On Independence Day everything looks and tastes better in the patriotic colors red, white, and blue. So let’s get in the holiday spirit and try these three easy 4th of July activities for the whole family: fruit sparklers, firework craft, and colored rice tray.
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4th of July Activities
1. Fruit Sparklers
This easy recipe idea is perfect for any kind of independence day celebration.
It will catch everyone’s eyes and taste everyone’s super yummy. Your kids will love it.
Click here for the full instruction!
You might also enjoy our American Flag Snack Tray or American Crafts.
2. Firework Kids Craft
Our next activity is a super simple craft that even toddlers can enjoy.
Most of the materials you probably can even find at your home without even going to the store which makes it super convenient as well.
Take a look here for the full instruction.
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3. Patriotic Colored Rice
Did you try to make your own colored rice yet? It’s a super-fast DIY but comes with a lot of playtime and fun.
For the 4th of July, I decorated this sensory tray in the patriotic colors blue, red, and white and added some soldiers to play for my older boy.
The recipe for the colored rice can be found here. Take a look!
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