Great Ways to Celebrate The 4th of July Independence Day at Family Fun Friday

Independence day is one important holiday to celebrate in any country in the world. 4th of July is celebrated in the USA with various ways.

Independence day is one important holiday to celebrate in any country in the world. It is just merely a celebration with parties. 4th of July is celebrated to commemorate the price of being independence in the USA. I know that 4th of July has great value for the people in the USA. Therefore, we are happy to see how they celebrate the date yearly.

We are not people of the USA, but we give respect a lot to the independence day of other countries. They have great value to all people of the countries. Children from the very young ages should be introduced to their independence day as well.

  1. It will give more nationalism to their spirit. They will learn the great price a country needs to pay to be independent. Thus, they will know how to use recent freedom to do their best.
  2. Children will love their country and later will do the best to defend it.

The celebration of independence day dan be done several ways with flag colors and other symbols:

  1. ​Food and drink
  2. Arts
  3. Ceremony
  4. Festivals and competitions
  5. Clothes
  6. Decoration
  7. Tematic Lessons
  8. Watching the related movies
  9. Singing Folk Songs and National Anthem
  10. Visiting The Veterans or burial graves of the national heroes.

Even, you don't need to wait until the Independence Day is coming, but you can also build nationalism with some real life consistent activities.

Building Nationalism in Homeschooling With Real Civics

Today, I am very happy to share with you some wonderful tips and lists of 4th of July Independence Day from some blog posts in Family Fun Friday link up party I love.

If you are new to Family Fun Friday, let me explain. Each week my friends, Monica, Adrian, Herschel and I throw this link party. We invite other bloggers to our blogs to share their best family friendly posts. These are some wonderful articles from around the web in the following categories: Encouraging Posts for Moms, Recipes, Family Fun, Craft and Homeschooling. We then pick our favorites and feature them during the next week’s link party. Take a look around and visit some of our awesome blogging friends.

If you are looking for the best tips, links, resources, freebies and more – you’ve come to the right place! Family Fun Friday is all about connecting as a family. We feature great ideas for family fun, and things to help moms get things done so they have more time to spend doing what they love to do – be with family! Welcome to our community!

Great Ways to Celebrate The 4th of July Independence Day at Family Fun Friday

From last week, I would like to feature these posts:

Great Ways to Celebrate The 4th of July Independence Day at Family Fun Friday

  1. Fun 4th of July Craft for Kids and Parents, too! at The Real Thing with The Coke Family.
    The stars look very cute and brave. I like the glittering effects which are mixed up with the hot glue. It will make wonderful decoration for the independence day. Happy Independence Day!
  2. Free 4th of July Learning Pack for Tots and Pre K at Tot Schooling.
    Introducing kids to the independence day will be much easier with the Independence day thematic activities. It is very important to build up their nationalism in the beginning. Thank you for wonderful printables.
  3. Patriotic Chocolate Chip Cookies at Kleinworth & Co.
    Gorgeous! Even I can make it into our red and white in our country’s independence day. The cookies are very tempting. It also only take an hour to make. I cannot wait to try making it with children.
  4. FREE: Patriotic 3rd-5th Fun Pack from Year Round Homeschooling
    A great pack of printables for children to celebrate the Independence Day. I agree with you that it is not only just a celebration, but the meaning behind it is very important to understand.
  5. Patriotic Star Wreath at Crafty Journal
    What a very simple, but lovely craft work. I can change it into other holiday and seasonal colors as well.
  6. 30 July 4th Activity Links and AKGVH Vintage FREE Printables for Your Classroom at A Kindergarten Vintage Homeschool
    Yay… A fabulous round up for the 4th of July. Love the vintages as well. They added the atmosphere better.

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Happy and Blessed Home
Monica created Family Fun Friday and blogs at HappyandBlessedHome.comwhere she shares, easy recipes, free preschool tools and printables, encouraging words for moms, and ideas for having fun together as a family. Follow: Blog / Facebook /Pinterest / Twitter /Google + /Bloglovin’/Instagram. Monica will round-up all the Family Fun Friday posts.

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Herchel enjoys blogging about parenting, organizing, crafting, and having good old-fashioned kid fun on her blog Gym, Craft, Laundry. Follow: Blog /Facebook/Pinterest / Twitter /Google +. Herchel will feature crafts and family fun.

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Adrian blogs at She blogs about parenting teenagers, organizing, personal finance tips, and ideas on using Pinterest effectively. /, and Adrian will feature organizing and tips on saving money.

Adelien Tan
Blessed Learners

Adelien Tan is a mother of three awesome boys and a wife of a great husband. English is her foreign language, but She tries to use it in blogging. You might visit her in Blessed Learners where she shares some thought, experience, and information about homeschooling, family, parenting, blogging, and personal growth.
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Thanks to all my blogging friends for linking up last week at Family Fun Friday. So many great ideas, crafts and things to do! If you link up, you permit me to use your pictures/ideas as part of future posts and/or social media. Now on to some fabulous posts for moms. Thanks again for all your wonderful ideas! I hope these Family Friendly and Fun ideas inspire you.

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