Red, white, and blue family pictures, sparklers, fireworks, and bbqs – that is what our children think the 4th of July is all about. I know that’s what I thought it was about when I was their age too. The fourth of July was my favorite day of summer as a child. We were in the pool from sun up until later afternoon, when we bbq’d with friends and walked to watch the firework show. We dressed in red, white, and blue and threw little poppers onto the sidewalk late into the night.Continue reading
Celebrating the birth of our nation with crafts by the kids is a wonderful way to open up conversation about the history behind our country. Even little learners will remember things if they are taught in a fun way.
All of the following activities will keep your kids entertained and allow you to talk about everything from the Declaration of Independence to our flag and nation's colors. Continue reading