Here's something a bit different for decorating your homes or classrooms this 4th of July! Print out all the letters of this colouring bunting - reading "Happy 4th of July" on both sides - and as many extra stars and stripes pages as you want.
Fourth of July Colouring Pages
Independence day is all about red, white and blue, the Stars and Stripes, patriotism, history, pride and parties! However you celebrate, we've tried to supply Fourth of July colouring pages that you will enjoy with your kids...
What sort of colours do you think represent sounds that the word "bang" makes? This is a fun colouring exercise for onomatopoeic word.
Boom is a wonderful onomatopoeic word, and the kids can really have fun colouring it in to make the page as boom-like as possible!
What colours do you think the word "crackle" sounds like? Colour in this word art colouring page to match the sound…
This lovely colouring page of a fireworks display lighting up the sky has so much detail to colour in, making it perfect for older kids and also suitable for adults. When the colouring is done why not add a touch of glitter or some sequins for added sparkle!
Will your child colour this word art colouring page to match the fizz sound drinks can makes when you open it, or the fizz of a firework in the sky? They can get really creative with their colours!
This incredibly detailed colouring page for older children features lots of children dressed up for Fourth of July. Can you spot 'Uncle Sam' and his fake beards?
What a lovely momento these would make of a special day. Our Fourth of July doodle colouring bookmarks will keep older children (and adults) busy for ages as they contain so much detail.
These friends are enjoying some Fourth of July fireworks in this detailed colouring page for older children. Click the link below to download a high quality pdf version.
Three young friends are enjoying some Fourth of July fireworks in this pretty colouring page for younger children. Click the link below to download a high quality pdf version.
Here come the band marching at the front of the Fourth of July parade. This colouring page is full of details, fun for older children.
Two children play with sparklers against a backdrop of fireworks dressed in patriotic clothing in this 4th of July colouring page.
A committee to design the Great Seal of the USA was set up on July 4th 1776, the day America declared its independence. Make sure you use the right colours on our Great Seal of the US Colouring Page, it would make a perfect project cover.
Here's a fun way to keep the kids occupied on 4th July, before during or after they eat! Print the placemat and trim off the edges, then colour in. Of course you can use it like a normal colouring page, too.
Print out a stack of these colouring pages to use as placemats during your 4th of July picnics, and provide lots of red and blue crayons! Of course you can use them as a regular colouring page, too. We have a poster version here.
The Liberty Bell is a symbol of US independence. Here is a printable colouring page so you can colour the bell for Fourth of July or a US history project.
We have colour and black and white versions of this fun picture gallery printable, which your children can fill up with drawings (or photos) of their 4th of July celebrations.
Capture your Independence Day celebrations with one of our picture gallery printables! Choose from colour and black and white, choose the best moments - or perhaps all the people who took part in your festivities - and get your children to draw them or stick pictures in.
The hero of Henry Longfellow's poem "Paul Revere's Ride", in 1775 Paul Revere famously rode through the night to warn that the British were coming. Here is a colouring page of that famous ride.
What does the word POP look like in colour? Here is a fun way to find out. Whichever colours you choose, make sure that the word pops out of the page!
Get out your red, white and blue crayons and colour this Stars and Stripes colouring page to celebrate Fourth of July or at anytime you are celebrating and learning about the USA.
The second of our Statue of Liberty colouring pages features a simple cartoon image making it perfect for younger children.
Colour in this fun cartoon picture of Uncle Same - make sure to colour his pants (trousers) with red and white stripes!