Fourth of July is a national holiday also known as Independence Day. It is considered America’s birthday. On July 4th 1776 the Declaration of Independence was adopted and the original 13 colonies were no longer under the rule of Great Britain. Today Americans celebrate that great day with parades, hot dogs, hamburgers, and fireworks of course! You can celebrate 4th of July with us reading fun stories, watching fun and interesting video, singing along and doing some patriotic coloring pages!
READ ALOUD: My Fourth of July by Jerry Spinelli. Also, check out Hoopla and Tumble Book Library on the Library's website for other books to enjoy.
ACTIVITY: Star Spangled Banner national anthem - by Kiboomers. Watch and sing along!
COLORING SHEET: Print the attachment and decorate with crayons, paint, stickers or whatever inspires you!
Visit the library website calendar for more activities this week.