Easy Patriotic Strawberries Recipe for Fourth of July

Looking for an easy way to add a patriotic flair to your Memorial Day menu? This Easy Patriotic Strawberries Recipe is perfect for you! I love finding any way to show my love for what I consider that greatest country in the world, the US! This recipe takes just a few minutes to make, and is easy enough for the kids to get involved in. Let’s check out how to make it:
Patriotic Strawberries

Here is how to make my Easy Patriotic Strawberries Recipe:

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You Will Need:

  • Fresh Strawberries!
  • Vanilla Chocolate candy coating
  • Red, White, and Blue Sprinkles

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First, You will melt your chocolate. Lay out some parchment paper on a baking sheet to set your strawberries on. Wash your strawberries and one at a time dip them into your white chocolate. Make sure to let the excess drip off.

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Next, Pour your sprinkles into a bowl and while your chocolate is still melted dip your strawberries into your sprinkles and roll to coat. Place them on your parchment paper and stick them in the fridge to set.

Patriotic Strawberries

That’s it! Just a few steps and you have a wonderful patriotic treat that everyone is sure to love! My daughter loved making these with me and they tasted great!

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Fourth of July Activities for Kids

The Fourth of July is a time for fireworks, barbecues, and family fun! While adults enjoy the celebrations, it’s important to have some engaging and patriotic activities for the kids. Here are five fun activities that will make this Independence Day

Patriotic Pinwheels

Get the kids into the patriotic spirit by making colorful pinwheels!

What You’ll Need:

  • Red, white, and blue paper
  • Scissors
  • Pushpins
  • Wooden dowels or straws
  • Glue
  • Stickers and markers for decoration

Instructions:

  1. Cut the paper into squares (about 6 inches each side).
  2. Draw diagonal lines from corner to corner and cut halfway along each line.
  3. Fold every other corner into the center and secure with a pushpin.
  4. Attach the pinwheel to the top of a dowel or straw.
  5. Let the kids decorate with stickers and markers.

These pinwheels are not only fun to make but also a great way for kids to show their patriotic pride as they spin in the breeze.

Red, White, and Blue Scavenger Hunt

Organize a thrilling scavenger hunt that gets kids moving and exploring.

What You’ll Need:

  • A list of red, white, and blue items to find (e.g., a red toy, white flower, blue book)
  • Small prizes for the winners
  • Bags or baskets for collecting items

Instructions:

  1. Create a list of items for the kids to find around the house or yard.
  2. Divide the kids into teams or let them hunt individually.
  3. Set a time limit and let the scavenger hunt begin!

This activity not only keeps the kids busy but also adds an element of excitement to your Fourth of July celebration.

DIY Fireworks Paintings

Unleash your children’s inner artists with some creative fireworks paintings.

What You’ll Need:

  • Black or dark blue construction paper
  • Red, white, and blue paint
  • Plastic forks
  • Glitter (optional)

Instructions:

  1. Pour the paint onto plates.
  2. Have the kids dip the back of a plastic fork into the paint and press it onto the paper, fanning out from a central point to create a firework effect.
  3. Repeat with different colors to fill the sky with fireworks.
  4. Sprinkle glitter on the wet paint for extra sparkle.

These DIY paintings will be a colorful reminder of the fun and creativity of the day.

Star-Spangled Relay Races

Turn the backyard into an arena of fun with some patriotic relay races.

What You’ll Need:

  • Red, white, and blue bandanas or ribbons
  • Cones or markers for race lanes
  • Small American flags

Instructions:

  1. Set up a simple relay race course using cones or markers.
  2. Divide the kids into teams and give each team a bandana or ribbon.
  3. Have the kids race to a designated point, hand off the bandana or ribbon to their teammate, and run back.

For a festive twist, have the kids carry small American flags as they run. This high-energy activity is perfect for burning off some excitement before the fireworks start.

Fourth of July Bingo

Keep the kids entertained with a patriotic game of Bingo.

What You’ll Need:

  • Bingo cards with Fourth of July images (e.g., flags, fireworks, stars, hot dogs)
  • Markers or stickers
  • Small prizes for winners

Instructions:

  1. Print out Bingo cards and give one to each child.
  2. Use markers or stickers to cover the called images.
  3. Call out the images one by one, and the first child to complete a row yells “Bingo!” and wins a prize.

This game is perfect for some quiet, competitive fun while waiting for the fireworks to light up the night sky.

With these fun and engaging activities, the kids will have a blast this Fourth of July. So get ready to celebrate Independence Day with lots of laughter, joy, and patriotic spirit!

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