However, the Fourth of July is more than fireworks and barbecues — this holiday marks the day our great country was unified as a nation. As Quirky Momma blogger Deirdre Smith puts it, “The Fourth of July is a wonderful time to celebrate family, community and the things that make our country special.”
Think outside the box when it comes to celebrating America’s independence. Whether you have small children who won’t enjoy the fireworks display or older ones who need something fun to do while counting down to dusk, take the opportunity to work on family craft or learn a few new facts about this special, all-American holiday.
fun confetti popper craft and game for 4th of July
via Pi’ikea Street
patriotic duct tape bunting DIY
via Chic California
red, white, and blue star 4th of July sun catcher craft for kids
via The Suburban Mom
American flag toddler craft
via Toddler Approved!
free July 4th Bingo printable
via Studio DIY
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