Toddler Party Ideas: 4th of July Decorations
Toddler Party Ideas: Patriotic Fun
Here are a few toddler party ideas for decorations. We were unable to find gift wrap so we used gift bags found at the Dollar Tree which worked out fine. The paper was a little thicker
and glossy which made these projects have a nice finished look.
TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS
While your child will not be able to do this activity without help, here are some things you can do to make this a fun learning activity.
OTHER TODDLER PARTY IDEAS
Wash a empty can without sharp edges on the top and wrap with festive paper. Line with foil and use to hold treats.
Here is a simple party idea. Cut a circle 3 inches in diameter from wrapping paper and cut a slit to the center of the circle 1.5 inches. Overlap the cut ends and tape underneath to form a cone shape. Using a skewer, poke a small hole in the top and remove. Twist a coffee stir in to place. By using a coffee stir instead of skewer it can decorate a child's drink with parental monitoring.
I bought a children's compass and we practiced making circles with it. I helped hold the point down while they turned the pencil.
In the United States Independence Day, often called the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Many people celebrate Independence Day by sending off fireworks, attending parades, having barbecues or holding picnics.
A great way to introduce an activity is to find a book about the topic.
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