So – I LOVE the 4th of July and I LOVE doing fun crafty projects with my kids. Today I am posting my attempt to combine the two. These are two activities that require cutting and glue or tape. These are just for fun and my kids had a blast this morning making the Spirals and hanging them on strings from their bike handles, the ceiling fan blades (actually I did that hanging), or just dancing with them as they twirl in the breeze. We are going to try the TP tube holders this afternoon and then fill them with those snap things that you throw on the ground and they pop. Then we are taking their personal “firecrackers” with us to keep them busy making noise while we wait for fireworks to start tonight. I hope you enjoy!
I have had fun playing with different color options and have provided PDFs in red, white, and blue. I also have the black and white version for those that want to add some extra kid effort time and let them go to town coloring them for themselves. We used a couple of each color (not the coloring book one) to let the kids all have fun with the differences. Hope they are fun for you! 🙂
And just for fun (and because TWO asked me to do it for her), here is another Firecracker with Fireworks on it, rather than stars. There is only one version of this – I think once you see it, you will know why. 🙂
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