Throwing a party this Fourth of July and need some activities for the kids? Or are you teaching your littles why we get to set off fireworks and cookout with family on this holiday? There are so many ways that you can use these free printables and I am going to give you an overview below along with the link at the end to download them from my free resource library.
What’s All Included in this Fourth of July Activity Set?
- Bingo – cards & calling cards included
- Journal Pages – perfect to write on about the holiday. can be kept for a time capsule for your littles!
- Coloring Pages
- Jigsaw Puzzles
- Word Search
- Sodoku Puzzles
Different Ways To Use Activity Set
Star & Stripes Party
I used some of these printables in my Stars & Stripes party and the kids loved celebrating America and being able to do things like bingo and coloring while we enjoyed our patriotic snacks and danced around to music. It was the perfect activity to keep them entertained and also helped open the door to teaching why we celebrate America on this day. My daughter a few days prior to this had asked me what is the 4th of July and why is it such a big deal and this gave me the opportunity to reinforce what I told her that day.
Teaching About The Holiday
As I said above, I did both the party and teaching about the holiday but you can certainly just use this at home for a teaching opportunity only. Just print them out and have fun coloring and playing bingo all while talking about what it is that you are finding on the bingo card or coloring on the color sheet. So many ways to do a little hands-on learning with your littles.
Ready to print these out? Head to my free resource library by clicking the picture below and download them! Don’t have access? You totally are going to want to gain it as you will then have access to it forever along with the ability to download anything inside it. From printables like this one to SVG’s, there is something for everyone!
These are just so fun for kids or even adults to do at a get together this Fourth of July!