4th of July

For kids, July 4th is a fun-filled day of red, white, and blue. See a parade, enjoy classic picnic foods, and be sure to plan to stay up late for fireworks. Here are tips and ideas to make this holiday fun and safe for everyone.

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Celebrate Freedom!

This 4th of July, bring out the patriotic spirit in your child with our fun and simple printables.

Stars and Stripes

Color the U.S. Flag white for purity and innocence, red for hardiness and valor, and blue for vigilance, perseverance, and justice. (Or whatever colors your kid's creative mind decides!)

More and More Flags

Need a way to keep kids busy as you prep for your Memorial Day or Fourth of July bash? Print out these flags for them to personalize and color.

7 Ways to Safely Celebrate July Fourth at Home With Kids

Social distancing will have everyone celebrating at home this Fourth of July so fireworks safety is more important than ever. Learn how to protect your family, plus discover alternate ways to have fun without fireworks.

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4th of July Dessert Recipes

Take the liberty of chilling out this Fourth of July with one of these red, white and blue treats.

Mom Is Warning Parents About Firework Dangers After Her Baby Suffered a Scary Injury

The baby girl was just one month old when she was injured by a firework at a block party in Brooklyn.