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The 4th of July can be a busy day and kids of all ages may need a little downtime! So, these Fourth of July coloring pages for kids are free printables and filled with Patriotic symbols to add meaning to Independence Day in the United States of America!
Coloring pages are a fun summer activity for kids and adults, plus you will be working on those fine motor skills. Keep them handy to pull out on a rainy day.
Free Printable 4th of July Coloring Pages
Our neighborhood has a 4th of July Dog Show! I can’t even…all those precious pooches dressed in their Patriotic best. I’m glad they don’t ask me to be the judge because ALL dogs are winners in my eyes.
More Fourth of July Coloring Pages To Celebrate!
Second in the lineup are these free 4th of July coloring sheets are sure to put everyone in the mood to celebrate. So find the flag blue crayons! Coloring pages are a fun addition to the festivities!
Next, we have these American Eagles, symbols of American Patriotism and the stars of these next two Fourth of July coloring sheets. Hoping you enjoy Patriotic Holidays as much as we do!
Next up are these cute Fourth of July coloring pages featuring our Grand Old Flag! Both, the heart-shaped flag and the USA shaped flag have 13 stripes!
Here are more American flag coloring pages to make your day!
The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of freedom and democracy for the USA. This monument of architecture in linear style is found in New York.
Independence Day coloring pages would not be complete without this Liberty Bell. Can you hear the fife and drum?
How to Print these Fun Coloring Pages
Download, print on regular copy paper, and let your guests color away. I usually set coloring sheets out with a variety of colored pencils, markers and pens outside on a table and also inside on a table. So, this gives everyone a chance to take a break from swimming or the heat and relax with a bit of coloring. They also will have something to take home!
- Subsequently, if it is a hot day make sure to only use colored pencils outside. Crayons will melt.
- Place a rock or heavy object on the stack of coloring pages so a gust of wind doesn’t blow them away.
- It is nice to have a place to display the coloring pages before guests take them home.
- Covering a table with white butcher paper is another fun way to provide a coloring spot at a party
More Fourth of July Fun!
What are your plans? Will you grill hot dogs and burgers? Have sparklers, balloons and fireworks? Finally, I would love to hear your family’s traditions in the comments!