Fourth of July Sensory Activity Ideas!


4th of July Bubble Sensory Table

Firework Bubbles – Simply add dawn dish soap, water, blue and red food coloring. Swirl it around and let the children have fun!

Fourth of July Sensory Bin

Color white rice with red and blue food coloring. Add red, white, and blue stars and tongs for a great small-motor sensory activity.

Open-Ended Firework Art Activity

Provide children with materials such as a dish brushes, straws bent at the angle and taped together, toilet paper tubes with the ends cut (children 3 and older can use scissors to cut this themselves), and scouring pads for children to create their own fireworks on posters, t-shirts, sidewalks (with washable paint!), or whatever else you can think of!

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