I love the Fourth of July! There are quite a few patriotic printables below, and the page is slowly growing. Enjoy!
Instructions for Printing
• Print options: regular paper works, but you can also use card stock or glossy photo paper. It will depend on the printable. For Bingo cards, for example, I suggest card stock for sturdy cards. But for coloring pages, regular paper will work fine!
• All of the files are in pdf below. Just hit the “download” button (or pink word “download,” depending upon browser).
• The default size of these is full-page. However, if you want smaller, simply reduce the print size. If you’re not sure on how much to reduce, check out my post “How to Resize Printables to Fit Your Planner.”
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“Patriotic Bingo” is probably my favorite printable to date. I love it! Though I admit re-arranging the spots on each Bingo card took awhile. A very long while.
Below (in the pdf file) are 14 different cards as well as a page that includes the little cards that you draw out of a bowl.
July 4th Scavenger Hunts
I have three different free printable 4th of July scavenger hunts below.
- Two are a “find this” hunt, such as find “a flag,” “red car,” etc.
- The third is a “how many can you find” hunt. You can use this for older kids. Or if you have a bunch of kids you need to keep busy, you can give out prizes to the person who gets the highest total!
July 4th Favor Tags
Free printable favor tags. There are 6 different designs.
Most commonly used to tie on favor bags- I have blank ones if you want to write people’s names (to make sure some sneaky kid doesn’t wander off with two…haha) or label food. I often use it to label food on a display or buffet.
You can also use them to label food and/or drinks.
Or you can glue to ribbon with about 2″ in between each tag, and use various ones to decorate around a table.
July 4th Coloring Pages
July 4th Wall ARt
This is definitely my favorite of the batch! I wasn’t sure when I was putting it together, but printed it looked fabulous. Plus I thought the double use of “liberty” was pretty cute.
The brightest of the bunch! I can’t decide which looks better- the cupcakes or the ice cream. What do you think?