4th of July Projects For Kids


The 4th of July is a special day for Americans as it commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. It’s a time to celebrate with family and friends and engage in festive activities. One of the best ways to make this day even more special is by getting kids involved in 4th of July craft projects. Here are some fun ideas to get you started.

Patriotic Windsocks: These are easy to make and can be hung around the house or in the yard. All you need is a blue, red and white crepe paper streamers, a paper cup, some glue and scissors. Cut the streamers to the desired length and glue them to the bottom of the cup. Then poke a hole at the top of the cup, attach a string, and you’re done.

4th of July Hats: Let the kids create their own festive hats to wear on Independence Day. All you need are some red, white and blue construction paper, glue and scissors. Cut strips of the paper to make a headband and attach a star or other patriotic symbol on top.

Firework Painting: Have the kids create their own firework displays using paint and paper. Dip a toothbrush into some red, white and blue paint and flick the bristles onto the paper to create a firework effect. You can also use straws to blow the paint onto the paper.

Patriotic Pinwheels: These are easy to make and can be used as decorations or given as party favors. All you need is some red, white and blue cardstock, a wooden dowel, glue, scissors and a pushpin. Cut the cardstock into a square, then fold the paper diagonally in both directions. Cut from each corner up to about 1 inch from the center. Then fold every other point toward the center and attach them to the dowel with the pushpin.

American Flag Sun Catcher: This craft project involves creating a sun catcher using tissue paper. Cut a piece of contact paper in the shape of a flag, and attach it to a window. Then let the kids cut or tear pieces of red, white and blue tissue paper and stick them onto the contact paper. Once complete, it will create a beautiful display when the sun shines through the window.

Sparkler Holders: These are perfect for holding sparklers and can be made with toilet paper rolls, red, white and blue construction paper, and some glue. Cut a piece of construction paper to size and wrap it around the toilet paper roll, then decorate with stars or other patriotic symbols.

These are just a few of the many 4th of July craft projects you can do with kids. It’s a great way to keep them entertained and create some lasting memories. Happy Independence Day!

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Kim Lazaroe

Hi, my name is Kim. I've always enjoyed making crafts for each holiday and season throughout the year. My fond memories are making crafts with my mom or helping my dad build something around the house. Now I get to create new crafting memories with my daughter and husband as well as share my knowledge and experience in crafting with the world. Hope you enjoy my site.

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