Bring a fun twist to your next family game night by playing the game in reverse! For example, see these ideas for Apples to Apples, Battleship, Candy Land, chess, Chutes and Ladders, Guess Who, and Scrabble!
Remember the bottle-flip challenge? If you have outdoor drink holder stakes, bring back the bottle flip with a fun twist—trying to throw or flip your water bottle to land inside the drink holder! It’s a simple way to add some fun to your Fourth of July barbecue!
These three Dollar Tree DIY Fourth of July flag crafts make the perfect flag activity for kids’ (or teens’ or adults’) arts and crafts ideas! Use the Dollar Tree paper straws, construction paper, and craft sticks for easy flag crafts.
This easy Fourth of July party game printable is great for kids, teens, and adults! And there are multiple ways to play! The goal is to roll three dice and get one die to land with the red color faceup on a red stripe, one die with white faceup on a white stripe, and the third die to land blue faceup on the blue block—for red, white, and blue times two!
As part of our ongoing Family History in 15 Minutes journaling series, we make it easy to record your family’s stories in a fun way. This week, we celebrate America with our free printable journaling pages perfect for the Fourth of July.