The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and it is nice to let the kids join the fun and celebration through different Fourth of July arts and crafts, food, and activities. The current pandemic may limit movement and cause a change in your family’s plans. However, this year’s celebrations, albeit different from what you are accustomed to, may still involve a lot of things to keep the young ones entertained while sharing the value of patriotism.
Children love the parades and the fireworks, but with the pandemic and all, you may move the decors and celebrations indoors. Involving your children in planning and creating theme-based decorations will surely double the day’s fun, plus it can be an excellent opportunity for learning as well. Here is a list of colorful and enjoyable Independence Day crafts for children according to age level you can do together.
Toddlers and Preschoolers
Toddlers and preschool children love to accessorize. In this Independence Day project, you will need red, blue, white beads, and wax cords or strings. Apart from making this as an adornment, your young child’s excellent motor skills will also improve.
Although this cannot be waved in the usual parades as in the previous years, you can still make these for fun with your young kids. You need sticks and theme-colored ribbons or cloth. Scraps will do!
Printing American flag templates for toddlers or preschoolers to paint is not just a classic but meaningful activity. You can put your children’s flags