Beyond Fireworks: 12 Ways to Celebrate the 4th with Kids
To little ones, celebrating the 4th of July usually means one thing – fireworks! But, we know that by the time the sun goes down and the fireworks go up around 10:00 pm, they are exhausted and ready for bed. Here are 12 July 4th activities for your kids that don’t involve having cranky, overtired children on the 5th of July!
Have a sidewalk chalk party
What could be more of a 4th of July necessity than sidewalk chalk? This is great for those block parties where the kiddos have free reign in the street. Pick up a bucket of your favorite sidewalk chalk, or try your hand at making your own. Then watch as your sidewalk is transformed into a red, white, and blue color explosion.
Don’t forget to visit your local Red Tricycle Events Calendar to see what 4th of July activities are going on in your city!
Tell us – Does your family or neighborhood have any fun 4th of July traditions that are great for the smallest patriots?