Whether you are going to an Independence Day parade, having a picnic with family and friends, or watching fireworks, the 4th of July is full of fun, outdoor activities for kids. It is also the perfect time of the year to introduce your children to holiday-themed sensory activities. These 4th of July Sensory Activities will give your children the chance to play outdoors, explore, and learn new things. From playing with water and ice to watching a watermelon erupt, your children are sure to enjoy these red, white, and blue outdoor play ideas.
» This Red, White and Blue Water Sensory Bin by Simple Fun for Kids is such a fun way for babies and toddlers to explore water.
» The Jenny Revolution shares several Heat Wave Ice and Water Sensory Play ideas including a creative 4th of July Ice and Water Sensory Play activity with star shaped ice cubes.
» This Frozen Stars Baking Soda Summer Science experiment by Learning Through Playing is an inventive and educational sensory activity.
» Playground Parkbench shares an artistic July 4th Sensory Play With Ice activity that is perfect for a hot, summer day.
» This Watermelon Volcano Activity and Science Experiment by Learning Through Playing is an inventive, visual sensory activity that your children are sure to love.
These 4th of July Sensory Activities are fun, outdoor play ideas that will let your children experiment and discover new things.
This is Day 4 of our 31 Days of Outdoor Play challenge. To read all of the posts visit the Overview Page to see the outline for the whole series.