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10 Fun 4th of July Activities with Kids

June 23, 2020

10 Fun 4th of July Activities with Kids

2020 has certainly had its share of challenges and like almost every other holiday this year, the 4th of July is likely to look a little different. Even with social distancing, you can still enjoy your Independence Day weekend. Here is our list of 10 fun 4th do July activities to make the day fun and engaging for the whole family.

  1. Patriotic Family Bike Ride

Is it even possible to wear too much red, white and blue on a holiday like 4th of July? Plan a bike decoration contest with the family and make a parade of you own! There are so many cost-effective options for decorations online, you really can’t go wrong with this one.  

  1. Neighborhood Baseball Game

Is your family missing sports? Get your community together for a friendly game of America’s favorite pastime to celebrate this special holiday. A friendly game of baseball is a great way to get your kids energy out while working up an appetite for those special 4th of July treats!

  1. Backyard slip-n-slide

This is the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day and all you need is a tarp, soap, and water. And don’t forget to buy some balloons for a surprise water balloon fight!

  1. Backyard BBQ

It might not look like your normal 4th of July barbecue filled with family and friends, but who doesn’t love a good barbecue?

The Bazzle Baby GoBib is perfect for easy clean-up after a messy BBQ. It folds into itself to contain all the mess in a ball and can be easily wiped cleaned or washed. This is a time to enjoy your kids and this will make cleaning a little easier!

Folding Travel Bib

  • Folds into itself for easy clean-up
  • Clips or hangs on stroller, diaper bag or lunchbox
  • Soak-proof & easy to wipe clean
  • Large pocket to catch mess
  • Machine Washable
  1. 4th of July Bingo

With plenty of free printable 4th of July bingo games to choose from, it couldn’t be easier! You can use spare change as bingo markers for an opportunity to talk about some of America’s famous faces.

  1. Write a Thank You Letter

This is an opportunity to teach your kids about Independence Day and a way to honor those who serve our country. Organizations like A Million Thanks will get the cards to the men and women actively serving overseas.

  1. Backyard movie night

There are lists of ideas and instructions to create your own movie screen for the perfect outdoor theater for the family to enjoy. Set up a blankets and a cozy setting on your lawn and relax with patriotic movies and your favorite snacks.

The Bazzle Baby GoBlanket Clip On Blanket is a super soft blanket with integrated clips so you will never have to worry about it becoming lost or dirty due to drops. Designed with a cotton designed front and a fuzzy fleece back to provide warmth and comfort for baby.

  • Features 4 integrated clips to attach to strollers, car seats and more.
  • Can also be used as a nursing cover or car seat cover.
  • Machine washable
  1. Go Berry Picking

Visit a local berry picking farm to gather ingredients to create fruity 4th of July themed deserts. An easy favorite? Bake a cake and decorate it with an American flag using the blueberries and strawberries you pick! This is a great way to enjoy the fruits of your labor (pun intended).

  1. Camp in the backyard

Is your favorite campsite closed this year? No worries, you can pitch a tent in your own backyard! Bring your favorite games and snacks and enjoy fireworks from the comfort of your home.

  1. Create patriotic sidewalk chalk art

Let the kids get creative with the red, white, and blue chalk. Get competitive with a contest for the best drawing celebrating the holiday.




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