1. Paint Stars on Your Sidewalk or Driveway
Have the best looking driveway in the neighborhood (or in front of your classroom). Kids will be thrilled to paint these stars.
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2. Color 4th of July Coloring Pages
Grab the crayons and color. These patriotic coloring pages are a great way to keep the kids entertained at the party.
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3. Make Fireworks in a Jar
Not a fan of real fireworks or have a child with sensory issues but still want some of that firework action? The kids are going to love this colorful activity.
4. Create Firework Salt Painting
You could also have kids make this fun firework-themed art project.
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5. Paint Fireworks Using Straws
Kids love unusual painting materials and drinking straws certainly fit that bill.
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6. Play a Bean Bag Toss Game
Need a fun game to play with the kids at the party? A patriotic bean bag toss game will get them moving.
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7. Party with a 4th of July Ring Toss
This ring toss is one of the more popular party games.
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8. Play a Game of Bingo
We can't have a round of 4th of July activities without a bingo game. Perfect for home or classroom.
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9. Create Sidewalk Chalk Art
Want to snap some creative photos? Look at this fun idea.
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10. Make Patriotic Slime
Slime is all the rage now and kids love making it and playing with it. Make a batch of patriotic slime together.
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