One great fourth of July craft is making the American Flag out of safety pins and red white and blue small beads. Simply create the flag by matching the colors together sliding them on to the safety pins in order.
If you are dealing with kids, I think decorating anything like the American flag is a really fun activity. You could decorate red, white, and blue cupcakes or have them make their own flags on cloth with glitter and puffy paint! Make sure to have tons of American flags on display for the kids to copy off of. Have fun!
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