Yes, it is already that time of year again! The 4th of July is right around the corner. If you are like me, that means finding awesome 4th of July crafts and activities for your kids to do!
Well lucky for us, crafty mom bloggers have come together to share 25 4th of July crafts and activities you can do with your kids this summer!
Make sure to save this for future reference, so you can refer back for the best 4th of July crafts and activities.
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Celebration Slime Recipe
Monique from Living Life and Learning, shares this super cool celebration slime recipe!
I love this recipe, because it is so easy to make! Believe it or not, there is only 4 ingredients in this Celebration Slime! You can get all of the directions here!
Fourth of July Slime
Sam from Simple Everyday Mom shares a Fourth of July slime recipe!
I love this post, because Sam gives you a step by step explanation about how to make the slime, with pictures! You can check it out here.
Scavenger Hunt Printable
Britini from Play Party Plan shares FREE 4th of July scavenger hunt printable and tips for impromptu summer parties!
A 4th of July scavenger hunt is a great idea to give the kids something they can do, during your holiday party! Get your free printable here!
Red, White, and Blue Scavenger Hunt
Brintini from Play Party Plan shares another 4th of July scavenger hunt idea!
Get your free printable here!
Scavenger Hunt Printable (With Pictures)
Susan from Organized 31 shares another awesome 4th of July Scavenger hunt for kids!
I love this 4th of July scavenger hunt, because there are pictures, which is great for young kids that cannot read yet! Plus, Susan has multiple pages, with multiple items, so it works for everyone. Get your printable here!
Valerie from Mama Likes This, shares super cool 4th of July coloring pages with patriotic stars and stripes!
These coloring pages can be downloaded straight from her site. Get your here!
Handprint Bald Eagle Craft
Sam from Simple Everyday Mom, shares another great craft idea that kids can make!
I love his 4th of July craft for kids, because it is something you can hang onto forever. As a mom, it is awesome to be able to look back at the size of your children’s hand when they made the craft! You can get all of the details here.
Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama shares directions on how to make a firework flextangle.
I love the idea of kids being able to create their own firework show! Learn how to make your own here with directions and a video.
Kim from Two Kids and a Coupon shares a super easy paper firecracker craft for kids.
I love this paper firecrackers craft, because it is made out of items you probably already have at your house. Get step by step pictures on how to make it here!
Toilet Paper Confetti Poppers
Emily from Hunny I’m Home DIY shares how to make super fun toilet paper confetti poppers.
I love the confetti poppers, because kids can have fun making them and playing with them! Learn the steps to create these, here!
Emily from Hunny I’m Home DIY, also shares fun marshmallow shooters, and other fun 4th of July games.
These marshmallow poppers are awesome, because kids can keep playing with them over and over. learn how to make them here!
Erin from Sixth Bloom shares a super fun way to paint fireworks!
I love this firework painting craft, because you use items you probably already have around the house, and the kids will love it!! Get all of the details here!
Chalk Pastel Art
Angela from Projects With Kids shares how to create your own 4th of July pastel art!
I love this 4th of July craft idea for kids, because it is easy and fun to do! You can make all types of art with these techniques. Learn everything you need to know about Chalk Pastel Art here.
Recycled Tin Can Wind Chimes
Carissa from Creative Green Living shares a very cool way to reuse tin cans.
I love this Fourth of July craft for kids, because it gives your children a fun activity, and it teaches them about recycling. You can see the step by step instructions here!
4th of July Wreath
Kathy from One Crazy Mom shares a very unique 4th of July wreath craft idea.
I love this wreath, because it is super easy and unique! Learn how to make it here.
Patriotic Wreath from Bandannas
Angie from The Country Chic Cottage shares a patriotic wreath from bandannas craft.
This craft idea is fun for both mom and kids. Angie has a great video that holds all of the details. You can see it here!
Patriotic Necklace and Pinwheel Hair Clip
Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama shares a fun tutorial on how to make a patriotic necklace and pinwheel hair clip.
I love this necklace and hair clip, because it fun to make and wear. Kids or even mom can wear these on the 4th of July, or really any day of the year. Learn how to make them here.
Patriotic Flip Flops
Kathy from One Crazy Mom shares a craft to turn flip flops into patriotic fashion.
I love these flip flops, because they ca be worn for the entire summer! Additionally, they can be made in any size, so mom can rock a pair too. Get all of the details here!
4th of July Favors
Susan from Organized 31 shares a great idea for 4th of July party favors.
These party favors are awesome, because parents can make them for the children, or the children can make the party favors themselves. Get all of the details here!
Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama, shares step by step directions to making a 4th of July party favor box.
These 4th of July favor boxes are an awesome idea for a 4th of July craft at parties for kids. Each child would be able to take home some of the fun, or the kids could even help make them! Learn how to make them here.
Fun and Games Station
Trish from Uncommon Designs shares the idea of creating a Fourth of July Fun and Games Station.
I love the idea of a Fun and Games Station for kids, because they can help themselves to the fun by themselves. Plus, it just looks beautiful! You can get all of the details here!
Easy and Cheap Fourth of July Decorations
Cassondra from Bathtub Rings and Artsy Things shares 3 DIY easy and cheap Fourth of July decorations.
These decorations are so much fun to make and look at. They are super easy, so the kids can help out too! Learn how to make them all here.
Recycled Table Lanterns
Carissa from Creative Green Living shares another recycled project- making table lanterns.
These table lanterns are so much fun! I love these, because they would be great for an outdoor Fourth of July parry, or even any other outdoor summer party! You can find the directions on how to make these table lanterns here!
I hope you enjoyed these 4th of July crafts and activities.