The 4th of July holiday weekend is almost upon us and today I thought I’d share some wonderful Fourth of July crafts for kids that have been shared at our Super Mommy Club Party in recent weeks. We’ve got some fun toddler activities to help your July 4th weekend go with a bang, and I’ve thrown in some recipes too for good measure!
- Fourth of July Crafts for Kids
- 4th of July food ideas
Fourth of July Crafts for Kids
1. Patriotic paper plate hat
Paper plates are the perfect ingredient for fun toddler activities and if your little ones love to dress up they are going to have a blast making and wearing this wonderful patriotic paper plate hat.
2. Windsock craft
If you’re like me and you have a secret stash of toilet roll holders this patriotic windsock
is just what you’ve been waiting for! Add some paint and some ribbon to the mix and you have some wonderful July 4th decorations.
3. 4th of July hair bows
If your little girl loves bows then she will love to help you make this 4th of July hair bow. Heck it’s so cute you might want to make one for yourself too!
4. 4th of July glitter flag
If you’ve also been hoarding popsicle sticks then Erica has a wonderful craft idea for making 4th of July flags. Your toddlers and preschoolers will have a blast sprinkling the glitter over the popsicle sticks.
5. 30+ crafts for 4th of July
If you need more fourth of July crafts for kids then check out this roundup which includes some wonderful fireworks crafts and activities.
6. God Bless America free printable
This one is more a craft for you than the kids but if you have a frame on your mantle that you like to fill with a seasonal message then you are going to love this God Bless America printable from Mitzy.
4th of July food ideas
You can’t have a 4th of July party without food so I just wanted to throw these great ideas into the mix too!
First up let your toddlers and preschoolers in the kitchen to help you make these delicious looking Star spangled banner Rice Krispie treats. They’ll look awesome laid out on the table at your party.
2. Red, white and blue recipes
Cindy has rounded up some very patriotic looking red, white and blue recipes and you definitely need to hop over there and take a look at that chocolate cookie candy pretzel bark!
3. Best 4th of July recipes for kids
Finally make sure you don’t miss our own roundup of the best 4th of July recipes for kids.
And there you have it, some wonderful fourth of July crafts for kids that will make perfect fun toddler activities for the rest of the week, and some great 4th of July food ideas to make your party go out with a bang! Have fun, and make sure you stay safe in the sun.
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