School’s been out for a few weeks and July has almost hit! It’ll be time for 4th of July barbecues and fireworks before we know it. In the meantime, there’s lots you can teach your kids about the 4th of July and themselves while having fun with these free 4th of July printables.
To download the the free files, just click the link indicated in the description for the FREE 4th of July printables of your choice. Once the link opens, right click the image and “save as”. Locate the file where you’d like to store your download and click “save”. Print on standard 8.5 x 11 Letter size paper and you’re good to go.
Design A Flag – 2 Ways
Do you know how many stripes there are on the American flag? You do now… it’s 13! What do the stars and stripes represent? The colonies and the states! These 4th of July printables are the perfect excuse to dig up a little history and teach your kids something about Independence Day that doesn’t revolve around grills or firework displays.
You can have your kiddo design a flag based off the basic outline of the American Flag or you can drop the stripes and go with our blank flag version. Download the striped version HERE and the blank version HERE.
Just want something fun for the kiddos to color and hang on the fridge? Grab this Happy Independence Day printable and they can decorate some stars in their favorite colors. Click HERE to download.
I hope you and your little ones enjoy these free 4th of July printables and take the time to learn a little together about the holiday and what it means beyond barbeques and fireworks! USA.gov is a great resource for facts about the holiday, patriotic music, historical documents and more. Have a great time learning about our history!