Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Happy Birthday U.S.A.!

Every year our multicultural familia celebrates 4th of July with a BBQ at home. My husband goes all out barbecuing, and we have fun playing in the pool, and cooling off.


A fun craft to celebrate this day is of course, a simple U.S.A. flag craft. Little one has been doing some flag crafts during summer camp.  

Below you'll see two simple flag crafts: 
  1. Print & color a flag, and glue a cardboard "stick"
  2. Laminate a white sheet of paper and have your child make finger prints of the flag 

As a member of the Multicultural Kid Blogs, I am so excited to be participating in the World Cup for Kids series. Each blogger will be writing about each participating country, and we will be sharing some fun and educational resources on the U.S.A. 

Here's a list of our posts for U.S.A.:


This is our last post for the World Cup for Kids Series since U.S.A. didn't make it through to the finals. However, please do check the Multicultural Kid Blogs for the most current updates and post on each participating country. You'll find a wealth of educational information for your children. Also, if you're like me, and love Pinterest take a look a the MKB World Cup for Kids Pinterest board

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