These 4th of July arts and crafts are sure to top your list of summer activities for preschoolers! I loved the fireworks fun from our last Share It Saturday. They inspired this fireworks-filled collection of 4th of July art activities. Check them our for some Independence Day inspiration.
4th of July Arts and Crafts for the Kids
Fireworks Tie-Dye Shirt from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Fireworks Art from Sugar Aunts
Splat Art Fireworks from Fun-A-Day!
Fireworks Painting from Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails
Sprinkle Fireworks from Reading Confetti
Fireworks Spin Art from Putti’s World
Salt and Glue Fireworks from School Time Snippets
Patriotic Firework Painting by Inner Child Fun
Fireworks Marble Painting by Kids Activities Blog
July 4th Splatter Art Fireworks by Blog Me Mom
Firework Paintings from NurtureStore
Fireworks Craft from No Time for Flashcards
Fourth of July Fireworks Craft from Kids Activities Blog
Sparkling Fireworks from One Perfect Day
What 4th of July arts and crafts are you going to try with the kiddos this week? Any fun and sparkly fireworks in your future?
Be sure to check out my co-hosts and see what they’re featuring this week — Sugar Aunts, Teach Beside Me, Laughing Kids Learn, Chestnut Grove Academy, and Life & Lessons from a Country Road. Here’s the Share It Saturday Button for those of you who link up:
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For those who were featured, feel free to grab a button just for you:
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Share It Saturday is taking it easy for the summer, so the link up will be for an entire month (rather than a week). Be sure to come back throughout the month to see what’s been shared, and to link up your fun ideas!
Simple Art Materials for Kids
Now that you’ve got several 4th of July arts and craft project ideas in your back pocket, make sure that you’re all stocked up on some useful art supplies.
Here are a few of the materials you might use for preschool art projects (I may get commissions for purchases made through links in this post):
- Liquid watercolors
- Coffee filters
- Washi tape
- Dot markers
- Contact paper
- Construction paper
- Washable tempera paint
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