Free puzzle games, stories, crafts, and printable activities for kids ages 4–12.
This year’s Independence Day celebration may look different for most of us, but you can still make it memorable. Pick up some red, white, and blue crepe paper, balloons, and other materials your kids can use to deck out their bikes, and organize a neighborhood bicycle parade. Ice pops afterward are traditional for some, but a backyard picnic is a fun idea, too—and we’ve done the planning for you. Even if you can’t enjoy a community fireworks display this year, you can spend some time outside after dark and enjoy the “sparkle” of fireflies. We hope you enjoy relaxing and simply being together on this holiday. That’s the stuff of good memories, no question. And as we celebrate our freedom this Independence Day, let’s also keep top of mind our ongoing fight against injustice and racial inequality—so we can make America truly fair and free for all.