Toddler 4th of July Crafts




Looking for toddler 4th of July crafts? Here are fun and easy projects.

Toddlers 4th of July Crafts by Crafty Journal

Paper Plate Pop Up Fire Crackers

Toddlers aren’t too young to start learning about the meaning of the 4th of July.

Making toddler 4th of July crafts is one way of helping them focus on the holiday.

American Flag Crafts

Patriotic Busy Bag

Lots of red, white, and blue parts in this Patriotic Busy Bag for 4th of July creativity.

Patriotic Busy Bag by Crafty Journal

Patriotic Busy Bag

Flag Place Mat

You need red, white, and blue paper, a star paper punch and glue to make this easy flag place mat.

Finger Paint a Flag

Toddlers will have fun making a finger paint flag.

Hand and Footprint Flag

Use this fun idea and your child’s hand and footprints to make a special hand and footprint flag.

Handprint American Flag

With blue paper and red and white paint, you can make a handprint American flag with your toddler’s handprint.

Stars and Stripes

Cut sponges to make the stars and stripes, and toddlers can easily make this sponge painted flag.

American Flag Crafts

Here are 3 easy American Flag crafts for toddlers to create with paint, paper and popsicle sticks.

 

More Toddler 4th of July Crafts

Sparkless Sparklers

Using a star garland, pipe cleaners and colored tape, you can help toddlers create these sparkless sparklers.

Q Tip Fireworks

With Q Tips and food coloring, toddlers can make easy Q Tip fireworks.

Fireworks

Toddlers can make these easy fireworks with cupcake liners, red and blue Sharpies and glitter.

Spinning Fireworks

Use a salad spinner, coffee filters and liquid tempera paints to make these interesting spinning fireworks patterns.

Fun Fourth of July Crafts for Toddlers

Toddlers can make these fun Fourth of July crafts for toddlers: a noisemaker, flag or flag napkin ring.

Bottle Cap Cakes

Create fun easy bottle cap cakes using red, white, and blue bottle caps.

Patriotic Can Hug

Toddlers can personalize a patriotic can hug, by attaching stickers to a foam sleeve.

Star Visor

Add stickers to a foam visor to make a star visor.

Paper Plate Uncle Sam

Toddlers can glue cotton balls onto his beard to make a paper plate Uncle Sam.

Handprint Fireworks

Use your child’s hand print, glue, and glitter to make hand print fireworks.

 

© Noreen Doll

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  1. Whitney says:

    Another good free easy craft for toddlers is 4th of July pages they can color like http://www.thecolor.com/Category/Coloring/Fourth%20Of%20July.aspx?holiday

  2. Thanks, Whitney, I’m sure lots of Moms will appreciate this.

  3. I really need cheap and very easy ideas for fourth of july crafts!!! i tried to make a windsock with table cloths, and floral wire and it just doesnt look nice ..( as the picture did) and its for the apartment children where i live… for about 48 kids!..and they will not have the patience to try the windsock as I got frustrated!!! PLEASE HELP!!!

  4. You will find lots of easy ideas for 4th of July crafts on these pages:

    http://craftyjournal.com/toddler-4th-of-july-crafts/

    http://craftyjournal.com/category/holidays/4th-of-july/patriotic-kids-crafts/

    http://craftyjournal.com/category/holidays/4th-of-july/flag-crafts/

    They are great for keeping kids busy while they wait for the fireworks to start.

    Noreen

  5. I love the flag making idea! Pinning!!!

  6. Jann Olson says:

    Another great round up of ideas! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  7. Too cute! I love this! My daughter would love this. Thanks so much for sharing at #HomeMattersParty. Hope you’ll join us again.

  8. My girls are gonna love doing these. Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned to the Bloggers Brags Broad.

  9. This is such a great roundup! My son just turned two and is really starting to get into arts and crafts, so I know he would really enjoy a lot of these! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Merry Monday! We hope you’ll join us again this Sunday evening! :)

  10. These are just perfect. And so many of them! WE could craft for years w/o repeating!

  11. Fab ideas! Thanks for sharing your crafty inspiration on this week’s Monday Funday Party! XO

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