- Paint your toes like flags...and your face too, while you're at it.
- Make selzter rockets.
- Plan a future trip to Washington D.C. for their parade and fireworks. There's nothing like it.
- Check out the top fireworks in the U.S. and find fireworks in your area.
- If you can't make it to your local fireworks, catch the Boston POPS Fireworks Spectacular at 10PM on CBS. I just love how the city's church bells chime in unison during the "1812 Overture."
- Read the Declaration of Independence and other historic documents.
- Teach your kids the Pledge of Allegiance with this free printable.
- Make America a birthday cake. She'll be 231 years old!
- Or, for those of you who can eat it, check out this beautiful Patriotic Cookie Pizza.
- Make some can holders and some easy sand candles for your table.
- Let your kids make a red, white, and blue paper chain.
- Print and make a patriotic mini book.
- And don't miss the Presidential Prayer Team for Kids website.
If you still want more, check out my Flag Day for Kids post.
Modelling by Anna Kate. :^)