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Ready for a few fun ways to celebrate the 4th of July? Here are a few ideas linked up last week that you and your kids will enjoy!

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Nothing says patriotic like a red, white, and blue hat! This paper plate hat from Tutus and Tea Parties is simple to make and I love that her daughter shares a video tutorial on how to make it too – cute!.

American Flag Bead Pin

Rockabye Parents has a fun craft for an American Flag Bead pin that would be great to work on fine motor skills.

4th of July candle jars

Upcycle some old jars with some tissue paper and make some cute 4th of July candle holders. Memorizing the Moments has a tutorial to share with you.

 

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Love, love, love this patriotic windsock from A Little Pinch of Perfect. It’s a craft that you’ll love to have hanging around even after the 4th passes!

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For even more kids’ craft ideas and activities, visit The Jenny Evolution for a roundup of 35 different patriotic ideas. There’s definitely something there for everyone!

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  1. Thanks so much for hosting!

  2. The Jenny Evolution says

    Thanks for featuring my 4th of July round-up. Hope your readers find some fun ideas to do this weekend with the kiddos!

    Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution

  3. Katie Pinch says

    Hi Jolanthe, I love that you love our patriotic windsock!!! Thanks so much for including it in this weeks roundup. I hope you have a wonderful weekend! :)

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