Some Fantabulous bloggers have gone together to do a Fourth of July Blog Hop! The hosts of this blog hop have their posts linked up to the beginning of the linky at the bottom of this post. You can link up your own Father’s Day posts below, and we will pin many of them to our Pintabulous Mom’s Fourth of July Pinterest Board.
The Fourth of July is a lot of fun . . . but there can be a lot of waiting.
- Waiting for the parade to come.
- Waiting for the food to cook on the grill.
- Waiting for the fireworks to being.
- Waiting for the ball game to start.
So instead of listening to, “When is it going to begin? over and over, give them something to do (besides eat snacks!)
You can print out these sheets and take along red and blue crayons or markers and maybe a pencil and let them make their masterpieces! Just click on the pictures below to print them out.
For the I Spy With My Little Eye activity sheet, the children can check off when they see the item. You can even make it a game and say whoever gets the whole sheet done or finds 12 out of the 16 items first wins. Or you can have them make tally marks for whenever they see one of the items to see how many firetrucks they see.
For this coloring sheet, you can have your child count the 13 stripes and the 50 stars on the letters. The 13 stripes stand for the original 13 states that formed the United States of America, and the 50 stars stand for how many states are now in the United States. They can then color the stripes and the stars.
Here is a black and white coloring sheet with 13 stars where your child can show his coloring creativity.
And here is a pretty sheet that could be colored and displayed somewhere in your house or yard. (Or on a stick as a sign that your child waves!)
I hope you have a great Fourth of July! If you like these printables you can subscribe to my weekly newsletters so that you won’t miss any more printables! I also would love any shares or pins that you would give! There are buttons on the bottom of this post that make it easy for you to share.
You can also follow our Fourth of July Board HERE to see all the posts that are linked up below plus some other great Fourth of July posts that we find!
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