4th of July At Home Activities To Do With Kids
The 4th of July is a great time to spend with family and friends. When you have little ones it can be very difficult to actually go out and do something. I’ve found we have to come up with creative and fun things to do at home most of the time. It makes it much less stressful and more enjoyable for all!
Straw Spangled Wreath
This idea is from Parent’s Magazine. There’s a template for the center of the wreath. For the Straws, check out Outside the Box Papers Stars and Stripes Paper Straws 7.75 Inches 75 Pack Red, White, Blue
Hats Off to America!
Another great idea from Parents Magazine- 4th of July Party Hats! Festive and fun!
These wands are fun for kids, or even to use as decorations for your Independce Day get together.
The Red, White and Blue Edition! Sensory fun on the 4th of July!
DIY Fun with patriotic crafts! Get the template for the pinwheels! You could use already printed cardstock or make your own designs!
Slime. Everybody wants it, so why not do the star spangled version? Guaranteed to make kids happy and keep them busy.
Science experiment education and entertaining all in one! This is one to keep them talking for a while!
Another great idea from Education.com.
I found that Bingo was a great option when I printed out Thanksgiving Bingo cards and used candy corn as the markers. This one suggest shells which is adorable! You could, of course, substite for almost anything if shells aren’t readily available.
Cue the confetti!! What’s a party without confetti?
Just like George Washington the kids can have their own wig (or tutu if they prefer)!
Decorations for the 4th!
Here are some fun decorations to help you celebrate the 4th of July in style at home!
Happy 4th of July Banner
Cups for Southerners (like me) who always use the word Ya’ll
What’s the 4th without Glow Sticks?
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Do you have any plans for the 4th? I’d love to hear about them!