Fourth of July Crafts For Preschool

Make some fun Fourth of July crafts for preschool by making a noisemaker from cardboard tubes and dry beans. They are a great addition to any Fourth of July party.

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You’ll Need

* Cardboard Tube (from a roll of paper towels)
* Paint in red white and blue
* Glue
* 2 small clear plastic cups
* Dry beans
* Stickers (optional)

Directions:

Paint the cardboard tube in red white and blue and allow the paint to dry completely.

Glue one of the plastic cups on one end of the cardboard tube. Fill it with dry beans, then glue the other side on.

You can decorate your noise maker with some star or flag stickers.

More Fourth Of July Crafts For Preschool

Fourth Of July T-Shirt
Use Red, and Blue Fabric paint and let the kids make handprints on a white T-shirt

Placemat
Use Red, White and Blue Construction Paper to make a Placemat. Decorate the blue square with white stars, then cover the placemat in laminate.

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