If you’re searching for a fun way to show some patriotism, these patriotic color by number printables are a simple way to involve the kids!
We enjoy color by number worksheets and have made lots of different kinds, but only recently did we realize we don’t have any to celebrate the USA.
These printables are perfect for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten-aged children to do all on their own.
Just download, print, and let the coloring begin!
Color By Number Worksheets
It’s perfect for when you need a few minutes to keep the kids occupied. It’s also great for working on fine motor skills and number recognition.
You can easily use them with children who can’t read yet, by coloring in the key with the correct colors ahead of time.
Inside this USA themed bundle we’ve included the following pages:
- American flag
- patriotic boy
- patriotic girl
- patriotic ice cream
- Uncle Sam’s hat
There are more than enough pages to keep the kids entertained for a while! And, if you need even more, check out these summer color by number printables.
If you’d like to try a sample page, be sure to enter your email in the form at the end of this post to download the free fireworks coloring sheet.
More Fourth of July Ideas
Don’t let the fun and learning stop here. We’ve got lots of ideas for kids that will keep them engaged, learning, and having fun. Read on below for our favorite ideas.
Patriotic Books For Kids
There are many benefits to reading aloud to kids. It helps them to develop strong listening skills, learn new vocabulary words, and understand different sentence structures. It can also be a bonding experience for parent and child. And, it’s a great way to get kids interested in reading!
Try adding in some of these fun Fourth of July books:
The Night Before The Fourth of July – If your kids love The Night Before Christmas, they’ll love this patriotic version too! It’s got great rhymes and follows a family through a typical July 4th celebration! It’s great for young kids.
Daniel’s First Fireworks – Daniel Tiger fans will be so excited to read this book. It’s especially great for little children who are nervous or scared about the loud booms of fireworks.
God Bless Our Country – For a Christian-centered book about America, this one is a great option! It has a cute illustrations and fun rhymes to keep kids engaged.
Independence Day Crafts
Crafting is not only an enjoyable activity, but it also has many benefits for children. Crafting helps children to develop fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and problem-solving skills. In addition, it can also help to foster creativity and self-expression!
There are so many wonderful reasons why crafts are great for children to do! Try adding in more of these patriotic crafts.
Paper Plate Flag Craft – This simple activity will let kids paint, cut, and glue. And, when they’re done, they’ll have a fun project to display on the fridge or in the window.
Handprint 4th of July Wreath – If your kids love handprint crafts, this one is the ultimate one! They’ll get to use paint and feel the cold, squishy feeling on their hands.
July 4th Activities
The 4th of July is a fun holiday for kids and what better way to celebrate than with a game of patriotic bingo? Bingo is a great classroom activity for kids of all ages, and it’s also a lot of fun for family gatherings. So either way, kids are bound to have a blast!
Independence Day is a time to celebrate our nation’s freedom, and what better way to do that then to go on a patriotic treasure hunt? This printable list features many common 4th of July ideas, from a picnic basket to sparklers. See how many your kids can find in your neighborhood, around town, or at the park. Who knows, your kids might even discover some new places along the way. So grab the list and get searching – happy hunting!
Looking for a fun way to keep the kids entertained this 4th of July? Try this Fourth of July printable I spy game! This visual discrimination activity is perfect for promoting memory and counting skills. Simply print out the game sheets and let the kids search for all the scattered objects.
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