Are you ready for hot dogs, fireworks, and Uncle Sam? The 4th of July is right around the corner! Want to start celebrating early with your kids, or prepare for the 4th celebrations with fun kid’s activities for your 4th of July barbecues?
If so, you’re in the right place. Don’t waste your time scrolling through Pinterest for free July 4th printables. We’ve got all those resources compiled right here for you!
Take a look at this list of free printables, photos, and other activities to get your kids in the holiday spirit.
Free July 4th Printables
If you’re planning a 4th of July party or just want some printables to decorate your home or celebrate with family, we’ve got plenty of options.
The Party Teacher
The Party Teacher site has decorative printables, printable cupcake flags, sparkler holders that you can personalize, and even water bottle labels. Take a look at her free printables and check back every week for “Freebie Friday.”
Yellow Bliss Road
Yellow Bliss Road is your go-to for 4th of July party items. Her Independence Day freebies include utensil holders and 4th of July trivia cards. Print them out for a fun game for your family or your friends at your next 4th of July bash.
The Inspiration Board
Want to set up a 4th of July photo booth? Check out The Inspiration Board for free printable props and backgrounds. Even better: these can double as Memorial Day photo booth props too!
Somewhat Simple has pulled together printables, decor, and party ideas from all over the Internet. Check out her list for some additional July 4th ideas.
Free 4th of July Activities and Coloring Pages
There’s lots of resources out there for the kids. Even if you don’t have any 4th of July parties or picnics planned, you can have a low key celebration at home with family and even teach your kids a thing or two about Independence Day.
Mom Junction might be the best site on the internet for free printable coloring sheets. You can find coloring pages for any holiday you can think of and coloring pages for pretty much any animal, object, human, or character you can imagine, including 35 free 4th of July coloring sheets.
If you want to incorporate some educational activities, Education.com has free worksheets for kids of every age. From 4th of July math to firework chemistry to learning to trace a star, you’ll be able to find something for everyone on this site.
4th of July Crafts
If you want to do some easy (and some not-so-easy) crafts to celebrate the 4th, The Spruce has a list of fun things you can do with your kids. From slime to cupcake liner fireworks to patriotic bingo, you can find something for kids of all ages to do to celebrate.
4th of July Games
No matter the age of your guests, from your grandma to your toddler nephew, Reader’s Digest has plenty of different 4th of July games you can easily set up. From patriotic cornhole to 4th of July bingo, to Pin the Hat on Uncle Sam, there are fun games for all.
Websites With Free 4th of July Stock Photos
Need a stock photo or two for your 4th of July party invitation or flier? Don’t spend money on a subscription to a photo website; instead, use these sites for free stock photo images.
Clipart Library has about 50 4th of July clip art images that you can download to use on your various party items. The images are pretty basic, but there’s a decent selection if you need a quick clipart image.
If you want more of a 4th of July picture that’s larger than clip art, D Greetings has you covered. They have full-size pictures you could print out, use as a screen saver, or as a background for an invitation or sign.
Webweaver’s Free Clipart
This site has several pages of free clipart images. There are funny ones, more serious ones, and the traditional fireworks and American flags.
Vintage 4th of July Images
If you want something a little different, Vintage Holiday Crafts has a selection of vintage 4th of July photos, complete with Betsy Ross, Uncle Sam, and Union soldiers. They have vintage art for lots of other holidays as well.
This site has 258 different clipart images, borders, lines, and backgrounds all available for free. You can find the same for almost every other holiday as well.
If you want animated gifs or clipart, check out fg-a.com. There’s an extensive selection of animated gifs and clip art you could use as screen savers, in emails, or other electronic formats.
If it’s authentic photos of real fireworks you want, look no further than Pixabay. There are 600+ different images of fireworks and modern 4th of July photos, all for free.
Unsplash.com also has hundreds of clear, modern 4th of July photos that you can use for free. From kids to fireworks to hot dogs to parades, you can find what you need on this site for sure.
Get Ready for Independence Day
The 4th of July is going to be here before you know it, so why not get ready early? OUr collection of July 4th printables, free activities and crafts, and more clip art and photos than you could ever use should be a great start for you to start planning your 4th festivities.
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