Looking for toddler 4th of July crafts? Here are fun and easy projects.
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.
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
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.
Toddlers can make these easy fireworks with cupcake liners, red and blue Sharpies and glitter.
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.
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.
Use your child’s hand print, glue, and glitter to make hand print fireworks.
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