Children read a brief history of fireworks, then answer a series of questions designed to help them reflect on what they have learned.
Learn about the Bill of Rights by Illustrating them!
Use this worksheet to help your students understand patriotic songs, like an older national anthem.
The Battle of Trenton was a turning point for the Americans in the Revolutionary War. Your young historian will learn the facts with this worksheet.
The 4th of July can be a day of both fun...and learning! Especially when you make it a day filled with tough-to-find, holiday-themed words.
If some of these lyrics sound familiar, that's because America the Beautiful is a famous national song! Learn all of the lyrics with this worksheet.
The Philadelphia Campaign was a year of battles with the Americans at Valley Forge. Students will hone reading skills and learn about the American Revolution.
Here's a fun 4th of July name label for your child to put on his homework folder, journal, cubby or bedroom door!
Your young historian can step back in time and read about an important battle that helped to end the American Revolution.
Encourage children to reflect on the First and Fourth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution with this multi-page worksheet.
Bring out your inner patriot with a fun tracing worksheet with stars and stripes! Your little writer will build fine motor skills and letter recognition.
While the Americans lost the Battle of Guilford Court House, the aftermath led to the American victory at Yorktown. Learn more with this history worksheet.
Celebrate the work of our forefathers by writing your own Declaration, in honor of the Declaration of Independence!
Here's a quick and easy way to have your child review the alphabet: connect the dots and she'll have a 4th of July coloring page too!
Use time off from school to keep spelling skills fresh with this 4th of July spelling worksheet.
Throw a little learning into the summertime mix without interrupting the fun, with a dot-to-dot coloring page that's all about Independence Day and the ABC's.
Ever wondered how to draw fireworks? Tracing is one step away from drawing, and this page helps your child on his way to making his own fireworks scene!
Have a kid who loves to define what's his? Help him declare independence (and practice writing his name) with this 4th of July label.