4th of July Printable Pack

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I recently updated my 4th of July Printable Pack, and it is now the biggest printable pack I have created to date! I am looking forward to sharing the activities in this pack with my kids as the holiday draws a bit nearer. In the meantime, I am making it available for my readers who would love to engage their kids in some patriotic learning activities in honor of America’s Independence Day.

Note: For more 4th of July printables and other activities, see my 4th of July activities page.

4th of July Printable Pack featuring 86 patriotic learning activities for kids ages 2-7 #IndependenceDay #freeprintables || Gift of Curiosity

I love the 4th of July holiday. Growing up, my family spent many summers at a friend’s cabin celebrating the 4th of July with fireworks by the lake.  Last year, my husband and I took our kids to the lake for the 4th of July and carried on the tradition of watching fireworks by the lake.

QBoy enjoyed the fireworks and wants to go back again this year. XGirl, on the other hand, spent most of the fireworks show like this:

4th of July fireworks

Sorry for the blurry photo!

The noise and lights were all just too much for her. So this year we’ll be at home enjoying a more low key celebration for Independence Day. :-)

Part of that celebration will be learning about the reason behind the holiday. And of course, doing some of the activities in my 4th of July Printable Pack!

This pack contains 86 activities focused on skills such as shapes and sizes, colors, same vs. different, sorting/categorizing, patterning, puzzles, mazes, fine motor, math, and literacy. The activities are designed for kids ages 2-7. Several activities have multiple versions so you can tailor the difficulty of the activity to your child’s skill level.

Here is a sneak peak at the activities included in this pack:

4th of July Printable Pack featuring 86 patriotic learning activities for kids ages 2-7 #IndependenceDay #freeprintables || Gift of Curiosity

Would you like a copy of my 4th of July Printable Pack?

The 4th of July Printable Pack is only available to Gift of Curiosity email subscribers.

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For more 4th of July Printables, see my 4th of July Activities page and my 4th of July Pinterest board!

Follow Katie @ Gift of Curiosity’s board 4th of July unit ideas on Pinterest.

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Comments

  1. cut anywhere says

    Thank you again for sharing your very cute, well designed educational materials. I plan to use some this summer to get me 3 yo read to start Montessori in the fall.

  2. says

    Oh I need this. The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. We have lived in Germany since my youngest was 2 1/2. I was hoping to teach her about the 4th of July last year during our trip to Michigan. Unfortunately, the trip was cancelled due to her Leukemia and we were in the hospital. (She’s doing quite well now.)

    Anyway, in the hospital I asked her what colors were in the American Flag and she answered black, red and yellow. Oh……. she was so confused. Thank you for reminding me the 4th is coming fast and we need to make some flags.

  3. Cathan Wright says

    You do a beautiful job! Thank you for sharing all your lessons and activities. I know how much dedication it takes. Your family and children are blessed, along with the rest of us!

  4. says

    Thank you for linking up with the Hearts for Home Blog Hop last week! I wanted to let you know that I chose this post as one of my favorites and am featuring it this week.

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