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Celebrate our country's freedom with these festive and fun red, white, and blue crafts!
4th of July crafts
1. Confetti Popper

Make these fun (and safe) DIY confetti poppers to keep kids entertained during a backyard barbecue or before the local parade starts.

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2. Fireworks Painting

Replicate the festive starburst effects of fireworks on paper using liquid watercolors or food coloring.

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3. Craft Stick Flags

Use craft sticks to create these simple American flag crafts.

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4. Patriotic Lady Liberty Crown

Let your kids learn a little history as they use their crafting skills to make a glowing paper-plate holiday headdress.

Let your kids learn a little history as they use their crafting skills to make a glowing paper-plate holiday headdress.

5. Firework Straw Stamp

Bend a handful of straws to create a super-simple firework stamp.

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6. Firework Ring

Twist together a few tinsel chenille sticks to make these sparkly firework rings.

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7. Festive Wind Spinner

Cut up a paper plate to create this festive wind-spinner decoration.

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8. Parade Wands

Get ready for the parade by making these ribbon wands.

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9. Star Streamers

Glue a few craft sticks and attach ribbons or strips of tissue paper for these star-spangled decorations.

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10. Paper Plate Wreath

Turn a paper plate into a cute red, white, and blue wreath.

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Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?

Parents Talk Back
Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?
My kid is an introvert.
10% (6 votes)
My kid is an extrovert.
35% (21 votes)
My kid is mostly an introvert but sometimes behaves like an extrovert.
28% (17 votes)
My kid is an extrovert but acts like an introvert from time to time.
27% (16 votes)
Total votes: 60