Here are a few of the best patriotic July 4th crafts for kids: crayon fireworks, red white and blue 3 second slushie and a free-form artwork activity.
This week I am featuring July 4th craft ideas for kids (J crafts, in keeping with my A-Z of crafts for kids, of course!) from last week’s #Pintorials.
Best July 4th craft ideas for kids (J crafts):
- Patriotic 3 second slushie by Our Adventure Story: These were made for Memorial day, but I think they would work just as well for 4th July (or indeed any hot Summer day!)
- DIY crayon fireworks from sparkling buds: One of the easiest of the July 4th craft ideas, using just crayons, black tempera paint and a toothpick.
- Patriotic open-ended art activity from BP photo art: This is my favourite kind of crafting activity with kids: give them some supplies and let them loose to create in their own style!
This week I’m linking up our super-easy DIY Fathers’ day gift tutorial (we gave this to MisterPodge last year) – a speech bubble photo project.
Why not pop round to my co-hosts; Eileen (Fathers day gifts), Kate (nature crafts for kids) and Anna (mess free tactile sensory play) too?
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