These large letters - spelling out A-M-E-R-I-C-A - will make a real impression on display! You could hang them, peg them, tape them...
More 4th of July Printables
Here are a few more 4th of July printables - that don't fit into any of our other categories! You'll find colourful bunting and fun signs below. We hope you enjoy them.
Mix and match these blue star filled display letters spelling "America" with our other designs for a fun display for 4th of July or other patriotic occasions. You could also peg them to a line or hang them from ribbon.
Mix and match these display letters - spelling out AMERICA - with our blue star version for a fun Fourth of July or other patriotic display.
Even if you can't get to a bonfire, children can join in the celebrations with this lovely bonfire printable jigsaw, fun for Bonfire Night, Diwali or July 4th.
Sewing around the flames on our bonfire lacing card will be a challenge for children's fine motor skills but they will love the result. We think red, yellow or orange yarn would look really good.
There is a little bit of tricky cutting involved for this bonfire template, but it is worth it - it looks very recognisable! You could cut it from flame coloured paper and colour the logs brown, or just use a dark colour as a silhouette.
Our second bonfire template has a little less detail to cut out and can easily double as a campfire template.
Decorate your cupcakes ready for Presidents or Independence Day with our printable USA cupcake flags. Cut out the flags, then fold in half around a toothpick and stick in place with glue or sticky tape.
Fireworks aren't the easiest thing to provide a template for! But if you cut these shapes out of bright coloured card and paper, include a variety of sizes and perhaps even add a bit of glitter of sparkle, you can make a fantastic fireworks display!
We've designed this printable 4th of July bunting to be easy on your printer ink but still give a colourful display. Letters spell out "4th of July" and we've provided stars on blue, red stripes and rocket flags too, so that you can extend the bunting as far as you need it.
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.
Follow the steps carefully and our printable learn to draw tutorial will soon have you drawing the Statue of Liberty.
Follow along with our step by step tutorial and learn how to draw your own Uncle Sam cartoon. You can also use the last picture for ideas on colouring him in.
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.
This pdf slideshow includes six "noisy words" - Bang, Boom, Crackle, Fizz, Pop and Whoosh. We created them as words for describing fireworks, but of course they have so many more uses.
This firework rocket lacing card is a fun activity for July 4th or Bonfire Night. Older children might like to make tassels to hang at the bottom of the rocket as sparks.
Our little printable jigsaws make excellent time fillers and, because you can cut them up in advance and store them in an envelope, they are useful to have in a purse or handbag too!
Perhaps children could research the origins of Uncle Sam and use this story paper to write about the popular icon. Or perhaps they could write about their Independence Day celebrations.
There are many ways you could use this writing paper, decorated with a fun cartoon illustration of Uncle Sam. We have two versions available below.
Brighten up your home or classroom for the 4th of July or for an American topic with our United States Flag Bunting. Print then cut out each flag, then fold the top flap over some string or ribbon and glue in place. Repeat for each flag to make your bunting.
We made this USA mini flag printable so that we could cut out the flags and glue them in our homemade passports as part of a geography session. We are sure there are many other uses that you can find for these mini flags.