Summer is coming, and when school is out: crafting sessions are IN. Entertain your kids and get them in spirit of the Fourth with these fun crafts for kids.
A painted paper plate is transformed into a really cool wind spinner with this tutorial from Hand Made Kids Art.
Teach your kids what the stars and the stripes mean with this fun popsicle stick craft from Crafty Morning.
Who would have thought that broken pieces of Q-Tips would make for the cutest firework craft project? Another craft project from A Crafty Morning.
I don’t know about you, but I have fond memories of making these in my elementary school art class! Get nostalgic and make your own with your kiddos. Find this (and tons of other great ideas!) on Kids Activities Blog.
This craft project from Quirky Inspired will have any kid feeling like they could grand marshall your hometown parade! Have them pick out their own ribbon patterns!
Are your kids going through an insane amount of popsicles? Reuse your sticks with these popsicle stick star streamers from Happiness Is Homemade.
Crafts By Amanda has the easiest paper flower tutorial, ever! You’ll want to use coffee filters, and she’ll even show you how to dye the filters!
Crafts By Amanda has another great craft idea that your kids will absolutely love! Help them channel their inner “Lady Liberty” with this fun project.
This project from Sugar Bee Crafts definitely requires some parental assistance (and guidance!) but the results can be amazing! She how she made her own plastic stars using a super simple tutorial!