A few days back I shared a simple American flag craft and it’s proved so popular that I thought I’d round up some more American flag crafts for kids for you – perfect if you’re celebrating the 4th of July! All of these crafts are super simple and easy for kids to make, and even more importantly they all look loads of fun. If you love 4th of July crafts for kids then make sure you check out the link at the end of this page for more of my favourite kids craft ideas for 4th of July!
This super cute 4th July craft for kids is super easy to make and looks fantastic too. What’s more this paper plate flag is made using only a few materials that you’re likely to have at home already and if not I’ve got a few suggestions for materials you could use instead. I’ve been sharing a few 4th July crafts recently for our readers in the US so make sure you check out the links at the end of this post too for more 4th of July crafts for kids and 16 more American flag crafts too!
This cute craft combines two of my favourite things to share at the moment – paper bag crafts and sea crafts for kids! What’s more this cute paper bag jellyfish is super sweet and super easy to make – oh – and did I mention that you could also use it as a puppet? And that it’s made from recyclables? Cheap, easy and cute, this jellyfish craft for kids is a winner!
Today I’m sharing my favourite 4th of July crafts for kids, perfect for getting kids excited about the celebrations! Although we live in the UK I think it’s great for kids to learn about celebrations and important days in other countries and of course I know that a lot of people who read this site are from the US so I thought it would be fun to share something for you guys. Love celebrating the 4th of July? Make sure you check out the end of this post for 17 American flag crafts for kids which they’ll love to make!
Well the craze for DIY slime still seems to be carrying on so today I’m sharing some really cool borax free slime recipes with you today – in fact all of these are taste safe or edible slimes! A lot of traditional slime recipes contain borax which the Canadian government advises against children using for crafts and making slime. I’ve previously made slime for my son using washing detergent but it’s something I wouldn’t do anymore and it’s not something I’d advise. My daughter is also one of those kids that puts everything in her mouth so making slime with glue is out of the question for us too!