4th of July Learning Activities

4th of july learning

Whether you home school your children or not, these 4th of July learning activities are a great way to keep your child entertained while educating them about Independence Day. We have rounded-up some free educational printables, some activities for developing fine motor skills (such as painting and pipe cleaner crafts), and even some fun games that you can play as a family.

All kids love to learn things that interest them and most importantly – things that they have fun learning. These 10 ideas are both fun and educational. It's a combination that can sometimes be hard to find. We've done all of the hard work for you – all you have to do is enjoy!

Each of these activities has the potential to become a great learning experience. Pick a themed book that goes along with them, or simply start discussing what Independence Day is all about. Your kids are sure to have a great time all while learning something new and (the best part) getting to spend time with you! So feel good about jotting down these activities or printing out their pages – they're here to help you and your child learn and have fun together!

10 Fourth of July Learning Activities
  1. Statue of Liberty Art Activity / Carrots are Orange
  2. Firecracker Mouse Coloring Page / Animal Jr.
  3. 4th of July Educational Printable Set / 2 Teaching Mommies
  4. Patriotic Shaving Cream Fun / Totally Tots
  5. Independence Day Bingo Cards / DLTK
  6. 4th of July Pipe Cleaner Leis / All Free Holiday Crafts
  7. Fireworks Painting Project / Mind Games
  8. 4th of July Sidewalk Chalk / From Glitter to Gumdrops
  9. 4th of July Preschool & Kindergarten Printable Pack / Our Country Road
  10. Independence Day Printable Jigsaw Puzzle / DLTK

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  1. Such fun activities! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot!

  2. Thanks for linking up at our Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop! I’ve featured your post as my “editor’s pick” for this week’s blog hop 🙂

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