4th of July Preschool Activities, 4th of July Kids Crafts

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4th of July Preschool, Kindergarten, and Daycare Crafts, Activities, Games, and Printables

The 4th of July is here. It's a time for family and friends to gather for barbecues and fireworks displays and to honor the courage and faith of our founding fathers. It's time to paint the sky RED, WHITE, and BLUE, and we have just the crafts and activity ideas to help make your Fourth of July a spectacular celebration. Join the Independence Day parade—make some of our patriotic craft ideas and learn about the American Flag. Samples of our 4th of July crafts, activities, games, and printables available in our KidsSoup Resource Library:

Free Fourth of July Crafts, Activities, Games, and Printables

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Statue of Liberty
Craft

American Flag coloring page

Uncle Sam
Games

American flag craft


American Flag
Crafts and Activities

4th of July craft


4th of July
Crafts and Activities

4th of July printables

4th of July
Printables

4th of July Literacy Activities

A is for America
Literacy Activities

Firework craft


Fireworks
Crafts and Artworks

Statue of Liberty coloring page

Statue of Liberty
Coloring Page

American flag printables

American Flag
Printables

American flag tracing worksheet

American Flag
Tracing Worksheet

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Free 4th of July Activities, Crafts, and Printables

 

4th of July Decoration Food decoration and drink umbrellas printable

 

 

This 4th of July teach your Kids the American Flag Symbols:

The stripes represent the 13 original colonies.
The 50 stars represent the number of states.

The colors of the flag have meaning as well:
Red symbolizes Hardiness and Valor.
White symbolizes Purity and Innocence.
Blue represents Vigilance, Perseverance, and Justice.

Flag Code—How to Treat an American Flag

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American Flag
Puzzle

 

Pledge of Allegiance

I Pledge Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

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4th of July activities and games
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Proper Display of the American Flag

  • The flag should be displayed from sunrise to sunset. If the flag is displayed at night, it should be illuminated.
  • Never allow the flag to touch the ground or the floor.
  • The flag should be raised quickly.
  • To store the flag, it should be folded neatly and ceremoniously.
  • The flag should be cleaned and repaired when necessary.
  • When a flag is so worn that it doesn't look presentable anymore, it should be destroyed by burning in a dignified manner.
  • The flag is flown at half-staff to show respect for someone who has died.

 

4th of July Kids Activities

Fold a Flag
Take a flag and teach children the correct way to fold and store a flag.

Flag Puzzle
Give children a picture of an American flag and cut apart. Have children put the flag back together.

Firework Artwork
Every 4th of July celebration needs a fireworks. Have children drop different colored paint splats on black craft paper. Use a craft stick or the back of a brush to swirl or burst the paint out from the middle. Overlap the different colors and let dry. When dry, add glue to the firework designs. Next sprinkle glitter onto the wet glue to finish your very own fireworks.

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4th of July Book Suggestion and Other 4th of July Resources

A is for America by Devin Scillian
This alphabet book explains much of America’s history.

Hurray for the Fourth of July by Wendy Watson

A Salute to Our Flag - curriculum guide

Proud to be an American - coloring page

What Is a Flag?- writing activity

Pledge of Allegiance - with pictures printout