We are a very patriotic family and I thought it would be fun to pull together some of the best patriotic activities for the family to do together. These would be perfect for Memorial Day, July 4th and Veteran’s Day. Don’t forget about Flag Day, and Patriot Day!
Patriotic Activities for the Family
There is nothing more patriotic to do than to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. This printable Pledge of Allegiance will help your children understand what it means while they work to memorize it.
Our family loves patriotic music. One of our favorite collection of songs is Wee Sing Book & CD. It has so many patriotic songs that kids will just love to learn how to sing about our country, flag and message.
I thought it would be fun to share some of the best tips around the web for families to do together. Patriotic holidays are days that family should be together enjoying one another and the freedoms that our past, present and future military sacrifice to uphold for all citizens.
Raising your children to have some wonderful family memories around these patriotic days are a wonderful way to raise children who are thankful for their country and their military.
Patriotic Kids Blowers Craft Idea is a fun way to get your children creating and having fun with the patriotic colors of red, white and blue.
Bald Eagle Craft is a great way to introduce your family to our national bird.
This Patriotic Cutting Practice printable is a great way to get your younger kids involved with the crafts as well.
Your toddlers may love this Patriotic Discovery Bottle.
Have fun competing to create the best American flag with this Red, White, and Blue Homemade Play Dough.
I love reading to my children. These are some great books to read around any patriotic day that will give them a heart for their country.
I love seeing patriotic decorations. I thought it would be fun for me to share some a few of my favorite ones that I want to do with my own family.
These are just adorable!
I could so pack these for our annual picnics at the local park.
Almost every year, we go to enjoy watching outdoor concerts and fireworks on July 4th. We take a cooler full of refreshing food, and I have been so inspired by some of my finds on Pinterest that I may just go over board this year.
You just have to love these ideas!
I have some many memories of sparklers, streamers and laughter leading up to the firework for the 4th of July. It is one of my favorite memories as a children that surrounds a holiday. My dad served in the military, as did all of his brothers and his father. Patriotic holidays were important in our family, and I have made it important in my own family, as well.
Enjoy parades, concerts and fireworks, if they have them going on in your area.
My last recommendation is something that I hope you will do all year long with your family. If you come across a veteran (they often wear hats to share their service) or a solider in uniform, take a moment and thank them for their service to our country.
The recognition isn’t something that they expect but when you do it, it brings pure joy to their eyes like you wouldn’t expect to see. The one act of kindness can impact a veteran or current soliders life in a way that you don’t even understand.