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Celebrate Fourth of July with your kids by creating holiday crafts, playing cool games and eating tasty treats. Check out all of these fun-filled ideas and activities for Fourth of July with your kids.
Fourth of July crafts
In the days leading up to Fourth of July, get crafty with your kids. These Fourth of July crafts are easy to make and plenty of fun. If you are hosting a Fourth of July get-together, you can also set up a craft table and have all the kids make crafts during the party.
Fourth of July games
Invite all your neighbors and friends over to spend the afternoon having fun in the sun before the fireworks begin. From water balloon dodgeball to Pin the Hat on Uncle Sam, all the kids (and adults too) will love these Fourth of July party games.
Fourth of July food
From burgers to Popsicles and everything in between, we have the scoop on Fourth of July food for kids. Whether you are spending Fourth of July with only your family or you are hosting a big block party, these Fourth of July recipes are just what you need.
Learn about Fourth of July
The holiday provides the perfect opportunity to teach your kids about American history without taking out the fun. You can still have a barbecue or a picnic with your family, but you should also make sure that your kids know what Independence Day is really all about. Brush up on your history and teach your kids about Fourth of July.
Dress up for Fourth of July
Looking for an adorable, patriotic outfit for your child to wear on Independence Day? We've compiled some cute Fourth of July clothes for babies and for older children. These patriotic clothes are perfect for hot weather and cool celebrations on the Fourth of July — and throughout the whole summer.
More Fourth of July fun
Check out these Fourth of July printables, coloring pages and word search puzzles. Play Fourth of July trivia with older kids. Quiz them about the original 13 colonies, the Declaration of Independence and symbols associated with the United States — from the flag or the Liberty Bell to Uncle Sam and the Statue of Liberty.