July 4th activities - just print and that's it! 81 pages of no prep hands-on printable Fourth 4th of July Independence Day activities for preschool, pre-K and early Kindergarten children. Appropriate for pre-readers and writers. Click on the page title in the contents to go right to the activity.
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• July 4th songs and rhymes (3 pages)
• Math mats – count stars onto child waving flag mats
• Decorate the celebration with red, white and blue, cut out and arrange on a paper plate.
• Color by number (2)
• Connect the dots (2)
• Picture frames to decorate and add picture or photo (2)
• “Dictate and draw” story starter (1) “I like the 4th of July because…”
• Tracing pages (2)
• Follow the star maze – stamp or color the path through a background of other shapes from George Washington to the White House.
• Creative coloring pages – each page has an incidental activity to complete e.g. “Draw 1 more firework”. (6)
• Connect the matching July 4th items with a line. (1)
• Categorizing cut and paste – 3 different star designs.
• Labeling practice – 2 differentiated pages.
• 6 piece puzzles – print 2 copies. Cut up one and match to the other. (3)
• Cut and paste numbers – numerals to numerals, and numerals to dice arrays. (2)
• Set of stars 10-frame cards – 0-10 – match with children with flags
• Color the United States flag - correct number of stars and stripes
• Alphabet Upper and Lower Case Match, full alphabet (3)
• Complete the pattern cut and paste – AB, AAB, ABB (2)
• July 4th hats and crown – Statue of Liberty crown, Uncle Sam hat, July 4th crown
• Order by size – cut out pictures and sort onto a mat – big, medium, small (2)
• Size ordering - cut out 7 Uncle Sams – arrange in order from large to small, or small to large. Use to compare which is larger, smaller between 2 or 3 (2)
• Match the Number to the Set 0-1 1 – cut and paste (3)
• Color or stamp the correct number of things in the set, 1-6 (2)
• Count number of same items on the page, write number (2)
• Barbecue and food cards – Cut out the cards, match the sets of food items with the numbers on the children at the holiday barbecue.
• Pin the Sets cards –use a clothespin, or stamp or color the correct number out of 3 (3)
• Stick Puppets – print on cardstock, cut out, tape on a craft stick for a handle, 6 characters. OK, this one does require a little prep, but it’s so fun for storytelling.
• Foldable booklet to make – use with included rhyme “Our Flag”
• Emergent reader – “What Can I see on July 4th?” – 8 reader pages.
• July 4th posters to decorate and hang (2)