Easy Fourth of July Crafts
July 4th is a meaningful day for the United States. My children LOVE July 4th! I have a daughter born on July 4th AND a sister born on July 4th, so we do lots of partying! Today we have some easy fourth of July Crafts. My children like to celebrate birthdays by giving crafts to each other. Thus, crafts are something we cannot leave out of our July 4th celebration. This year, I have collected several easy fourth of July crafts for kids to create. Check out these links and see how you can get more alive celebration and festival in the historical independence day.
Before we check out the easy fourth of July crafts, you might want to look up these books for children to get engaged more in the celebration:
The Night Before the Fourth of JulyThe Berenstain Bears God Bless Our Country (Berenstain Bears/Living Lights)The Fourth of July StoryF Is for Flag (Reading Railroad)
Easy Fourth of July Crafts
Fireworks Painting – Happiness is Homemade
Popsicle Stick Button Flag Kid Craft – Make and Takes
DIY Lawn Painted 4th of July Stars – The Concrete Cottage
Firework Salt Painting – Busy Mommy Media
4th of July Sparkle Bottles – Things to Share and Remember
Simple American Flag Craft for Kids – Housing a Forest
4th of July Craft Noisemaker Craft – Mess for Less
Kids 4th of July Craft Wreath – There’s Just One Mommy
Patriotic Glitter Stars – The Real Coake Family
4th of July Star Sun Catchers – The Suburban Mom
4th of July Kids Crafts: Popsicle Stick Star Streamers – Happiness is Homemade
DIY Printable Patriotic Pinwheel – Lolly Jane
4th of July Uncle Sam Craft – Five Little Chef’s
How to Make Straw Rockets – Simple Play Ideas
Edible 4th of July Snack – The Educator’s Spin On It
USA Rocks Craft! – Danielle’s Place
Fourth of July Wreath – The Swan Family
Cupcake Liner Fireworks Crafts – A Little Pinch of Perfect
Patriotic Spirit Wands – Buggy and Buddy
4th of July Scavenger Hunt for Kids – Moritz Fine Designs
Handprint Fireworks – Ava’s Alphabet
Shaving Cream Fireworks – I Can Teach my Child
Footprint Firework – Glued to My Crafts
Besides, you might need to check out another craft collection we had last year at Kids Fourth of July Crafts. I am sure you will get more inspiration out of the collection.
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Madreen Karle is a master first grade reading teacher with over 30 years of classroom experience. She taught reading in a special needs and English as a Second Language classroom. After retiring she wrote a reading program to help others learn how to teach reading. She is a trusted educator and author of 5 books to help teach children to read and write. In addition to her books, she is a mentor for 3 websites that give reading teacher tips (Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading, Mrs. Karle’s Reading Patch, and Mrs. Karle’s Handwriting Patch). Through her teaching she learned that confidence was the key to learning to read. A child who is not confident at reading does not like to read and struggles to read. Mrs. Karle created “sunshine moments” to help teach children how to grow their confidence and learn to read.
Meeghan Karle Mousaw (Madreen’s daughter) has her Master’s in Special Education. She has 8 years experience teaching children to read online. In addition, she developed a curriculum to teach children handwriting called The Handwriting Patch. With the Handwriting Patch learning is fun because children learn to draw and learn handwriting at the same time. In 2019 The Handwriting Patch curriculum became an amazon best seller the first year it was released, helping thousands of kids learn handwriting with a unique, fun method. She is mom to 6 kids, each with differently learning abilities and struggles.
The Reading Patch was established by the creators of Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading. Together they have been featured on the NBC media outlets and Parents Magazine online. Over the last 8 years in their online platform, Madreen and Meeghan have worked tirelessly with teachers, homeschoolers and parents looking to help children learn to read to become a trusted authority in teaching children to read and advocating early literacy skills. They often partner with other educational experts to deliver the most current information to the Reading Patch community.
Love the ideas
Awesome, have fun! 🙂