July 4 crafts for kids
Jun 182014
 

Yesterday’s post about July 4 dessert ideas inspired me to round up July 4th craft & activity ideas for kids. If you’re looking for craft ideas to do with your toddler or preschooler that incorporate the Independence Day theme, then look no further – I’ve rounded up 8 of the coolest, funnest (technical term) and most patriotic crafts for kids.

Most of these crafts incorporate supplies & tools that you probably already have around the house: popsicle sticks, beads, q-tips, etc. So there’s no need to run out and buy rare or unusual supplies for these projects.

there’s no need to run out and buy rare or unusual supplies

Don’t forget to let your little one have fun creating & imagining! Even if the child’s finished product is not perfect, it is the journey of crafting that is most fun and exciting for the young ones!

July 4 crafts for kids

Fourth of July Kids Crafts

Fourth of July Kids Crafts

  1. Using Q-tips and paint, create this July 4th firework art!
  2. Just popsicle sticks and sequins will enable you to create a sweet patriotic flag craft!
  3. Who doesn’t have straws around the house? Thread straws on string in a festive pattern and enjoy your lovely patriotic necklace!
  4. Beads melted into star shapes will create this lovely beaded sun catcher!
  5. Show off your best pictures in this easy, DIY July 4th picture frame using foam stickers and glitter!
  6. Make a flag collage craft using various scrapbook papers – best for a group of kids!
  7. Cut out various shapes and designs out of felt and assemble this adorable Fourth of July pennants!
  8. These crafty Independence Day firework pom poms are sure to get your little ones excited for the big day!

 







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 June 18, 2014  Posted by

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