sure to give your child's fine motor skills an all-American workout. So on America’s big day, let her match, identify, and create to her heart's content.
Proud to Be an American Printables Show your commitment to your country with these 4th of July printables that will encourage camaraderie and foster a festive spirit at your summertime barbecue.
Statue of Liberty Crown Statue of Liberty Crown This 4th of July, look as lovely as Lady Liberty by making a paper Statue of Liberty crown!
I is for Independence I is for Independence You may know Independence Day as the 4th of July, but almost every country has its own day to celebrate independence.
American Bald Eagle American Bald Eagle Get your child in a patriotic mood and color this majestic bald eagle, an endangered species and also America's national symbol.
O say can you see...how much fun your child is going to have coloring, solving puzzles, and learning new facts this 4th of July? We even included some name labels and name tags that will serve as the perfect party props, especially if you have a kid's table at your gathering. Whatever your plans for the 4th entail, these printables are packed with all the national symbols, patriotic trivia and festive 4th of July scenes to color you could possibly need.
Star-Spangled Printables O say can you see...how much fun your child is going to have coloring, solving puzzles, and learning new facts this 4th of July?
History of Fireworks History of Fireworks Learn more about the history of fireworks and find out just why we light them up every 4th of July in this history worksheet.
American Symbols Word Search American Symbols Word Search Help your kid get in touch with his patriotic side with this American-themed word search, which provides a great introduction to government studies for elementary school kids.
Don't let math take a holiday! This parade of multiplication and division printables may be a little bit of a challenge, but it's nothing compared to defeating the Redcoats. Your child is sure to feel a sense of accomplishment after blasting through these math problems. Once he's all finished, have him do a little research on some of the most famous American mathematicians.
American Math Printables Don't let math take a holiday! This parade of multiplication and division printables may be a little bit of a challenge, but it's nothing compared to defeating the Redcoats.
The 4th of July is a monumental day in America's history, with plenty of ways to celebrate. Learn about various 4th of July symbols with fact sheets, dot-to-dot worksheets and coloring pages. Your kids will be able to practice math, reading and writing skills while getting into the patriotic spirit. To continue the learning, check out our summer worksheets.

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