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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4th of July Mini-Book 4th of July Mini-Book Put a little learning into 4th of July fun with this printable mini-book!
America the Beautiful Lyrics America the Beautiful Lyrics Celebrate all the colors of our country, from amber waves to purple mountains, with these printable America the Beautiful lyrics.
You're a Grand Old Flag You're a Grand Old Flag Sing along to "You're a Grand Old Flag" this 4th of July, or any time you've got the patriotic spirit.
My Country 'Tis of Thee Lyrics My Country 'Tis of Thee Lyrics Use this sheet to follow along to "My Country 'Tis of Thee"'s lyrics, and color it in when you're done.
Yankee Doodle Lyrics Yankee Doodle Lyrics Use this Yankee Doodle lyrics page to sing along to this famous American folk song, then color it in when you're done.
Celebrate America with these Fourth of July games your whole family can enjoy. These printable games can be played at home or on-the-go, making them great for summer staycations or vacations. From red, white and blue tic-tac-toe markers to patriotic dot to dots and word searches, this slideshow has everything you need for Independence Day fun. These pages will also help teach some key skills in the area of counting and vocabulary development.
Fourth of July Games Celebrate America with these Fourth of July games your whole family can enjoy.
Holiday Math: 4th of July Subtraction Holiday Math: 4th of July Subtraction Which of the stars in each set of numbers is equal to the target in the middle?
Name Labels for Kids Name Labels for Kids Looking for a name label to put on your child's homework folder, journal, cubby or bedroom door?
Firework Diagram Firework Diagram Discover the science behind an ages-old 4th of July tradition with this firework diagram.
Fourth of July Dot-to-Dot 1 Fourth of July Dot-to-Dot 1 Review ABCs as your child connects the dots to create a coloring page to celebrate the Fourth of July!
Count, Trace, Color: Twenty-five Count, Trace, Color: Twenty-five Count and color 25 red, white and blue fireworks to develop fine motor skills and excitement for 4th of July, then trace the word form of 25 for writing practice!
Count, Trace, Color: Twenty-four Count, Trace, Color: Twenty-four Count and color 24 patriotic drums to develop fine motor skills and excitement for 4th of July, then trace the word form of 24 for writing practice!
Count, Trace, Color: Twenty-three Count, Trace, Color: Twenty-three Count and color 23 Uncle Sam hats to develop fine motor skills and excitement for 4th of July, then trace the word form of 23 for writing practice!
The Battle of Guilford Court House The Battle of Guilford Court House While the Americans lost the Battle of Guilford Court House, the aftermath led to the American victory at Yorktown.
4th of July Name Label 4th of July Name Label Have a kid who loves to define what's his? Help him declare independence (and practice writing his name) with this label.
Write Your Own Declaration! Write Your Own Declaration! Celebrate the work of our forefathers by writing your own Declaration, in honor of the Declaration of Independence!
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.